Life inside federal prison changes a person. When a human being is suppressed from their freedom, they become distressed. Imagine yourself locked up in a small room where you did not have the ability to do what you normally would with your time.
On this episode of Life after addiction and indictment, Steve Cloward shares his journey with indictment, his experiences in Federal Prison, and how it molded him to become the person he is now.
Tune in for an episode that will help you gain empathy for individuals who have been imprisoned. If you or a loved one have been impacted by the federal prison system, this is a show that we hope will bring healing and understanding.
What You’ll Learn:
- What were the realizations Steve had during his time in prison and how this experience inspired him to keep going through hardship
- Who were the types of people that were with Steve in prison and what were the things they all had in common
- How the imprisonment affected Steve’s marriage, what Steve and his wife did to save the relationship, and and how they have been strengthened over the years since
- And much more!
“To me, one day in prison is too long. One day away from my family is too long. The first 6-8 weeks was brutal because all of a sudden I was thrown into an environment where I have no control. I used to be able to deal with problems, solve them, and handle situations and this was the first I couldn’t.”
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