My son has been locked up for 2 years, with 23 mos to go. Used to call alot. Now he has changed so much He barely ever calls, don't care if we visit, says sometimes he don't like visits. He has his routine there now, and really settled in, maybe too much. He works all day, then works out in the gym, participates in soccer and softball teams, and runs 3 miles a day. He seems to not miss being out here. I guess it is a coping mechanism, but sure hurt the other day when I went there he was mad because he didn't know I was coming How could I tell him, can't call! He says if he knows I am coming he don't drink stuff all day because once they are in the visit, can't get up and go to the bathroom, and then he is miserable. So yep, fifteen minutes into the visit, he had to go, and couldn't leave for another 45 So yea I get it now, but I missed him, and just needed to see him, it is a 3 hour drive and with winter coming won't get there much.
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