a platform that gives a voice

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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Where it Began

About

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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Meet the Writers

Our Contributors

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 Unwritten Rules of Prison | Noah Bergland

The Unwritten Rules of Prison | Noah Bergland

Last week we talk about, The Written Rules of Prison but those will only keep you out of conflict with staff. If you really want to make it through your…

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My Best Friend | Johanna Bergland

My Best Friend | Johanna Bergland

Even though we did everything together, I knew I had to break up with my best friend. Addiction does not discriminate, it affects all walks of life. Statistically, 1 out…

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The Written Rules of Prison | Noah Bergland

The Written Rules of Prison | Noah Bergland

Of course, there are written rules in prison, and you can find them in the handbook at your institution. However, even though I served seven years, I didn’t find the…

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Mixed Family | Dennis Cockerham

Mixed Family | Dennis Cockerham

Small town Nebraska raised, I was not taught to distinguish people by their race or color of their skin. I could not even tell you the general consensus on the…

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Clean and Sober | Noah Bergland

Clean and Sober | Noah Bergland

September 1st, 2016 is my clean (sobriety) date. I went to prison on September 3rd, 2013, so the last time I used drugs was during my incarceration. When I went…

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First Father's Day | Christopher Warren

First Father’s Day | Christopher Warren

First Father’s Day What does it mean to be a father? I know how much my own dad means to me and what he meant to me over 12 years…

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Fatherhood | Noah Bergland

Fatherhood | Jesse & Noah Bergland

Fatherhood (Pre-Prison) My daughter was born February 16th, 2011 and I was there for the birth, physically anyway. Mentally, I was somewhere else, wrapping up a life of crime and…

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Love, Addiction, and Incarceration | Dennis Cockerham

Love, Addiction, and Incarceration | Dennis Cockerham

To everyone who has been hurt along the way, I’ve come to learn that it’s not just my story but the readers as well. I want to make you feel,…

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Recovery

JoJo’s Story | Johanna Bergland

My name is Johanna, but you can call me JoJo.   The story of addiction is unique for everybody, and yet exactly the same. This is my unique-same story. I…

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