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Belief Matters to Edward Henry

A heart-wrenching then a heartwarming story that proves that regardless of circumstances there can be a better life if people believe in you and teach you to believe in yourself.

Edward Henry and his brothers and sister wanted and deserved what every child should have. A happy and stable home. Instead, they had a raging alcoholic for a father and when Edward was seven, his mother brought a new man into their world. He was physically abusive and incapable of holding a job. Edward and his siblings moved 23 times including at one point finding themselves at the Community Kensington Homeless Shelter. At age eleven his Mom dropped her children off at her aunt’s house, saying she was going to run errands. They didn’t hear from her for six months.

From 11 to 13, Edward and his brothers moved back with his father and inherited all the pain and trauma that comes with living with a parent who is a severe alcoholic. Edward was sexually abused by a friend of his father. This abuse and his life unleashed a rage in Edward and he fed it by his own abuse of alcohol leading to three DUI’s, several injuries and a severe car crash.

Edward met two people who changed his life. Edward stopped drinking at age 23, fell in love, and today is a wonderful husband and father, and a successful entrepreneur. His business, Edward Henry and Co, (EHCO) is a full-service professional sales training and business development company.


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