Arthur H. Mooneyhan, who spent thirty years working in the prison system, shares real stories from the streets and inside the prison walls in this book that emphasizes the value of respect. With modern life’s distractions, many have forgotten all the hard work that’s been put in to achieve progress. Mooneyhan, also an ordained pastor and evangelist, examines the relationships in our lives that cultivate, nurture, and help us develop lives of respect. By engaging in self-reflection, you’ll discover why true feelings of trust, safety, and well-being are so important and where they derive. Along the way, you’ll get an insider’s view of the prison system and the inmate population, along with the mental health programs that govern inmate behavior. Mooneyhan also explores the causes and effects of PTSD. He further offers effective coping methods to combat this traumatic illness, often associated with stress-filled careers like criminal justice, the military, and being a first responder. You’ll gain a newfound respect for the men and women who serve and protect our streets, neighborhoods, highways, byways, and the world abroad, preserving and protecting our freedom. Join the author as he dives into the intersection of faith and discover how cultivating a relationship with God and thinking about what makes life so valuable will help you on your life journey.