Reviewed on: August 21,2016
Well this is really awkward and unusual for me,but what the heck you only live once right? Well Justin(inmate in Duffield jail) and I were sort of together about a year ago but he wanted to go in and out of my life.Then he went to jail and I stood by him through the whole time he was in Sullivan County then he was moved to Wise County jail and I couldn't talk and see him as much. When he got out he came home but he wasn't the Justin I loved he was angry and blew me off all the time. So we grew distant it's been a year now. He sent me a letter from Duffield jail now and I've wrote him back. It took everything I had to finally send him a letter and I poured my heart out to him and I love him so much it's unbelievable I'd lay down my life for that boy,but I'm afraid he doesn't really understand how much he hurt me and how much I care. I'm at a crossroads and I don't know what to do. He also has a child and she is so very precious but her mother is rude and loves the drama.
Asked: August 18,2016
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It's hard to give the advice that we want to give versus the advice you want to hear. Inmates that go in and out of jail are not going to be easy to live with. The incarceration process definitely changes a person but the ones that are going to succeed after release are the ones that have made the conscious decision to change their ways, habits and people they associate with. Justin is not in that category yet. If you can't live without him, you've made up you mind on what you want to do, but this is not going to go smoothly we predict.
Accepted Answer Date Created: August 19,2016
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