ANSWERS: 32
  • I'd be afraid to do so. The person is in prison for a reason.
  • No I have not , how would that be possible , dating surely means to go out and spend time with a person. Unless you mean a person that you have previously been dating who has offended and been sent to prison during your relationship. That I realise is quite possible.
  • I work in prison. There are so many people that hook up while the guy/girl is incarcerated. If you are thinking about doing this I would strongly suggest that you don't. Why would you when there are so many people that aren't behind bars???
  • I once knew a girl that liked someone in prison, and then got married to him eventually. He came out, and treated her very badly and said he was going to leave her. Another girl I knew, dated someone in Jail. He wrote her poems, and she just thought it was so sweet. I told her that this guy is just trying to impress her and he's not for real. He just wants his needs met for the moment. The moment he got out, he convinced her to do drugs, and also get drunk. Her father was never really apart of her life, and she was just depressed. She went to church, and appeared to be doing fine at one time but this is what happened to her. I would say, do not date someone in prison. That would be my best advice.
  • Are you desperate? Try online dating, at least those guys aren't fellons.
  • You never know where you're going to meet that perfect guy. If you "click" why not? People make mistakes, that doesn't mean they're bad people. There's many many bad people that have never got caught...they may be on the online dating sites. You never know.
  • Dont even try to make this work. My father works in a maximum security prison, and Ive heard the heartbreaking stories of women visiting the inmates and trying to build impossible relationships. To date someone you met in a prison would be to lower your self respect, standards, and dignity. Find someone thats not a convicted criminal behind bars.
  • I remained in a relationship with someone who went to prison. I spent many years with him before his lil "jail" experience. During the seven years a great deal changed. When WH came home, the relationship didn't work, I had grown a great deal and the common interest we had before he left were long gone. I don't recommend it. For quite some time i felt like I wasted seven years of my life waiting.
  • Meh... no. Whenever I go to prison I somehow end up in a male prison, and I don't swing that way. ...Most days. But you know, a guy gets lonely. Oh, Frank, the times we had...
  • JUST BECAUSE SOMEONE IS IN JAIL DOESN'T MEAN THEY ARE A BAD PERSON, PEOPLE MAKE MISTAKES. I AM IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH SOMEONE IN PRISON, AND IM HAPPY WITH HIM. THE CIRCUMSTANCES SUCK, AND SOMETIMES ITS HARD, BUT WHAT RELATIONSHIP IS EASY?
  • yes i am dating a boy in prison he is 20 an im 16 but ive been seeing him 4 4yrs in may an e gt senteced 6 months ago an im stil with him and is planing on staying that way.get 2 see him 2 wise a week and he rings me 2 wise a day sumtimes more.
  • NOW I DON'T KNOW IF YOU CALL IT DATING. BUT I'M COMMUNICATING WITH HIM ON A REGULAR BASIS WE WRITE AT LEAST TWICE A WEEK AND WE ALSO TALK ON THE PHONE TWICE A WEEK. I'VE BEEN TALKING TO HIM FOR ABOUT SEVEN MONTHS AND AND FOUND OUT IN SEPTEMBER THAT HE IS THE FATHER OF MY ELEVEN YEAR OLD DAUGHTER. I'M FALLING FOR HIM I CANT LIE AND IS A LITTLE HESITATE ABOUT WHAT WE'RE COOKING UP BUT I'VE DECIDED THAT I'M GONE GO WITH THE FLOW. HE WILL BE OUT IN A COUPLE OF MONTHS.
  • Yes i did, but it only lasted about 1 month into his sentence, he dear joan'd me, because he thought i would dear john him.....glad he did now, he still a loser, i just fancied the bad boy experience :)
  • That’s a negative.
  • words of wisdom: STAY AWAY FROM THIS DATING APPROACH! been there, done that, NO GOOD. It is only if you are a strong-willed individual, that you may in fact feel satisfied. Meaning, if you accept the relationship as equal to the amount of time the individual must remain incarcerated, then I guess its somewhat rewarding. but 9 times out of 10, you will be disappointed when the release date finally comes! there is sooooo much that this person must do, and how can they be what you need them to be for you, when they still must work on them?
  • I have never dated anyone in prison. How do people even know where to look to find someone available? I must admit I don't know much about this subject.
  • Until the execution.
  • I have been with a guy since November 11th 2006 and he went to prison on March 25th 2008 it's been 2 months and we are still together.... before we got together he DID 13 YEARS he's not a bad person and everyone can change. Judge them by character not where they've been or where they are.
  • I was dating a man. He was arrested and served 16 months in prison. I knew he did not do the crime because I was with him at the time the crime occured.(The time according to the report) I stayed with him, he called me twice a week, we wrote letters back and forth. I sent him money for things he needed (not everything is provided for prisoners contrary to popular belief. Though they do have the opportunity to work and earn money, they cannot work and earn thier GED in tandem. He was earning his GED.) When he was released, I picked him up. I gave him a place to live and tried to help him get back on his feet.(find a job, save money, find a place to live... etc.) I did love him very much. He ended up spending all of his money on alcohol and driving me crazy. Just before I could call it quits (5 months after his release) he suddenly vanished leaving only a note. In all, it was 24 Months... 2 years of wasted time. (I was dating him for 3 months prior to the arrest) The benefit of my experience says.... don't do this; you will only get hurt. However, people are different. Your experiance may vary. Good luck... but be very wary. It is rare that innatley good people end up in prison. I am not saying it does not happen, my guy was innocent of the charges he did time for, after all. (He still was a jerk and a parasite) I am just saying it is rare.
  • I met my fiance while he was in prison he had done 8 yrs got out and did 3 more. So he is considered a habitual felon.He went when he was 17 and got out when he was 29. And we are still together and we have been for about 4 years now and he works and takes care of me and his son. he says he pays the world back for what he did by taking care of me and his son. Him staying out of trouble is enough payment for me. I love him right now as much as i did alomost 5 yrs ago.
  • no, I never have...
  • My wife had to spend a day in jail for failing to appear in court for a seat-belt violation. :p That was about 14 years ago and we're still going strong.
  • nope, and never will!
  • I think that there are all types of people who are in prison. Some who deserve to be there, some who do not. There are certain circumstances where someone is wrongly accused or in for something that they did not do. That is just a known fact. So, who are we to judge? I think we need to look ourselves before we start pointing the fingers at others. Just my opinion, take it or leave it.
  • no - because how can you go out or date then? itd be different if u were going together first tho i guess
  • I am currently dating someone I met while he was in prison. Was it a good idea? We have our good days and bad days. He's only been out a month. We are crazy about each other, but it's not easy AT ALL.
  • Not yet; I haven't been to prison ... yet.
  • I am dating someone in jail right now. We have been together for almost 3 months. I go see him everyday but that is easy for me because I like right beside our county jail. Dating someone while they are in jail or prison actually makes your relationship stronger because you have to wait until they get out to get physical. My boyfriend and I talk everyday and we also write letters. I am in love with him and he is in love with me. So if you want to date someone while they are in prison or jail just go with your heart. If you start feeling second thoughts then you do. The only thing I do is start thinkning about the what ifs... But I would say go for it if your heart is telling you to do it.
  • I have bee dating my on-again off-again boyfriend since I was about 13 years old. He and I grew up entirely different and became involved in mischievous acts. Though sometimes I get upset with him and stop talking to him, we always pull it together. He has been in jail/prison for about two years and we're still trying. It may not be easy, but it's worth it because he is the love of my life.
  • well I was, but I guess not anymore since he decided to kick me to the curve cause I didnt want to get married right now, i told him it was best for both us to wait til he got out, and he said, well forget you then... and the sad part is that I love him so much, been together for 5 years, and have a 3 year old son.. but i guess its his way or the highway, so i rather take the highway.. right..
  • I have never dated anyone in prison, but my boyfriend was just arrested. i don't plan on leaving him for another man while he is away. I love him way to much to just walk away from everything we built together. If long distance relationships can last, while can't a relationship with a person in prison.

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