Monalisa Johnson

How to reduce anxiety during the pandemic

How to reduce anxiety during the pandemic

During this time of uncertainty, many people are experiencing high levels of anxiety. It’s stressful not knowing what the future holds for us or where

Working through the emotions of seeing a loved one imprisoned

Working through the emotions of seeing a loved one imprisoned

When you have a loved one in prison, it’s incredibly important to show them support. The situation is difficult. They’re probably dealing with feelings of

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

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

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

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.

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