You will need
  • Finding the motivation to highlight a few goals, do not be afraid to ask for help, do not lose heart
People who left the place of detention, experiencing a sense of ambivalence. On the one hand there is a sense of lightness, freedom, and a tremendous fear of the unknown. Society does not want to accept into their circles of ex-prisoners. These people are doomed to misunderstanding on the part of others. They are my entire life to face certain barriers and dead ends. It will be difficult to arrange his personal life, find a job, it is impossible to erase a criminal past.
Label ex-con will stop to start a new life. The first difficulties often break down man, he snaps and goes on a new crime to go back. In this most difficult period is very important to support relatives and friends. Often those released not at all or left a bit.
You need to be able to overcome the feeling of hopelessness, worthlessness. You need to try to find a job, even the simplest, to get the confidence to become a full member of the society, to prove to his friends that all is not lost. You should not rush things, have to take a long time to disengage from life in prison, that environment began to perceive of a former prisoner without fear.
Coming to freedom, you need to clearly formulate your goals, think about what to do next, how I want to live and go on track. Should abandon and permanently close the door on his friends from his criminal past, this friendship will only hurt to start a new life in freedom.
Motivation is able to coerce the person to decisive action. You need to set a few goals: to get an education, to achieve success in the professional field, have a family, to build relationships with their families. Continue to do everything possible to achieve them.
Do not be afraid to ask for help. There are special rehabilitation centres, whose activities are aimed at the development of motivation to live on in people who have lost the meaning of life and faith in yourself. It should be remembered that there are organizations and people willing to help. Even an ordinary person is sometimes difficult to gather my thoughts, to find themselves, to say nothing of ex-prisoners.