It's only been 11 months since he's been home. And I feel as if this is not the person that I met inside the prison walls. Most of what he told me he felt and could do was not true. I don't believe that it was his intent to lie. I believe in his mind that he thought he could do it. He's picked up the basic things i.e. working, paying bills and shopping for the things that we need. On the other hand, he has no clue as to what a partnership is about. There is a huge disconnect in his development. I don't know where to start to teach him or, how to.
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