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We used the US Mail and JPay, an email service provided by the prisons.Woman B (age 38): I was working as a counselor at a facility for juveniles and his cousin was a client of mine.Once it did start growing into love, I never fought against it as it just happened over time. I am an Army brat, so my young life was always filled with adventure and different situations. Woman A: We were in a monogamous and exclusive relationship while he was incarcerated.I fell for him through letters and phone calls and slowly grew to adore him. Woman B: We’re monogamous, and have been throughout 14 years.
Woman A: His personality and charismatic ways, but what made me stay in love with him while he was in prison was his perseverance and determination to keep our bond intact.
He started calling me his wife after several more months. The prisons had contact visits where we could kiss at the beginning and end, hold hands, and play games.
Woman A: Yes, I had one prior relationship with an inmate that I met through a mutual friend that was incarcerated. Woman B: We wrote each other for six months before the first visit.
Relationships blossoming from these prison pen-pal programs, in which volunteers and inmates can send handwritten letters or emails back and forth to one another, is not totally uncommon.
One reason why: A in 2015 found that these programs were "likely to raise prisoners’ chances of rehabilitation...