Our phone service gives the option to block the call. I believe most prison phones do. Its difficult to feel as though this person held in a cage deserves more distance from his loved ones, but if this person only shows anger and aggression, mixed with a fair measure of manipulation and decete, wrapped in a lack of accountability and tied with a ribbon of blame shifting, you are NOT required to take the brunt of that. Never. At all. Its not a gift you deserve or should accept. Its a package bomb from the self serving and self righteous. To hear the venom spewed from the phone with repulsive lines like "bitch, you better..." or "if you love me you'll..." damages everyone, to include those of us in here who hears the violence in the voices.
So, if this is the cycle that you may be in with your incarcerated person, do us all a favor... just press the little button that says "we won't talk until you learn to love me". Just press the tough love button...
by Rory Andes
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