Tag: rehabilitation

Submitting Blogs to InmateBlogger.com

Hello Readers! Do you know anyone who is incarcerated? Would they like to contribute to Inmate Blogger? Blogging offers a wide range of opportunity. The topics that inmates choose to write about is entirely up to them (ex: prison life, society, relationships, law, poems, short stories, personal struggles, inner […]

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Inmate Blogger

This site is a collection of blogs written by inmates. It serves as a platform which allows them to share their stories, their opinions, their struggles, and their inner thoughts. You can lock up a man, but you can’t lock up their mind. We support, understand, and believe […]

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Please Support InmateBlogger.com

  Inmate Blogger is ready to become the worldwide leader in inmate blogging. We want to give EVERY inmate the opportunity to have a voice through this platform. Blogging is such a positive alternative when compared to all the misconduct that goes on within prison. Writing is a great activity […]

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Inmate Blogger

This site is a collection of blogs written by inmates. It serves as a platform which allows them to share their stories, their opinions, their struggles, and their inner thoughts. You can lock up a man, but you can’t lock up their mind. We support, understand, and believe […]

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InmateBlogger.com Flyer

  This site is a collection of blogs written by inmates. It serves as a platform which allows them to share their stories, opinions, talents, and their inner thoughts. You can lock up a man, but you can’t lock up their mind. We support, understand, and believe that […]

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The Gift of Blogging

Dear Readers, Share the gift of blogging with your incarcerated loved ones by telling them about inmateblogger.com. Every person has a voice that deserves to be heard. We support & believe that writing can be a great source of rehabilitation, growth, and healing. This site is a collection of blogs […]

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“Our Storms” by Davin Wallace

Before it seem like Im trying to make it about “me” growing up in low income drug & crime infested housing & “correctional” facilities, I would like to first assure you I’m only 1 out of millions that has, still do & will continue to face the tremendous […]

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PRISON by Ronald Murphy

its a whole nother world in, same temptatons, same drama but still different envirment! ypu wpuld thonk being in prison you wouldnt be faced withh your weakness as much, if drugs was your weakness or downfall but too be real your faced eith it prolly more! not oonly […]

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why by John Higgins

why is it after all this time do I still get that biting earge to get high.its not a daily thing, it comes from no where and hits me like a truck.I could be sitting here watching Ellen then the next thing I know I’m thinking and dope.then […]

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DEAR FEAR, by Benita Ochoa

Dear Fear, How’s life treating you inside my head? You have been putting in a lot of extra hours lately and for that I respect you, wanting to work overtime and all. But it doesn’t mean you will be compensated for it. I want you to know that […]

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MY BLOGGER BIO by Jacob Gamet

(*) = Details are noted in my blogs Born and raised in Yakima, Washington, and also raised in its “blink and they’re gone” surrounding towns (Wapato and Union Gap), my six brothers and I were taught the meaning of old-fashioned values–respect your elders, treat people right, revere God, […]

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