Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
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I was just wanting to start a thread here to see if I am the only one who feels this way and from others that have had to deal with this, and what they did to overcome or just get a little insight from anyone that may have some real answers to LIFE AFTER PRISON!!!!
Where I live, we cannot ask if the person has a criminal record. I work in childcare, you will not ever be hired there.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Else when they find out, they will wonder what else you didn't tell them. Lotsa people your age have committed misdemeaners..got themselves into trouble..most people your age havent committed a felony..spent years in the lock up. I went to court with him..got off on a good behavior bond (3 yrs) and he never got in trouble again.
I 've made sum pretty dumb mistakes, I ran with the wrong crowd. How would you feel if you were going out with someone who lets say, used to be a paedophile but has now 'grown out of it'? Even if its multiple offences that led to imprisonment... He still did typical boy stuff when we were together..getting picked up by the cops wandering home after a night out on the booze with the boys ..a few times cops would run his plates, find out who he was and they'd rattle him because of what he'd done previously..thats the cops job..power to them.
We can ask if they've been convicted of a crime for which they have not received a pardon. You have to take whatever job you can get, re-establish yourself, get a job record... It can be a vicious cycle, but with persistance and patience, you can work around it. as crummy as it might be and stick with it, do a good job, create a good job record for yourself to use as a reference one day. I got two years out now and work two jobs both with pay less than favorable!!!!
Justin and I had dated off and on for years, and some part of me always believed we would end up married. I was quiet, studious, painfully shy; he was full of boisterous energy and crude jokes.
If they have to find out another way, they could easily misunderstand what happened and eliminate you as a potential girlfriend based on what they assume happened.
Mentees who were in a significant relationship before going to prison may know what healthy relationships look like. Encourage the couple to seek wise counsel from a pastor, pastor’s wife, or other church members who can give them sound advice on building a solid relationship.
If an ex-prisoner isolates him or herself, that typically means trouble.
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People date a lot of X-cons and/or addicts around here.
Looking for love too soon is likely to cause a lot of chaos — the kind of chaos most were in before they went to prison. A stable person with good judgment would not normally choose to date someone in prison or who just got out of prison.