I would like to know if I am the only one feeling this... My boyfriend still has a little over 2 years left to serve. Before we got together, he was high all of the time. In fact, I can't recall a single moment that I saw him he was sober. Since he has been in prison, he has told me that he doesn't want anything to do with it anymore...especially when he gets out and is able to come home. He has done really well so far. But, I'm just afraid that when he does come home, he'll get right back into things. He knows that if he comes back here, that's what will happen. So, he wants to go some place that he doesn't know anyone. I love that idea, because the last thing I want is for him to go back to prison. But I don't have the money to just up and go somewhere else. He has to turn in his parole plan in a couple months, so that doesn't give me time to do anything. Am I the only one that is having these thoughts/feelings/conerns? If not, could someone PLEASE tell me how to get over it.
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