I was surprised at what she told me; “talk to him, ask him about his life, and find out about his sentence and the terms of his license”. She told me many people turn their lives around after release from prison. I asked him why he hadn’t told me the truth, asked him what his license terms were, where he’d been in prison. He apologised and admitted he was struggling to find a way to tell me about his prison sentence. Wes wants to move on with his life, he’s served his time and needs a chance to rebuild his future.
After all how on earth do you tell someone (new and that you’re developing feelings for)? In the time I’ve known him he has only ever been hardworking, caring, kind, loving, supportive and generous.
Prison, crime and the world he’d moved in were totally foreign to me. I ended the relationship, but I just felt so sad, it didn’t feel right.
I have a responsible job in education and 2 teenage children, how could I carry on seeing him now? The local newspaper painted an awful picture but somehow I just couldn’t connect the two men together. I only knew the funny, kind, caring man I’d been dating.
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Knowing me now, they don't believe that could've happened. When I left I sent back thank-you notes to five guys who were still there.
Yesterday we heard from an ex-con about what it was like for him to transition from life behind bars to life on the outside. – Tim Hurley Be respectful to your parole officer and to those that are helping you to get through a difficult time. – Jerry Spears Hopefully, you learned a trade while incarcerated.
So given I felt some kind of vibe, I kept my distance. I had access to the national database so I could pull up everything about him, and I did.
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I read stuff and in getting to know him, I discovered he was so consistent in who he was and what he said and how he behaved.
He did some drug dealing when he was younger and things happened and someone tried to rob him and he shot the guy. I felt like the man did his crime and he's doing his time and he deserves a second chance.