This is only "food for thought". Not intended to be harsh nor to suggest that this is absolute. LOTS of us post the "what should I do" question. When I receive blunt answers to my posts it never phases me because I realize these are opinions. And thanks to all of you who answer my posts. But so often I've noticed there is much criticism when it comes to responses concerning whether or not a person should wait for someone imprisoned. Let me say this. I was married to a man, we had just had a baby boy. I was home recovering from a C-section with the staples still intact and his girlfriend phoned our home. Needless to say, I filed for divorce. I said that to say this. I was married with a brand new baby and my husband was cheating. There are unfaithful men in this FREE world. Always have been and always will be. And yes, there are some in prison that do not have true intentions upon their release. Here is my thing. I've told Clemon that I will wait for him. But, the first time he messes up. I'm kicking him to the curb. Just as I would do a free man. Simply because a man is incarcerated does not imply that he has not or can not change. Besides, every man imprisoned wasn't a bad person prior to going in. Most just made a bad decision or choose. Thanks, Renee'
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