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View Poll Results: How much longer do you have to wait for your MWI?
Less than 6 months 97 14.00%
Between 6-9 months 43 6.20%
Between 9-12 months 44 6.35%
Between 1-5 years 270 38.96%
Between 5 and 10 years 107 15.44%
Between 10 and 15 years 36 5.19%
Between 15 and 20 years 40 5.77%
Lifer, never going to happen 56 8.08%
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Old 02-25-2019, 12:16 PM
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20 years , we have been together almost a year now and im starting to find certain things a real struggle, I really love him but I've started getting paranoid that I wait all that time and when he's out I find out he's not been serious, does anyone else waiting a long time have these concerns , I never use to at the start
I'm sorry that is difficult. What do you believe has made you begin feeling this way? Have you just had to time to perhaps over think things? I know I have wondered if when my man is released he may opt to not move to be with me. Needless to say I'd be very upset.
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Old 02-27-2019, 04:29 AM
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@Sassy1983... please take your time and look at you and your expectations you have for yourself and what you'd like to have/accomplish during the next 20 years.
I don't know how old you are but that's a hell of a long time to wait for someone.
When I came into my boyfriend's life he was already in for 21 years and the light of the end of that lifer-tunnel was getting brighter. But I'm also over 50 so there's not pressure for me (as in kids, etc.) so I'm taking it easy and enjoying the ride as much as I can, struggle through the not so good times - which are real and will happen.

Love also sometimes means letting go. For your sake and I think you should think about yourself first in this case. He'll be taken care of for the next 20 years, what will happen to you and who will take care of you?

The struggle (which we all have) is real and I know that if my relationship does not work out I'm out of the prison stuff for good.


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20 years , we have been together almost a year now and im starting to find certain things a real struggle, I really love him but I've started getting paranoid that I wait all that time and when he's out I find out he's not been serious, does anyone else waiting a long time have these concerns , I never use to at the start
At my age no Iíve lived the hell out of life but if I was younger Iíd have some huge concerns. 20 years is a long time and you canít get those years back if you want children or things that time isnít always on our side. But I believe if you love someone itís worth that wait and caulking up losses.
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I have 5 years still
yes i know the feeling..my man goes to parole hearing again in 2022
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Mine still has 25 years
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