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Subject: Relationship issues

There are two types of men. Men that cheat and men that don't. If the relationship has run it's course as he headed into prison, being apart isn't going to make it better, even if you are loyal, send him money, spend time on the phone, go to visitation, do the little things that probably are rule-breakers to make him happy... But if the guy was loyal to you going in, he'll appreciate you even more when he gets out

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Subject: Relationship issues

You can call the facility and ask them. They are not supposed to share anything about the inmate's actions inside the facility, including their cellie. If you get one that you can get to know (a counselor or unit secretary), you might talk them into giving little tidbits about the inmate, but it's a rule-breaker if they do. Most state prisons have 2-3 people per cell. If you get lucky enough not to have a roommate, then that wouldn't be

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Subject: Relationship issues

Inmate's privacy is protected just like yours. You shouldn't be able to get any personal information. If you call his couselor and talk with a humble tone, you might get a little information out of them like the infraction-thing. The counselors want the inmates to succeed. If you are interested in his rehabiliation and take an interest, you might get a willing participant.

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Subject: Relationship issues

Not going to happen. There are only 3-4 state prisons that even offer conjugal visits anymore.

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Subject: Relationship issues

Maybe. Inmates are surviving their bid anyway they can. If their family disowns them as happens quite often, an inmate will turn to new companionship. Is it going last beyond the bid? Most times it will not. We are not clairvoyant so don't take these words as gospel. But what i've seen with my own eyes is that these deals don't end well for the girl that waited (in most cases)

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Subject: Relationship issues

You know the answer is the same answer it would be if the man you are living with wants to write a female inmate he used to mess with. That being said, we do not know how deep your feelings are/were and what your reason for writing truly is. If you just want to make them feel good and send them some things to read, maybe some pictures, then you know what you are doing... Keep us in the loop as

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Subject: Relationship issues

We cannot say that all male inmates lie to their significant other because there are some men that still value the family and monogomy. That is two-way street by the way. Inmates are unable to control their life any longer, they cannot control their family situation in any way but on the phone, in writing or at visitation. That loss of control leads to paranoia. Their woman is out on the street, alone and no one is checking her. So,

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Subject: Relationship issues

We have no way of knowing what the future holds if you ever see him again. Maybe you should seek some protective measures like moving across the county and starting over -separating yourself from the situation. It is not worth finding out that what your are afraid of could come to fruition you ever have that encounter. Please be careful.

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Subject: Relationship issues

What exactly are you asking? Will he hurt you emotionally or hurt you physically? If we are talking emotional like,is he going to leave me when he gets out? There is a lot I can share on this subject if you write back. You know this person better than anyone. What signs are even causing you to ask. If we are talking physical, then the advice would be to seek shelter with someone you can trust, try to find

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