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No, unfortunately, there are very few prisons that allow for conjugal visits anymore.Read more
You know this question could be answered either way. "Yes, he might be", or "no he really cares". Let's assume he likes talking with you and seeing you at the visitation. He likes that you are showing him attention. There is a chance that this relationship can grow beyond where it would have if he was out. Maybe you get to know each other better and he becomes more into you. Life is too short, you have to let this playRead more
Sometimes the CO that is requesting him to visitation will tell them who is there to visit (especially if he asks). If he doesn't want to visit, maybe you should write to him first to smooth things out before you visit.Read more
Interesting question. When I went into federal prison, I was also 46 and was looking at 8 years. I'd never been locked up before and I was very depressed. The first couple of months were the hardest. To me, prison is like the movie Groundhog Day, where every day you wake up and it's the same as the day before. You have to figure out how to get into a routine so that the days will pass. My wife visited me asRead more
Condoms are not on the Commissary List. But, condoms are somehow smuggled in and are available for purchase, but we have no idea what they might cost.Read more
Send it to them and see what happens. Doing nothing will yield... nothingRead more
The only way to find out is by asking your fiance. The inmate's privacy is protected. There is no disclosing how much money is on their books, how much phone time they've used, who is putting money on their books, who they are talking to, or who are visiting.Read more
It is true that an inmate may file for divorce if they someone on the outside handling the actual court filing. The petition can be notarized in prison, and then that document must be filed with the family court in your jurisdiction. There is nothing to this that makes it "faster", but if you are sitting in prison, time is not a factor as you have plenty of it.Read more
As an inmate, you treated like anyone else. What goes on the outside is the same as the inside. If you treat others with respect, you will, in turn, get respect. If you mouth off, you're gonna get your coconut cracked.Read more
Probably the hardest part is getting used to the fact that everyone you know on the outside (mostly wife and kids) are living their lives while you are locked up. You have absolutely no control over anything. It feels like you have died and are watching your loved ones live their life and you cannot participate. Your mind plays tricks with you, you lose faith in your relationship, etc.Read more