- Come on in.So this is the dad?
- This is the dad.- This is me, yeah.
- This is me?- [laughs]
- So, I mean,talk to me a little bit
about how come you want to havea session with your dad.
- Dad wants to move out,but I need to make sure
that his sobriety is notat risk when I do that.
- I'm--I pretty much gotthat under control, I believe.
- So what was it for you?I'm kind of curious.
What was your turning point?
- When I got arrestedthat September 8, 2011,
I sat in that bullpen,
and I said,"This is--it's over with.
It's done. No more."
- There's probably,like, things
that you've shar--like,memories, even,
that you've sharedwith Tyler and things like that
that you might have possiblybeen told when you were,
you know, usingthat you're learning
for the first time sober.
- I didn't know he didn't know,but I could have swore
he knew about my attemptedsuicide when I was 11.
- I--no idea.
- What did you thinkwhen you heard that?
- It's crazy.
- It's--it's just--it's hard to process.
I mean, it's--
I just wasn't there.
I wasn't there for him,
and I take full responsibilityfor that, and I'm sorry,
but you got to understandI have empathy now.
I learned empathy
for some--I don't knowwhere it came from.
I don't compareno more, so--
but I did that for a long time,so, you know.
You guys had it made.Ma took care of you.
Man, you guys had it--you didn'tget beat like I did,
hanging upside downwith your--
Man,hanging onto your ankles
and welts all over your bodyfrom neck to ankles.
You guys' life was a whole lotbetter than mine.
And I wet the bed.I wet the bed every night.
He said he wouldbeat me if I--
"That bed's wet tomorrow,I'm beating your ass, period."
And I would layin my bed at night
after getting a beating,
after thinkingabout killing this man,
said the only onethat loves me is my mother,
and I don't evenknow who she is.
I know she loves me.
Last memory with her was--
I was three years old.