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Loving a Long-term Sentenced Offender For those whose loved one is serving 10+ years.

View Poll Results: If you could, would you live inside with him?
Yes 365 71.29%
No 110 21.48%
It would depend on how much time he had 51 9.96%
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Yes I would, as long as him and I were cell mates. If not then forget it. I'm his 4 life
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I love my man with all my heart I really do, I wish I could be with him, I wish we could be together. But I would never choose to live inside with him. I wouldn't mind having the option to come and go as I pleased to be with him but to set up residence there not going to happen. I have my own home with my kids that offers much more privacy and comforts.
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Absolutely not , its bad enough that he is in there. He wouldnt allow it anyway he would spend the entire time guarding me in there so it would be no fun for either of us.
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Default Scandinavian coutries allow live in spouses.

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I posted this in the general forum, but I'd like to get a sense of what those with loved ones with longer sentances think.

Hypothetical Question: If you were allowed to live inside with your loved one, but come and go as you pleased, would you?
Most Scandinavian countries don't actually put their convicted felons in prisons, unless their very serious repeat violent offenders.
They put them in penal colonies where they can live with their families, and work a regular paying job. Unlike our own government, that tries to alienate and completely destroy the family unit. The children are also allowed to live with them, as long as the crime wasn't against the children.
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The short answer is yes
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My immediate answer was hell yes! but then after giving it even only a little thought I have to say as much as I love him and would love to be with him I couldn't do it behind those walls Even being able to come and go, the food alone would after awhile be enough to make me eat out several times a week and how could you in all honesty do that and leave them to their pb and j sandwich. The bathroom, shower etc well that would be a whole lot of issues right there for both of us! I'm sure If I thought on it longer I could come up with a bunch of other reasons that I personally couldn't do it not long term anyway. But.... if we want to talk sleep overs now thats a whole other story
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In a heart beat, I so would.
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Hell no , it’s bad enough that one of us has to live in a small cell with his every movement controlled. An uncomfortable bed poor quality medical care and food. No privacy and no freedom. He is there trying to get out soon as he can by making positive changes. I wouldn’t join him I will till he comes home .
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Yes i would but he had a relatively short sentence. If it was anything more than five years then it would be a no.
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