Prison woman for dating
These so called have never even spoken to me about Wes and have never even met him. Life is so short, I think if you mess part of it up, you need the opportunity to make the remaining bit worthwhile.
On Valentine’s Day Wes sent me a card, inside it simply said ‘Thank you for believing’.
She said: ‘Now I have to rebuild my life, but I’m terrified, with flashbacks and nightmares.
‘I truly believe there should be a domestic abuse register, so prospective partners know.
Over the past seven months he has met many of my immediate family and some of my friends. I have lost a couple friends because of my decision to carry on seeing him. I’ve learnt so much about myself too during all of this, I don’t judge people so quickly anymore, and people need another chance.More than 2.3 million Americans are incarcerated in some type of correctional facility whether that’s a local jail, state prison, federal prison or jail, according to Prison But that doesn’t mean their dating lives are put on hold.‘I’m utterly disgusted that he has served such a short sentence. ‘He could have taken me from my children and left them motherless. ‘Tinder, POF, Bumble – all dating apps should have tighter controls on them to stop convicted abusers joining them.‘I was lucky but his next victim might not be – as he constantly uses dating sites.’ The mum is hoping her story will help others spot the warning signs before things turned violent.
Bureau of Justice, in 2009 more than 2.3 million people were incarcerated and 90% will be released one day.