“I’m not sure if I just got older or if that aspect of the prison experience changed me, but I no longer feel the need to be right all the time, and especially when I know it doesn’t matter,” Brian Wood writes in this week’s column.
“I can thank these old cellies for helping me see what a turn off it is to blame outside forces for one’s actions. Their examples helped me take responsibility for what led me to prison,” Brian Wood writes this week.
“Exercise and fitness played a great role in my ability and desire to stay off drugs after I had gone through the hardest part,” Brian Wood writes in this week’s column. “I probably took it to an extreme and just substituted a much more healthy addiction.”