92. I value revitalizing my life, I value the relationships with my children, family and friends, I value my health so that I can live as long as possible to watch my children grow up and raise children of their own. My goals are in direct relation to my values, they go hand-in-hand with each… Read More
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86.) I see and hear about other men subjecting themselves to longer imprisonment terms all the time. Many behaviors can lead to such outcomes, all of which I stay far away from him and avoid like the plague. Such behaviors are fighting, drinking alcohol, and doing drugs, getting tattoos, even smoking cigarettes and many other… Read More
85.) By setting long and short term goals and sticking to a daily regiment that focuses on changing our life around and creating a better future for ourselves when we are released from prison, we can overcome the ever so apparent despair that accompanies imprisonment.
84.) Hopelessness is a very strong and unbearable emotion that will only disrupt and influence a person’s life to the point where we become paralyzed from moving forward with goals in life due to obsessing over such emotions.
83.) I have an unflinching faith that the Lord will provide me with a good career that will help to carry me in my family through the rest of our lives.
82.) I don’t currently have the resources to obtain the information necessary to find out the current statistics for the average income a year in American family household.
81.) If I go to a halfway house, I’m confident that I can save almost all of my money, after paying 25% to the halfway house the only thing I would probably need to pay for his transportation. I’m quite sure that everything else, like food and housing is provided by the halfway houses.
80.) There is no way that I could possibly estimate the time it would take me to land a good job after my release from prison, all I can do is continue to try, always giving it my all, and never give up.
79.) There will always be a job for a guy like me with a criminal record. Finding a job is one thing, finding a job that will support my family and prepare myself for retirement is an entirely separate issue and a much bigger problem for guy like me with a prison record.
78.) I have no idea where the general employment rate is right now. With the economy at a cost ugly unbalance shift, I couldn’t possibly decipher the question like this right now. My only hope is that everything will be better, as steadier rate of incline when I’m released in the year 2016.
78.) I need more information in order to answer this question.