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The Nadia Sahari Show

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There is a lot to be told about my life and how it came to be. This is a short bio to define whom I was to who I am today. My name is Dahveeb Alvarado Perez and I was born on April 12th 1988 in redondo beach California.
 At age 7 my father's job moved my brothers and I to north California Sacramento. Growing up I believed my life would turn out great being born half Spanish and half Lebanese, that is till my birth mother took place in it.
Before my mother entered into my life I was peaceful and humble. There was no drama of any sort until my mother resented me and hated the fact that I was born. I began to see my mother for who she was when she began to tell me how much she hated me all of the time. I never understood why she never wanted me around or would want to share the love she gave to my brothers with me. It never dawned on me until my mom announced at my fourteenth birthday dinner that she had an affair with another man and the man I was raised by was not my biological father. In total shock, I asked my father later on that evening if we could get a blood test to prove it wasn't true. After receiving the results my world came to a holt when I found out the man who raised my brothers and me wasn't our biological father.
 After accepting the news it was the worst feeling in the world that I believed that my life wouldn't get any worst. To know he took me in as one of his own made me realize that I was blessed to have a parental adult like him that no matter what he'd always be there for me regardless of any case.  Going back to my  relationship with my mother , she gave me to a family in Mexico to get rid of her mistake. My father had to hire private detectives to locate my where abouts and return me back home. So much more I will reveal on the radio show.
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