Prison PenPal Steven Maier

Steven Maier

Steven is 42 and incarcerated in the US (MI).

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I’ve experienced growing up as mostly struggle, suffering, abuse and not of privilege, or having help. My outlook upon life, my view of people, and how I experience the conditions of my environment are unique.

I never have an entitled nor elitist attitude even if I possess greater insight. I focused myself in humility and not believing I am better than someone. I possess great compassion and make sacrifices for those in need. I understand there is no escaping hard life experiences. I am steady, staying and seeing myself through or standing by someone in adversities.

I’ve essentially grown up in prison the last 21 years. I’ve reflected upon the experiences that have captured, influenced and shaped me. Especially my crime and the deep remorse I carry and have attached to the people I’ve harmed.

This has made me explore activities that have helped myself and others mature even more. Years of programs and meetings I’ve facilitated and chaired. I’ve learned so much about what is therapeutic and cognitive rehabilitative healing because I’ve made that my choice to. It’s also helped me guide people and giving someone a person who believes in them. These have provided me opportunities that I was both ready to experience and have the mind to grow from.

Since becoming a puppy raiser, I’ve been able to experience life with the highest level of connection between myself and another living being. Emphatically it’s changed me. Having a pup look to me with love and for affection and guidance as well as understanding that I’m depended upon for everything has been the crown of my experiences. I’ve never teared as deep nor felt more merged with another life

Raising a pup has given me a second chance to redo my upbringing. Knowing I can give what I didn’t get is soothing, nurturing and healing for me. I understand how important it was to feel loved and cared for. It effected my emotional maturity and intellectual development throughout life.

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Date of Birth: 09/26/1980 (42 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: White
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 6 ft. 3 in.
Body Type: Athletic
Hometown: Garden City, Michigan (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: N/A
Astrological Sign: Libra

Profile will end on: 03/20/2024

Steven Maier #472001

Chippewa Correctional Facility
4269 W. M-80
Kincheloe, MI 49784

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Incarcerated Since: 2002
Sentence Received: Life Without Parole
Earliest Release: N/A

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Murder (x 2)
Assault w/ intent to commit murder

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