Bureau of Justice, in 2009 more than 2.3 million people were incarcerated and 90% will be released one day.
Recidivism is greatly reduced when an ex-offender has support from family or friends, to return to after incarceration.
By: Matthew Walker, Contributing Writer So you’re looking for love?
How might you manage if there is a change in their release date? This doesn’t mean they’re likely to do that crime again. A robber, drug dealer, person who has assaulted, sexually offended, or taken another’s life, who has gone unchanged, is for sure a poor choice. I’m sure these aren’t your thoughts, but I’ve heard stranger. Remember, you may start your search for a loved one in , but ideally you want them to come home and stay home. If they can’t make time for work in here, where skills are of no real consequence, what will they do out there?
The more you know up front, the better prepared you will be. What it does mean is that that’s part of their history. Know what they are doing to change, to better themselves. Some may find having a partner in such a limited capacity a plus. Others may want someone weeks from returning to society. Or, find a person who’ll fall in love with you, get out and help raise your kids? Whatever your expectations, be realistic with them. If they’re in prison for assault and going to seg for fighting frequently, that’s a clue. If their time is spent watching all the TV series and talk shows, if they play cards all day, then what aspirations do they have?
They can empathize with difficulties as they arise and can be leaned on for advice, especially regarding the lopsided, seemingly one-way aspects that come up. and their first day out they want to go drinking, maybe that’s a head’s up. Perhaps some aren’t allowed to work elsewhere, but here all are.
Though you may receive a surprise bouquet of flowers (more likely a card from canteen), can you accept you’ll definitely not be getting breakfast in bed on your birthday? Can you cope with limited contact and other difficulties? If they’ve remained unchanged, they may still carry traits you don’t want in a partner. If they’re reckless in here, without a concern for their losses (meager as they may be) what might they sacrifice out there? If the person you meet doesn’t work or go to school while they are in prison, what do you think they’ll do when free? In here, there is time, more time and then extra time to do most of what you want to do.
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