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Husbands & Boyfriends in Prison For everyone who has a husband, boyfriend or male partner incarcerated.

View Poll Results: IF YOUR BOYFRIEND OR HUSBAND GOT LIFE W/ NO CHANCE OF PAROLE WOULD U STICK AROUND?
YES 100% 153 41.24%
I'D STILL TRY TO VISIT SEND MONEY OR WRITE BUT I WOULD START MY SEARCH FOR SOMEONE NEW 155 41.78%
NO I STILL HAVE SO MUCH OF MY LIFE AHEAD OF ME 63 16.98%
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Old 05-17-2018, 11:20 AM
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Absolutely I would be by his side until the end. I waited a lifetime for this kind of love, loyalty, communication and partnership. I am almost 50 so a lot of what a younger person wants or needs I have already experienced before I met him so I wouldn’t feel like I was missing out on anything. I can totally understand how younger people would have a hard time especially if they want children.
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Old 05-23-2018, 11:47 PM
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Yes. My man is lwop but laws are changing and appeals are happening. The feeling mirder law is in the process of maybe being passed so that gives us hope and heís in the middle of an appeal. Never ever give up
Hope. Laws change all
The time. Lwop is scary but love is love
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Old 05-24-2018, 01:47 AM
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Nope.

I canít fathom a life without him in it, but after three years of prison life I also canít imagine a life of prison and loneliness.

I doubt heíd want me to stick around anyway. He was only given 5 years but was originally looking at 10-20 and was secretly planning on ending it with me if he was sentenced to that much time.

Of course itís easy to say when itís nothing more than a hypothetical. Walking away from him would be devastating and one of the hardest things I could ever do.
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No I couldnít handle that. I wouldnít turn my back on him but I couldnít be in a relationship. If he wanted I would still write , talk to him but on a different level.
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