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My Perspective on Prison Life | Noah Bergland

The Survivors | Dennis Cockerham

Posted on May 6, 2020

The Survivors It is said That the best time To put on a roof Is when the sun is shining I agree I go to 12-Step Meetings Every week Here…

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The Unwritten Rules of Prison | Noah Bergland

I’m Coming Home | Noah Bergland

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I’m Coming Home. It’s April 19, 2020, and the COVID-19 virus has been impacting us inside just as it has everywhere else. At first, I was playing it cool and…

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Saying Goodbye | Resilience2Reform

Saying Goodbye to Noah | Dennis Cockerham

Posted on May 5, 2020

Saying Goodbye. Never cry in prison. Never. That’s what we’ve been taught.  Noah got the call. It is his turn to go home. He is being released early because of…

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I am my Father’s Son | Mike Gardipee

Posted on May 4, 2020

Resentment and revenge have consumed my life since I was young.  Although it blows my mind to say it now, I loved to hate back then. It somehow gave me…

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The Unwritten Rules of Prison | Noah Bergland

Doing time or wasting time? | By Noah Bergland

Posted on May 3, 2020

When I got to prison, I thought the art of doing time was getting through it as easily and with as little thinking as possible. Thinking brings emotions — shame,…

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My Story (Part 2) Serving Time | Noah Bergland

Escape | By Dennis Cockerham

Posted on May 2, 2020

Escape. A word with so many meanings. It was 1986 and I was 14 years old. A Saturday afternoon shortly after lunch at the Detention Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, a…

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