Dating someone who has been in jail
Being honest about your concerns is important, but nagging, yelling or sulking can cause a bigger problem.
Try not discussing issues until you have had time to calm down and think about the possible reasons for his behavior.
Click on any results you find listed under "public records" that appear to come from a state, governmental, or criminal records resource.
From here, you can find more detailed information about the charges, the case, sentencing, and the release.
Keep in mind he probably had the same schedule in prison, hung out with the same people, had very few decisions to make and was constantly being told what to do.
So keeping a set routine can help him feel comfortable.
Employers want to know their employees' criminal histories, neighbours are interested in learning the characters of their neighbours, and both men and women alike want to learn whom they are really dating before they commit to a serious relationship. At the very least, you will need his first and last name, date of birth and/or age, and the state and city in which he resides.
About 56 percent of state prisoners have mental health issues, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
That doesn't mean that 56 percent have serious problems, just that they may suffer from some form of mental health issue.
If someone has been incarcerated many times, over a long period of time it can affect his emotional maturity.
He may lack the ability to communicate effectively, meet other people’s needs, manage his anger or even form attachments.