From Huffington Post
For Dwyane Wade, neither love nor life beyond Chicago nor even a career in the National Basketball Association was certain. But one thing was, according to his new book, “A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball” – being a good father.
“Given my history and the examples set for me, my sense of responsibility as a parent and spouse was already well developed,” Wade writes in one introspective passage of the book, which candidly details both his rise to the NBA and the long legal battlewith his former wife, in which he ultimately gained full custody of his two sons.
For Wade, breaking the cycle of “babies having babies” — one that he says ran in his family and his community — was at first a priority and then a challenge to be the best full-time dad he can be and to get out the word to other men about how they can do it too.
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