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Cody Thompson is a former professional basketball player who was born in Canada and now lives in California.
His name is Cody Thompson, but his real name is Daniel L. Hargett.
His parents are both lawyers, so Cody and Daniel are siblings.
Cody was adopted by an adoptive family who had been in the foster care system for years and had been placed in a home with a foster mother who had a history of domestic violence.
They moved into the foster home because it was cheaper and they were close.
It was a safe place for Cody, but the foster mom was not.
He was placed with a woman who had mental illness, and she was a repeat offender.
They had sex with Cody, and he developed PTSD from it.
He spent six months in the facility, and his mother, a stay-at-home mom who also had mental health issues, found him and took him to an adoption agency.
That agency was a friend of the family who offered Cody a spot at the agency, but it didn’t have the same resources as the foster mother.
The agency had only a few hundred dollars to spend, and Cody’s mother was unable to afford the additional expenses.
She ended up leaving him in a motel room in San Jose for four days.
He had PTSD, and the hospital bill was $6,500, not $12,000.
When he got out of the motel, the staff was trying to help him.
He went to the agency to get his paperwork, but he wasn’t allowed to go outside.
He got a call from the agency’s manager and asked what he needed, and they said, “Just bring your ID.”
So Cody took his ID, and when he got to the office he found the manager who told him he had to sign a waiver.
That was the last time he saw his mother or anyone in his life, so he was homeless and he had no money to survive.
He tried to go back to Canada, but that didn’t work either.
He ended up staying with a friend in San Francisco.
He took the shelter there and was in shelters for four years.
The shelter was very poor, and there was a lot of abuse there.
He eventually made it to a shelter, where he was accepted.
He moved back to California, where his mother and a few other relatives lived.
They were able to help, and in 2011, Cody went to a new shelter, but Cody’s foster mother had been living with a mental health professional, so she wasn’t able to provide services for Cody.
She had a restraining order against him, and that was the only reason he stayed at the shelter.
Cody didn’t get a chance to meet his foster mother because he got kicked out, and it took him five years to get back in the house.
His mother told him she would never let him live in her home again.
He started looking for a place to live with his family, and as soon as he was done looking, he went into the streets to find them.
He told his aunt he had been to San Francisco a few times, but she told him to call his mother.
He said he would call her when he could, and then he called her.
He didn’t find his mother until the next day.
He asked her where he could go, and her answer was, “In the alley.”
She told him there was no place to go because it wasn’t safe.
He knew that she was going to take him there anyway, so instead of getting a place in a shelter or a motel, he found a homeless encampment.
He slept there for a couple of weeks, and one night he woke up in a dumpster and ran to the alley, yelling, “I need help!”
So he started walking towards the dumpster.
When Cody reached it, he saw a woman, a woman he had never seen before, sitting in the dumpsters with her hands over her eyes.
She was crying, and for the first time, he understood her trauma.
She said that her foster mother beat her every day for months.
She told Cody, “You know, my foster mom would beat me every day.
I had nightmares about him every night.
I don’t know why she would do this, but I’m not going to let her get away with it.”
That woman said, that’s why she had a bad relationship with her mother.
She wanted her to leave, but her foster mom told her, “If you go back, you’re not going back.
You’ll end up here.”
So that woman said to Cody, you don’t have to leave me.
She’s going to be your mother, and you’ll go to your mother.
So he went to see his mother for the very first time.
He sat down, and now he knew why he had a relationship with his mother: He loved her, and what he loved was