Category prisoners’ families

‘I’ve met somebody, I’ve moved on…

‘Baby girl, how are you? ‘I’m not your baby, not any more.’ The conversation was cold, as cold as the telephone receiver at my ear. The loveless tone of Celeste’s voice cut deep, but not as deep as the words that were to follow. ‘I’ve met somebody, I’ve moved on.’ I was huddled in the […]

When I was released I felt lost

  When I was released I felt lost. I was grateful for my freedom but my enthusiasm was crushed by the weighty reality of life, relationships, family, food and bills. The sense of camaraderie I found in prison was a powerful force that energised me and inspired me to seek the change that most men […]