Edin and Nelson's Doing the Best I Can is packed with poignant stories, but here's the one that almost made me cry....Ritchie Weber knows what it is like to hit rock bottom. Just two years ago he was spending nights huddled in a slide in Tacony Park on Torresdale Avenue... Heroin and child support consumed nearly all of his earnings - he had to scrounge dumpsters for food... but no matter how bad it got, he never missed a day of work. And he didn't let a week go by without seeing his nine-year-old boy.How Ritchie turned his life around, at least for the time being:"It was a time in my life when drugs were so important to me that that is all I concerned myself about..." But even then Ritchie kept
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