Thoughts from an Incarcerated Father

By Anonymous Contributor Currently I am incarcerated at FCI Ft Dix, NJ.   I am about two and a half years into a 10-year sentence.  At home, waiting for me, is
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The Day Homeland Security Came

By Bonnie Hartley In 2017 my husband, of 15 years at the time, was arrested, and our family’s life will never be the same again.  I am a Special Needs
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Helping Children Cope with the Incarceration of a Parent

By Bonnie Hartley Having a parent incarcerated has to be one the hardest things to go through as a child. For younger children it’s a complete lack of actual understanding
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2020 Vision

In January of 2019, I made my first vision board. I had, however, played around with law of attraction journals before and understood how vision and action worked together. There
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Perspective

A beautiful message from Tabitha McCormick, a valued member and volunteer.  No matter the length of the sentence, it is never easy to maintain a relationship with someone that’s incarcerated.
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