Surviving the Insanity: a gift for a loved one in jail or prison
Do you have a loved one in jail or prison, a brother, a father, a son, a friend? This book is for them, something you can send them to keep them busy, to give them something to do, to motivate them to improve themselves while doing their time. This book can put their feet on the right path.
Inside you will find Hangman and Unscramble and Word searches and Sudoku and Word puzzlers and Geometry puzzlers, lots of fun and challenging things to do. You will find Bible verses like Psalm 25:11 or Proverbs 13:20 or James 4:17. You will find pages to write about freedom, their family, short and long-term goals, and “What am I most thankful for?” You will find pages that ask to choose between two options, like: “Which is more meaningful, to read the Bible every day or to ask forgiveness from the ones you hurt?” Or, “Which is dirtier, the mouth of an angry man or the floor around the toilet?” Or, “Which is more dangerous, a lie to protect yourself or a lie to hurt someone else?” Questions to make them think about what got them there and what they must do to change their ways, positive stuff, thinking stuff. You will find quotes like: “Don’t be ashamed to admit your own faults.” Or, “When you extend a hand, you cannot shake a fist.” You will find weird facts about insects and the USA and the largest pencil and creativity and intelligence and choices.
100 pages of activities to challenge your loved one’s mind, to guide them into better choices, to help them see that there is a way that is good and right and honest.
And if you like this book, then take a look at the others in this series: