Was it because of the violence and pain of being bullied by an older brother for most of his life, a brother who sensed and feared and hated the fact that his kid brother was gay? Or
Was it because he was the youngest son of a mother who adored and loved him so much she raised, guided, and influenced him to the point that he acted and tried to be the person she wanted him to be rather than himself?
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In talking about his book, Patrick, who was raised in a devout Irish-Italian Roman Catholic family, said, “Maybe too often in life the person we were raised to be---raised by our parents, brothers and sisters, school, church, life itself---is not the person we are. I lived my life to please others---others---
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