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Finding Hope and Positivity In Reentry

Finding Hope and Positivity In Reentry

Many people who are incarcerated look anxiously toward the day they can be released. Long days in prison can quickly wear on a person’s well…
Moving Past Feelings of Guilt and Shame

Moving Past Feelings of Guilt and Shame

Living with feelings of guilt and/or shame is not uncommon. However, it’s also not healthy. If you’re someone living with these feelings, you may already…
Choosing Empathy Over Judgment

Choosing Empathy Over Judgment

Choosing Empathy Over Judgement Many people are quick to come to conclusions about others based on outside appearances. They pass judgments strictly on how a…
What Does Empathy Look Like?

What Does Empathy Look Like?

What Does Empathy Look Like? We know what a lack of empathy looks like. The news is often filled with unfortunate stories that show what…
How To Support A Child Of An Incarcerated Parent

How To Support A Child Of An Incarcerated Parent

It’s hard to deal with the news that your loved one is incarcerated. You need time to work through it and it can be a…
The Importance Of Seeing Beyond The Action

The Importance Of Seeing Beyond The Action

“The importance of seeing beyond the action” is a wonderful blog post about compassion, empathy and incarceration by Monalisa Johnson for Prisoner Of Hope TV.
The Forgiveness Myth

The Forgiveness Myth

Crime can happen under a variety of circumstances. The offenses can run the gamut in nature and severity. Regardless of the situation, victims and their…
Mental Health and The Mass Incarceration Epidemic

Mental Health and The Mass Incarceration Epidemic

It is said that we as a nation are suffering from a mental health crisis. But what’s often missing from the conversation is who’s most…
Who Is Monalisa Johnson?

Who Is Monalisa Johnson?

My life was forever changed in 2012, when my daughter was sentenced to 10 years in prison. As a natural fixer, I knew I had…
Three reasons you need to watch the first episode of “Prisoner of Hope”

Three reasons you need to watch the first episode of “Prisoner of Hope”

My new show, “Prisoner of Hope,” follows the journeys of families healing from the effects of mass incarceration from both sides of the bars.
Why “Prisoner of Hope”? (part 2)

Why “Prisoner of Hope”? (part 2)

“Why “Prisoner of Hope”? (part 2)” is the seocnd of three insightful blog posts about mass incarceration in the United States writeen by Monalisa Johnson.
Why “Prisoner of Hope”? Part I

Why “Prisoner of Hope”? Part I

My new show, “Prisoner of Hope,” follows the journeys of families healing from the effects of mass incarceration from both sides of the bars.

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