Sex and money have potential be the most destructive aspects in our lives. It’s easy to tell ourselves “that could never be me” but if devastation strikes, how do we handle the pressure and recover from the horrifying effects; a reputation of disgrace, a hard earned career crumbled right before you, lost marriage and a future that appears to be doomed forever. Former army Senior Drill Sergeant, Tony D. Cross, an accused in the 1996 Aberdeen army sex scandal, can tell us what it’s like to live that experience and how he picked up the pieces and pulled his life back together.
To gain a greater appreciation for the interview, read his book Guilt by Proximity, it’s not just any story, it’s his life.
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