Dating a ex felon
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If they were guilty have they changed since then and can you trust them and accept what they did without judgment? I point that out in serious relationships.other wise its no ones buisness as long as Im harming no one.
I just found out my ex has a felony for trafficking stolen property he never told me about. Would I have found out when we applied for a marriage license? If his rights were reinstated however, it might affect nothing.If one can't take the consequences, then smarten the f*ck up in the first place. Re the one I used to be==My thoughts exactly, put more eloquently by you. Anyways, it is not really a question if they are together or not.The fact a crime follows you perpetually is a consequence for a stupid decision. But please spare me the "irrelevant" horse shit spiel.cmdrfunk, let's not get ridiculous by comparing childhood mischief with felony convictions, or suggesting there's no difference between first-date disclosures and serious relationship is in a person's interest to volunteer information like this at the point where it's appropriate to the depth of the relationship. The points that she had raised will still be enlightening for those who are currently involved with people who were caught breaking the law.I have to relive it constantly the rest of my life: something i'm trying to put behind me and is irrelevant anymore? Wow man...spoken like someone who has had dealings with these types of scum. Ok, so because you think you've somehow atoned for a crime, this means that the world should back off and let you be? Was it a silly juvenile mistake, from an addiction or a crime of violence. Did he shoplift from wall mart as a teenager or beat a up someones granny.That your atonement is supposed to mean something and hey, sorry makes it all better now? Crime and the reprecussions that accompany it is NEVER GOING TO BE IRRELEVANT. Have you asked them if THEY are "over it" and it's now "irrelevant" to them? He may have changed his whole life and be a different person. I would evaluate him on who he is now, people change and I am not in the judging game. Read on…’, Schmidt described himself as a ‘28-year-old felon with no high school degree, and a dirty old van one year younger than me painted like Eddie Van Halen's guitar.’‘I got a real response the next day offering me to come to this girl's Thanksgiving get-together with her roommate and friends, and then go over to her parent's house, eat food, shoot guns, have a good time,’ he told Huff Post Live on Tuesday.
, where the victims of revolting reversals of character could share their life-shattering tales.The criminals would just WANT it to be, because gee..had it so bad. You commit a crime against someone and you think that because you served your sentence this makes it all go away now and people should start giving a shit about you? Only a complete and utter waste of human life would believe that a former crime is now irrelevant. Plenty of celebrities/ singers have pasts of crime/drug use and many have turned their life around.Good decisions come with rewards...stupid ones come with consequences. Too many people on a high horse lookin down on those whom have made mistakes and paid , most pay dear. Making a mistake does not make you scum, not caring and still doing it does. Too many high horses, those who climb high, fall hard. Well if some posters have noticed (re:read) OP said they are planning to get back together that's why it's still affecting her.If there's one thing all of these shows teach us, it's that while you can judge a book by its cover, you may be mistaken about the story you'll find inside.Advice For Lindsay Lohan: 5 Steps To A Drama-Free Life With so many picture perfect professionals jumping the moral fence, you might just wonder if you're better off dating the man with the ding on his record.The fact that he concealed the truth is proof that he has issues confiding VERY important things to you.