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Subject: Relationship issues

No, an inmate's privacy is protected like anyone on the outside would be. 

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Subject: Relationship issues

This question gets asked a lot. The issue at hand is that the privacy of an inmate is the same for people on the outside. The ONLY way to find out who is visiting them or who they are calling is to ask the inmate themselves.  The BOP or any state DOC will not offer that information to anyone without the permission of the inmate

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Subject: Relationship issues

Yes, it is excruciating - almost like dying and watching your family go on without you. Your mind plays tricks on you and your self-talk is always questioning whether the wife is faithful. It creates stress, anxiety and fighting on the phone.

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Subject: Relationship issues

if you suspect that he's talking to someone else, your instincts are usually right. if he is not responding, you should use that as a sign to move on with your life. waiting for someone that isn't interested enough to stay in touch while they're locked up doesn't bode well for a solid future when they get out. this is not easily resolved when there is this type of separation. inmates are good at manipulating their loved ones on the outside

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Subject: Relationship issues

Do you know what you want to hear to make contacting him worthwhile? He might use this opportunity to make you feel worse. I think there is more to this story, if you want to share, I'll be happy to listen and help where I can.

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Subject: Relationship issues

no, they are afforded the same privacy protection as someone on the outside. ask them yourself to see what they will tell you

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Subject: Relationship issues

sometimes there is a feeling of helplessness. other times t is something else. by pushing you away, they are testing you to see if you'll come back. it is a sort of manipulation that an inmate gets very good at. it's like transferring guilt. you have to try and convince them that you are "ride or die".

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Subject: Relationship issues

"patience" is my advice. and, you have to be empathetic to their situation of what their mental state is, getting adjusted is not easy. give it some time, send a nice pic and a nice long letter again. be persistent and keep trying if it's what you want

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Subject: Relationship issues

you cannot get that information, he has a complete right of privacy. he can, however, request a copy and could share it with you if you are interested in a reaction

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