Embracing Glimmers

A Journey to Rediscover Joy in a Triggered World By: Sabrena Morgan In a world where the constant buzz of triggers surrounds us, it’s easy to become entangled in the web of negativity and past traumas. We find ourselves hyper-focused on anticipating the next trigger, reliving moments that haunt us, and inadvertently staying trapped in … Read more

White Collar Prison (The End)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Six)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Five)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

BOP Administrative Remedy Process Explainer

BOP Program Statement 1330.18 By: Lynn Espejo This is my personal overview of the BOP’s Administrative Remedy Process. If you have followed my blog, you already know that I became quite familiar with the Administrative Remedy process during my 27 months stay in federal prison. If you, or someone you know, is either headed to … Read more

White Collar Prison (Part Four)

By: John DiMenna White-Collar Prison. An Essay By John DiMenna. Originally Published at Minutes Before Six. Reprinted With Permission. A Different Kind of Hell. You can survive prison, and you can recover from prison, but prison never leaves you. On certain days, it feels like afterlife; other days, like a typical workday, and most days … Read more

Building A New Life After Prison

By: Sabrena Morgan Embarking on the journey of rebuilding your life after serving time in prison can be a daunting prospect. It’s a path that demands resilience, determination, and a willingness to redefine who you are. However, it’s important to recognize that this process is not about starting from scratch but rather leveraging a lifetime … Read more

One Simple Tool That Reinvented My Mindset After Prison

By: Craig Stanland Are you living in the truth? Or are you living in the story? This came up for a client recently, threatening to stop them from doing something that brought them joy and empowerment. Here’s what I’m talking about and why it matters. There are two ways this shows up in our lives: … Read more