Seth Ferranti/ Class 7: Support Network

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? My relationships with everyone I knew prior to my incarceration has evolved. They saw me at my worst, when I was a criminal and a drug addict. They  knew waht I was… Read More

Charles Day/ Class 7: Support Network

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? Relationships I knew with people prior to confinement, they’ve evolved being incarcerated so long to either meaningful, ongoing relationships, that want to see me succeed at my aspirations or goals, or they’re… Read More

James Hunt/ Class 7: Support Network

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? For alot of the relationships that I had prior to being confined, most now hold on to the hope that this will be the time when I become the person that they… Read More

Shawn Piper/ Class 7: Support Networks

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? My relations with those that were a part of my A.A. homegroup has diminished. Those whom I have dealt with on a positive, legitimate business level steer clear of me and any… Read More

Darrell Tatum/ Class 7: Support Networks

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? i see some people treats me as out of sight, Out of mind.it gets hard to keep a strong relationship being locked down. 175. In what ways have you nurtured support networks… Read More

Manuel Chavez/ Class 7: Support Networks

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? People have move on with their lives. All I really have is my immediate family. I’ve also been locked up fro a generation. I will cherish my freedom, family and a job… Read More

Kalani Lautele/ Class 7: Support Networks

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? From my experience the only relationships I still have is with my family.  There are a  few friends I keep in touch with but only on a yearly basis. 175. In what… Read More

Thomas Ross / Class 7: Support Networks

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? Sadly, I do not perceive how relationships from people I know prior to being in prison evolve. I know how they evolve. Prison has damaged my relationships with my family and my… Read More

Thomas Ross/ Class 7: Support Network

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? Sadly, I do not perceive how relationships from people I know prior to being in prison evolve. I know how they evolve. Prison has damaged my relationships with my family and my… Read More

Billy Sigler / Class 7: Support Network

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment? My relationships with my wife and friends have fallen off over time. Getting a long prison sentence really hurts all who are involved and all their family suffers right along side of… Read More

Michael G. Santos / Class 7: Support Networks

174. In what ways do you perceive relationships with people you knew prior to confinement to evolve over the course of your imprisonment?: I’m at a different stage of imprisonment from those who begin the journey. With more than 8,600 days of continuous confinement behind me, I don’t “perceive” how relationships with people I knew… Read More

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