Dating someone in jail

All the power to the men and women that are in relationships with cons and ex-cons. Get a chance to meet a host of amazing, beautiful women who've got charisma like no other!Not for anything violent, just really bad friends and stupid choices.This was before I met him, and I told him, if he ever went to jail again,, we're done!!Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I found out it could be Borderline Personality Disorder, where they never grew up. I don't discuss his personal business, but he was no stranger to life inside. I can only attest to how he was with me, and he was, without hesitation, the kindest man I've ever known.And then...the other day, I talked to a guy FROM HERE who had been in prison for 15 years! Loving, caring, honest and willing to stick through things no matter how thick or thin. Probably not all people that go to prison have all of those qualities, but this one did. Sherry I have, but it wasn't so much what prison did to him as it was the attitude that got him there in the first place that made me cautious and that I wasn't sure had changed.That will not only be someone incapable of a relationship but it just isn't someone you want in your life, period.Have you ever dated an "ex-con" or someone who has been in prison before?

I did date a man many years ago who had done some prison time.In a nutshell, it really depends on the severity of the crime vs time that has passed since the offence. DRUGS DRUGS DRUGS) and get this idea that they are some type of drug kingpin, or cooking crystal meth in their basement on weekends.But being arrested, or spending time in jail, doesn't automatically cross you off the datable list. However, I did get a ticket when I was 16 for smoking pot in a parking lot with some friends ahaha. A friend of mine was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia: i.e.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I'd never encountered this on my dating adventures thus far and stuttered, "Well, I guess that's who you were when you were younger..didn't kill anyone, right? However, he did some other sketchy things compounded with this info which resulted in a quick dismissal, but it did leave me thinking about it. I know a couple of friends who've been arrested for theft and possession. When someone tells you they've been arrested for drug possession, people automatically freak out, (OMG!

For example, a few years back I went on two dates with a guy who blurted out on our first date he'd spent some time in the clink for theft, in his teens.

If the person has shown geniune regret and his/her actions (this takes time so never rush into a relationship with them) demonstrate a change of heart and mind, then they could be perfectly capable of a good relationship.