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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

Just For Today | By: Dennis Cockerham

Just For Today | By: Dennis Cockerham

Sept. 14, 2021 Just For Today  An interpretation By Dennis Cockerham  ( Just for today: Secrets are reservations)  I  have a secret.  I did not know. I speculated and I…

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5 Steps to Better Coping Skills

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 | Aaron Fulton

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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Addiction Mentality | Kirsten Solberg

Addiction Mentality | Kirsten Solberg

Addiction is many things: a physical dependency, a spiritual deficit, a cultural pitfall, but most of all, a mentality. In the throes of our addiction, our bodies are hardwired to…

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A New Perspective | Kate Lundquist

A New Perspective | Kate Lundquist

At a work conference a few years ago, I listened to a charismatic and energetic motivational speaker, Vinh Giang, as he talked about perspective. His stage performance included magic tricks, which…

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I had a Panic Attack...And I was OK: 10 Things That Help

I had a Panic Attack…And I was OK: 10 Things That Help | Susan McCulley

I had a Panic Attack…And I was (and am) OK: 10 Things That Help A rush of hot red ants screaming up my leg, straight to my heart: that’s what…

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A Day in the Life: Aaron Fulton

A Day in the Life: Aaron Fulton

A Day in the Life: Questions Answered by Aaron Fulton One of our missions at resilience2reform is to open communication about topics we usually don’t talk about. In response to…

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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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