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A platform that gives a voice to anyone who is struggling with self-destructive behaviors and wants to live a better life. Not sure where to start? It's right here.

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We are Jamie and Morgan Molitor from construction2style. Over seven years ago Morgan’s little brother, Noah, was running a multi-state drug conspiracy and was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison. Incarceration has become our new normal. We created reslience2reform for people like Noah who want to make different choices and change their lives. This site is designed to support, educate, encourage anyone who wants to live a better life. If you don’t know where to start (or don't know how to help someone start), resilience2reform is the place.

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We all have our stories and we all make our choices. Our writers have been sharing their journeys through addiction, depression, anxiety, abuse, money laundering. Their raw stories tell about where their life and their choices have taken them. No matter what you are facing, our contributors' stories offer human perspective delivered with transparency and compassion and a reminder that you are not alone.

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Recent Posts

The Argument for NOT Abolishing Prison Labor | Noah Bergland

The Argument for NOT Abolishing Prison Labor | Noah Bergland

Recently, there’s been a movement to abolish prison labor. With prisoners getting paid pennies an hour and corporations profiting from prisoners’ labor, it may seem from the outside that abolishment…

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Badass Benevolence: Self-Compassion for Reformed Felons, Vets & You

Badass Benevolence: Self-Compassion for Reformed Felons, Vets & You

Think about the last time you messed something up. Or things went really wrong. How did you treat yourself? Did you show self-compassion? Did you give yourself kindness? Talk to…

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The Excruciating Pain that Connects Us | Noah Bergland

The Excruciating Pain that Connects Us | Noah Bergland

What do my addiction, incarceration, and the death of my father have in common? The pain. If I zoom out beyond my own life, I can see that divorce, mental…

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Love After Lockup | Christopher Warren

Love After Lockup | Christopher Warren

As inmates at the Yankton Federal Prison camp, one of our guilty pleasures was a show called Love After Lockup. Watching TV may seem like a simple thing, but prison…

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The Darkness and the Light | Mike Gardipee

The Darkness and the Light | Mike Gardipee

There have been two life-changing moments in my life: one led me into the darkness of addiction, and one that led me into the loving light of God. My journey…

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Managing My Mood | Noah Bergland

Managing My Mood | Noah Bergland

In prison, dealing with my mood swings was a major challenge. Other inmates regularly tested my patience, and I was confined to a negative environment. The lows felt so low…

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My Painful Paradox | Aaron Fulton

My Painful Paradox | Aaron Fulton

My Painful Paradox | Aaron Fulton “What feels like the end is often the beginning.” ~ T. S. Eliot This is a call to action. I have big hopes, dreams,…

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Scribente Maternum 2021 Writing Retreat

Scribente Maternum 2021 Writing Retreat

I am very excited to introduce you to my friend, Rachel, who is going to share about the Scribente Maternum virtual writing retreat that I’ll be a part of come…

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My Nephew & Me: Writing for Change | Susan McCulley

My Nephew & Me: Writing for Change | Susan McCulley

My Nephew & Me: Writing for Change The day before my wedding in October 1999, I was a childless, 35-year-old woman with two parents and one sister. The next day,…

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