Dating men who have been in prison
If he does, you will have one part of your answer - though that may be unfair. oh yes i know someone who did time for murder after a 'bar fight that got out of hand' well he picked up a beer keg and smashed the other guy with it...boo hoo not his fault! It's not the prison thing (though if it was a violent crime, I'd leave him). It probably helped that I had known my ex for a long time prior to what happened and then after. He would always walk away from a fight regardless of the circumstances.You say he has not had any trouble since, he is bound to be embarrassed by it... and there were actually people in London putting on a benefit gig for him! I can understand it's hard to take in but don't jump to conclusions that he is some monster.So many 20-30 year olds have at one point or another been involved in some kind of fight.Nobody ever thinks they will hit someone so hard it could result in a charge like that. It might affect things that will have an impact on you. America), his employment - not sure for how long you have to declare a serious crime like that to future employers (if he did not, and he should, he can very probably be sacked for gross misconduct). Begging for some advice on how to get our house to sell... To feel absolutely distraught about returning to work after mat leave?Kramer from "Seinfeld" had the "kavorka" that is said to make some men irresistible to women. I always thought of how great it would feel to be able to elicit such a reaction from a woman.I would finish elementary school, then high school and then off to college."You're not afraid she's going to say no, and you're afraid she's going to say yes," he explained.
You are planning a life together, and this will impact it to some extent (depending on what he did). Think he should have told you before but I wouldn't let it change your judgement of him if it's something silly he did in his younger years. But it is a bit of a big thing not to have mentioned, especially if the thing you bought was a house!I would give the future some serious consideration here. My first boyfriend had served 4 years in jail and my Ex H had been to jail a couple of times. Some of the loveliest people I know have been in prison, all when they were early 20s.I knew about my boyfriends because it was a well publicised case in the city I live in and I already knew him and it didn't make a difference to me. One told me this after I'd given him my spare keys. In two cases, prison was what led to them getting themselves together.It was not because they were better than me; it was because they were different than me. I would hear all these great messages, but I just couldn't buy it. I had built a prison for myself, and it was located in my own mind. A year before that, I was smitten with a young woman I had met working on an intern project. We can discuss the merits of dating on social media later, but back to the story.)I didn't even get a response. I believe all of that, but I can't believe that someone would love me? When you get sick and tired of being sick and tired, that's when that light shines on you, and you can start the long journey out into the sun.Penguins can't fly, and that's just the way they're made. I didn't know where else to look for help, and friends were just saying what I wanted to hear. I was taken by this woman, so I decided to do something uncharacteristic of me. This may seem like a small setback, but it cut deep. So, here I stand, a man who desperately wants to know love. The inner torment has to stop if I'm going to lead a productive life.