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When the Relationship is Over... This forum is about discussing your thoughts, feelings and issues now that you and your incarcerated (or formerly incarcerated) loved one are no longer together. (This forum is NOT for bashing - please read the rules before posting.)

View Poll Results: Would you take him/her back if he or she has violated parole?
I would KEEP IT MOVIN',remain happy.Live well without him/her." 8 15.09%
I would. I think the "Second time around"can be better than the first." 7 13.21%
If i did,i would need PROOF of therapy/being a changed better person. 5 9.43%
No way.Too much pain.LIFE TOO SHORT. Would always have my doubts. 6 11.32%
If he couldn't keep promises the 1st time, what makes you think they will the 2nd time, so NO !!! 7 13.21%
I think it really "depends on many factors." 25 47.17%
For what? Nope. That's the past.He or she has had their chance with me." 4 7.55%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 53. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 03-20-2018, 01:35 AM
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I can't answer your poll. In your case, no I wouldn't take him back. In my case, my husband could "violate parole" just by being unable to get a job and falling behind on bills... so I'm going to have to say it depends on what "violating parole" entailed.

(As of right now we're still not allowed to communicate.)
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Old 03-20-2018, 05:37 PM
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Hey Chica, just keep on smiling and moving along. If he can't keep his crap straight, then use that brilliant head on your shoulders and make something great of your life. He needs to figure out his own b.s. If he can't handle being out of prison, how is he supposed to handle being a supportive partner in a relationship with you out here?

Hang in there.

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