I have a sister in law in prision currently. She has been in about 3 years now. We don't keep much contact anymore like we used to in the beginning and that's caused alot of hard feelings. Me and my husband both work, I'm a full time collegs student as of recently and I just don't have the time to write her all the time. My husband, her own brother doesn't write letters so what advice can anyone give us to help solve this problem? WE also have never been to the prision to visit. We have small children and don't want them in that environment. We could take them to daycare while we go visit but my sister in law took it upon herself to show her brothers pictures to her cell mates and now they all want a look when he comes to visit. I don't want to be ambushed when I arrive or get stares, any advice on how to handle that too?
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