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Things to do when you’re feeling down

Things to do when you’re feeling down

If you have a loved one in prison, it’s normal to feel down at times. It’s tough not being able to see your loved one

What you should know before your prison visit

What you should know before your prison visit

Visiting an inmate is more complicated than just arriving and getting in line. You need to know all the particulars to ensure that you can

How to prepare your loved one for reentry

How to prepare your loved one for reentry

You and your loved one are eagerly waiting for the day that they’ll be free. As much as you both hope and wish for that

Tips to help prisoners deal with stigma upon reentry

Tips to help prisoners deal with stigma upon reentry

When a person is released from prison, they often deal with the stigma of having a criminal past. It’s an unfortunate reality. Because of this

Working through the new reality of a loved one in prison

Working through the new reality of a loved one in prison

Was your loved one recently imprisoned? If so, there are probably lots of emotions running through you right now. You may be angry at the

Gifts you can give incarcerated loved ones all year long

Gifts you can give incarcerated loved ones all year long

The holiday season may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we need to stop giving gifts. Throughout the year, we can be

Some quick tips for writing letters to an incarcerated loved one

Some quick tips for writing letters to an incarcerated loved one

Writing letters is one of the simple things you can do to help your incarcerated loved one. We’ve talked a little bit about this in

Tips for raising a child with an incarcerated parent

Tips for raising a child with an incarcerated parent

If you’re raising or helping raise a child who has an incarcerated parent, it’s important to keep a few things in mind. The child will

Tips for staying in recovery during reentry

Tips for staying in recovery during reentry

Reentry is tough enough without throwing in addiction. When a person reenters society they have to adapt to living on the outside and new norms.

How can a marriage survive when your spouse is incarcerated?

How can a marriage survive when your spouse is incarcerated?

Marriages are hard enough. Add incarceration into the mix, and they’re even harder. People already have numerous struggles to deal with in marriage without having

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