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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 asRead more
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,Read more
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.Read more
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 findRead more
There is no way to find out. The inmate's privacy is maintained in the strictest of confidence. You cannot get a health update, find out who is visiting, who they are calling, writing or getting money from.Read more
The prison system never wants to get in the middle of the flow of mail from the US Postal Service. Inmate mail is considered sacred, the facility wants the inmates connected in some way to a loved one or more on the outside - postal mail is the most reliable and least expensive. They are more likely to be good inmates, quietly do their time and not come back. That is why they encourage and promote the flow of mail. EvenRead more
No. The inmates are entitled to privacy in prison too. If you think he is calling someone, you know him better than anyone, he probably is.Read more
Respect and disrespect are personal issues. Some people would find things wrong that others do not. Would you like it if they did it to you? Society judges too harshly sometimes anyway.Read more
There is no way to find out, the information even for inmates is completely private. Only the inmate and the administration knows who sends money, sends mail, phone call list and visitation list.Read more
Very few relationships make it past 18 months to be totally honest. There are inmates whose girlfriends came to visitation every week, talked on the phone every day, the girlfriend sent money, magazines, books, and the minute they got out they ran, ran, ran. Not sure what the deal is there, but for some reason most ex-inmates have zero loyalty. They get out and just don't want to be tied down to anything. We are not trying to upset youRead more