Tag: rehabilitation

Introducing James Kelly

age 39 intake day 5-9-2014 parole eligible 6-1-14 max release date December 2022 A little about myself I am 6’1, 230 lbs, brn on brn. I like to read, write, and play handball. I love dogs and horses. I like to watch “corny” romantic comedies. I am in […]

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Washington Inmate Bloggers

Dear Readers, It has come to my attention that inmates in the state of Washington have been having issues emailing me their blog submissions via jpay.com. If you personally know any of these inmates, I’d like to suggest that you help by having their blogs sent to my email at inmateblogger@gmail.com. I […]

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( shout out’s !!) BY KODY OSCO

FIRST TO MY BLOGGING MENTOR,,HIHIHIHIHI!!!! “SUZIE JENNNINGS”” AND MY FIRST HEALTHY FRIEND”.. THANKS FOR THE SIMPLE THINGS GIRL FOR ALL THE TIME YOU INVEST. ENSURING WE HAVE A LINE TO EXERCISE SOME OF THESE TOOLS WE PICK UP . I’VE FOUND THIS BLOGING TO BE VERY REHIBILITATING, ITS […]

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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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Follow Inmate Blogger!

    Please FOLLOW Inmate Blogger on FACEBOOK & TWITTER! This site is a collection of blogs written by inmates. It serves as a platform which allows them to share their individual stories, opinions, talents, and their inner thoughts. Blogging is such a positive alternative when compared to […]

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THANK YOU’s To InmateBlogger.com

“Suzie, what you’re doing is great. Being on a site specifically designed for inmate blogs…that is just so awesome. So when I got your email, it felt like my prayers had been answered.” -S.N. “hi Suzie thank you for hitting me up with this great opportunity. we need […]

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DISCLAIMER for Inmate Blogger

These blogs are written by actual prison inmates who have been convicted of breaking State & Federal Laws. This disclaimer prevents any law enforcement agency, prosecutor, or corrections authorities from holding any specific person accountable for further punishment or incarceration for the contents of the blogs which are […]

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A VOICE

I wouldn’t be able to have a voice outside these prison walls if it weren’t for a wife of one of my friends. Between the two of them I am able to say things I have never been able to say before. I have a voice and its […]

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PRISON RELEASE

I’ve heard many guys over the years say that prison is not about rehabilitation, it’s all punishment. Now that I’m less than eight months to the gate, I’m not finding that at all. There are plenty of people willing to help, plenty of classes that teach life skills, […]

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Inmate Blogger

Thanks to all who take the time to read the many blogs here on this site. The contributing authors would absolutely love to hear your thoughts. You can let them know you enjoy their writing by leaving comments, or you may contact them individually (please read our DISCLAIMER). Inmate Blogger is honored to provide […]

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FRIENDS IN PRISON

Last night I saw a prisoner on the MSNBC show Lock Up, and she was telling a few of her peers in the unit that she wasn’t really their friend, that part of her idea of rehabilitation was to sever ties with people with criminal mindsets. It came […]

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ATHEISTIC REHAB

I’ve always thought of rehabilitation in prison to mean that you come to view justice in the proper light. That means giving up the criminal mindset, the idea of prison “honor,” the erroneous views about “snitching” and a hustle. All of it. It’s about changing the things that […]

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Stone City Blog

Hello Readers! Stone City Blog has the potential to be a huge success. Writing can be a great source of rehabilitation, growth, and healing. My wife and I want to bring this opportunity to thousands of inmates as we offer a platform for their voices to be heard. […]

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