Entry 1: The man behind the number


Not my best picture, I promise

Prison is a unique world of loneliness and violence and mistreatment. I was tapped into something special while there. I’ve lost part of that but believe this blog can give it back to me. I believe if you will read one entry, we will connect. I believe that connection will work like a prayer and encourage me to get back in the game of life. I feel once I’m back in the game of life, I’ll be as whole as I can.
Thank you for this opportunity. I hope you enjoy.


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17 comments

  1. I love reading your blog. Thank you so much for sharing this! A lot of people now don’t have any idea what’s the feeling of being an inmate. This blog will help them to understand it. I hope you’re doing good there man amid this world outbreak. Take care always!

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  2. Dear Kyle,
     
    We are a research team from Monash University, Australia, exploring ways in which once incarcerated individuals made sense of grief and loss. Dr Mark Finn is the Chief Investigator and Caitlin McDougall is a student enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Advanced). If you are interested in having a few anonymous posts from your blog included in this research, please click on the link below for further information and to give your consent. If you have any questions about this study, please contact us through the email provided. 
     
    Thank you for your time.
    
Kind regards,
     
    Dr Mark Finn and Caitlin McDougall
     
    https://monash.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cImWkDsOUCPsfNX

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  3. Thank you for sharing your experience. I myself did only a year. But a year was enough of my life wasted. You got this. God bless. Good luck

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  4. Thank you for sharing your story!! I did 7 years myself, but was never brave enough to talk about it. I have been free 13 years and still come across negativity and judgment. I look forward to reading more!!

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  5. My brother died behind bars. Im sure it wasnt his heart either.
    I just started reading your daily blog and i find it so interesting. I had to bookmark it so i can keep reading it later.

    I hope you are doing well after your release.

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  6. how are you? where are you? are you out? just came across this on FB. look forward to your messages bro. keep your head up always!!

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  7. This is awesome for you to show us a glimpse of what you are battling. Sharing with people can help you heal. I wish you the best, good vibes and positive thoughts. I will keep reading. Thank you!

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  8. It is good to see your writing back online. I look forwad to rereading and reading more. I hope the world has been kind to you after your release.

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