At home, we never used silverware or dishes, only plastic forks and paper plates. I was just hungry — hungry for someone to care for me because I was a child and I yearned to be cared for. It was the subway, a latchkey, total independence and self-reliance for survival. After my third-grade year, my dad landed a life-changing job in Manhattan. Dawn Lerman is a New York-based health and nutrition consultant and founder of Magnificent Mommies , which provides school lectures, cooking classes and workshops. Her series on growing up with a fat father will appear on occasional Fridays on Well in June and July. Leaving my grandmother was far scarier than the move to New York City. In this new city, I felt extremely alone and lost, and I missed my grandmother terribly. It is where my tears were dried.
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