a family member was arrested last week for an outstanding warrant she didn't even know she had, for a crime she didn't commit. And due to the legal process, it will be some time before she is able to present proof of her innocence. Meanwhile, she sits. I am sick about it. She has been ill in jail because of the stress. They are monitoring her heart. I am trying not to get stressed because I am helping gather information and contact people, but I'm not feeling well now due to it. It's like a nightmare that neither she nor any of us can wake up from. Being upset accomplishes nothing. But I'm not superwoman. If she had commited the crime, it would still hurt, but I would understand why she was in jail. But this hurts so much because it isn't right! I am so sorry for anyone who has a family member in jail regardless of their guilt or innocence. Guilty, innocent it's still painful no matter what. Oh God, please let her, us, get through this. I can't believe this is happening to her! All I do is pray & write letters of hope & send pretty cards. But I feel like this is hell on earth. Lord, please hurry, help the right things happen so this can end!!! How do we stay strong? How do we keep from letting this bring us down?
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