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We exist to transform lives and perspectives around mental health, recovery, and incarceration. We provide a message of hope for those in despair.

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The New Normal

We are Jamie and Morgan Molitor from construction2style. Over ten years ago, Morgan's little brother, Noah, received a 10-year prison sentence for selling drugs. Incarceration became our new normal, and once we adjusted, we felt called to create a resource to help others, and that's how reslience2reform was founded. This site is designed to support, educate, and encourage anyone who wants to live a better life. So 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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Life Must Be Lived Forward

We all have our stories and get to make our choices. Our writers have shared their journeys through faith, recovery, and forgiveness, but also addiction, depression, anxiety, and abuse. Their raw stories tell where their lives and their choices have taken them and how God's grace transformed their lives. No matter what you face, our contributors' stories offer a human perspective delivered with transparency, compassion, and a reminder that you are not alone and you matter.

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A Letter to a Prisoner | Kim Novacek (Grahn)

A Letter to a Prisoner | Kim Novacek (Grahn)

A Letter to a Prisoner, Hello, I feel a little introduction is important so you understand where I fit into Noah’s life. My name is Kim, and Noah’s dad Steve…

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The Death of my Father | Noah Bergland

The Death of my Father | Noah Bergland

So dad’s death came up today in my meeting. We have these daily readings, and today’s was about death and how you deal with it. The reading talked about facing…

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7 Steps to Prepare for Prison | Noah Bergland

7 Steps to Prepare for Prison | Noah Bergland

I understand that preparing for prison isn’t going to be a step-by-step process. We aren’t talking about making a cup of coffee here. However, there are steps you can follow…

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We Stand with Ukraine | Anya Bergland (Аня Ястремська)

A special thanks to Matt Moberg who drew a depiction of Mama Barabash of Ukraine on the first day of war. Katya Barabash, has a special place in the hearts…

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Early Faith and Giving into the Pull | Noah Bergland

Early Faith and Giving into the Pull | Noah Bergland

Initially, I wrote this post on construction2style while incarcerated at Yankton Federal Prison Camp. Early Faith Religion (faith) was something that I was raised around but never felt much of a pull…

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6 Ways to Beat Depression | Kirsten Solberg

Depression is on the rise. Our online culture challenges everyone’s mental health. The good news is that depression is no longer a taboo subject. We are breaking down the barriers…

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When Holidays and Birthdays Find You in Prison | Noah Bergland

Holidays and birthdays in prison can be challenging times, as you can imagine. Even though there are many amazing people in prison, you are not surrounded by lifelong friends and…

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5 Steps to Better Coping Skills | Brigette Molitor

You have 5 seconds to tell me what you would do if you broke your leg. Ready, GO!  I bet you easily said that you’d go to the doctor to…

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winning with a bad hand

Winning with a Bad Hand | Aaron Fulton

I’m always hesitant to tell the story of my life. Whenever I do, I almost always get the hated response, “You were dealt a bad hand.” I am not some…

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