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  1. I read in the story here the exact same description of life that is in the ‘Timothy’ story: RV adventure, bought house, dying mother in law, visiting daughter who goes mudding and rides horses. .
    What is up with that? Kinda has me questioning the credibility of this platform.

    • Thank you Observer. What you are referring to was a mistake where someone accidentally posted the wrong story under a name. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. We have corrected the mistake.

  2. Please help!!!!
    I am trying to sell my house and buy another in a state that my son will have probation with the tier system. He is a level one at low risk. I am frustrated at looking online because there is not much help for sex offender and their families. My son also has a 4 year old son that I have taken temporary custody of. Trying to move without my son (whom is still incarcerated) for another 1 1/2 years is daunting. There is not even support groups for families of sex offenders in my area, Alabama.

    • I know this post is 3 years old and may never be read but I’ll try anyway. I’m registered in Des Moines, Iowa. From things I hear of southern states and even some Midwestern states, Iowa…. for a register individual isn’t nowhere near those horror stories you hear. Here in Des Moines, those that you report to for your (although disgraceful and horror illegal) annual or any changes, actually treat you in a professional, and I dare to say… a human. When they do their surprise house checks, they only do them once a year as well as show up in a unidentified vehicle and wearing regular clothes. I’ve recently moved here from another bigger Iowa city (big for Iowa) . Just food for thought if it’s still needed or even ever read by anyone.

  3. Deb,
    Before you move into a community you need to check with the city to see if they have registry restrictions. Some smaller towns don’t have the restrictions and will make life a lot easier for both of you or buy/rent a home in the country or just outside of city limits. Get a map of the city that will outline the city limits. Every city and state has different rules plus your son will have rules being on parole and they also have to approve of the location and the living conditions before they will let him even move in with you. It will be difficult starting over in a different state with no family or friends. I’ve lost friends due to my sons charges but have gained better friends who are understanding. Keep your faith in our Lord. There are resources and support groups online. To bad there isn’t a way for us to keep in touch as I’ve been down this road. God Bless

  4. Your life sounded basically normal thru most of the story and sadly I knew it had to take a turn for the worse. They don’t want us to enjoy our lifes after the registyry. Here in Oklahoma you can live in a non green zone as long as its in a tent but if your trying to make a life for your self , banishment.

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