- Apr 18, 2023
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Damn bro sorry to hear that. 2 years is pretty standard for how long they will stick around. I only did 2.5. Our crimes were different, I'm a violent piece of shit who probably shouldn't be using AAS. But I definitely had the same experience at Walmart when I first got out. Total panic. Thought people were looking at me and felt like everybody knew. The weirdest experience I've ever had was readjusting. The world changed so much in just that short amount of time, COVID happened after I got locked up. But it was sad also, because there we're so many people who I just knew were going to be happy to see me. Except they weren't, most of them didn't even seem to notice I was home. I guess I'm not sure what I was expecting either. Anyway, welcome home broAh now for the sad question. Sad for me at least. No my wife didn't stick around. She was 27 at that time and very beautiful. She wasn't trying to wait. She's now remarried with 2 children from what I understand. We haven't spoken for quite some time. From my experience, which is probably similar to most people i would think, 2 years seems to be about the length of time people care. people move on with their lives and I was still doing time. People I was close to when I was free I reached out to after I got out and it was just like oh cool man congrats and that was about it. I'm not sure what I was expecting. My dad and sister were the only ones I remained in contact with throughout the whole ordeal.