What is the best way to deal with my child going to jail?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Brooke Edwards



What is the best way to deal with my child going to jail?

Hi, I don't know how old this post is ... so maybe you will see this, maybe not. But I am in the same boat. His son spent 10 years in prison and entered at 21, all of that was emotional, the worry of not knowing how to feel about what his son did, how we wonder if we played any role in the way he became the guy. of person who goes to jail, then you have to think about the whole prison system, how it works, no good, in 2010 he got out of jail, I helped him settle in an apartment, a car, he found a job, he was fine, he was determined to stay on the right track, but then his sex offender lab

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Hi, I don't know how old this post is ... so maybe you will see this, maybe not. But I am in the same boat. His son spent 10 years in prison and entered at 21, all of that was emotional, the worry of not knowing how to feel about what his son did, how we wonder if we played any role in the way he became the guy. of person who goes to jail, then you have to think about the whole prison system, how it works, no good, in 2010 he got out of jail, I helped him settle in an apartment, a car, he found a job, he was fine, he was determined to stay on the right track, but then his sex offender label got in the way of how people treated him, he got mad, quit his job, moved on to something else, then he started meeting women with drug or prison pasts ,

I have so many mixed emotions, my answer is not to think about it, to pretend that it is not happening again, but I find that he is on my mind every day, I am so tired, I need help too,

First of all, I understand your concerns. Hopefully, he will go to a prison in America. Hopefully your sentence won't be too long. Everything we experience in life is traversed by our perception. Try to see this as a positive, where you can address all the issues that got you there. All American prisons screen inmates and plan a program for their needs. Everything is tackled from healthcare to education and everything in between.

Try to stay within your life with planned visits, phone calls, and letters. Learn about the prison system and stay on top of its progress. If he's in a prison gang

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First of all, I understand your concerns. Hopefully, he will go to a prison in America. Hopefully your sentence won't be too long. Everything we experience in life is traversed by our perception. Try to see this as a positive, where you can address all the issues that got you there. All American prisons screen inmates and plan a program for their needs. Everything is tackled from healthcare to education and everything in between.

Try to stay within your life with planned visits, phone calls, and letters. Learn about the prison system and stay on top of its progress. If you are in a prison gang and you are still involved in criminal thinking, then you need to address that.

Prison is what you do. It can be heaven or it can be hell. Personally, it did me a lot of good. My parents were old when I went to prison and they died shortly after my release. I really wish I had seen more of them. Anyway, hope this helps.

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