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Showing posts with label aa. Show all posts
Showing posts with label aa. Show all posts

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Substance abuse and religion - why faith based?

Substance abuse and religion: What if you're not ready to turn to religion for your substance abuse?

Dr. Sober Companion is a non-faith-based approach to saving your life from a dangerous addiction to drugs, alcohol and gambling. Dr. Sober Companion is the answer to your prayers, for the perfect way to transition from the rehab facility to the rest of your life. If you're not quite ready to be on your own, and don’t want to get started with religious counseling or continue with a faith based approach.

"Its your last day at rehab. You just made it 1 month or more at a faith based rehab facility."

Congratulations on being sober for the longest time in your adult life. Follow up treatment is very important at this stage, because you're going to be on your own, making some good and some bad decisions.

Substance abuse can kill you

Don’t throw away everything you’ve just accomplished. Email dr. sober companion now, to continue the new and improved you, free of your constant addiction to drugs, alcohol or gambling. Email dr. sober companion if you are uncertain about your future, and if you're nervous about the next 24 hours. Email dr. sober companion to keep you sober.

dr. sober companion can keep you alive

Email dr. sober companion to keep you alive. Your life is priceless and precious. If you love yourself, and your family still care about you, you might not want to turn Jesus Christ, or you might not be Christian or catholic. You don’t have to turn to religion for reconciliation, and you don’t need a faith based approach.

Dr.sober is standing by to save your life from the dangers of substance abuse

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Amy Winehouse dies under sober companions careless watch?

what if amy winehouse or someone young and in their 20's died under a sober companion's supposedly careful 24 hour watch? (because she said no no no to rehab) mentioned in a post from close friends of amy winehouse, that she was not using any drugs or alcohol when she passed away, but they did say she was very weak, and it was obvious she had a very poor immune system from heavy drug and alcohol addictions.

What this means is amy winehouse did not die from an overdose, but can we blame her friends or her parents for her early death? What about the sober companion?

This post is hypothetical, but could have just as well have happened in real life.

If amy winehouse was clean and sober, but weak, could it be blamed on the sober companion, if she was under their supervision when she died? While things as trivial as dehydration, heat stroke, can easily kill someone, so can suffocation and drowning. But can you blame the sober companion if the client dies, while under their supervision?

dr. sober companion believes the above scenario's fall under mistreatment, neglect of duties, to someone as vulnerable as an addict, regardless how short a time or how long they have been recovering, so we say YES, the sober companion is responsible for the death.

dr. sober companion would also go as far to say, suicide attempts and a successful suicide attempt during a sober companion's care, is also a form of neglect of duties, when you know the person is vulnerable, depressed, and miserable without their drugs or alcohol.
the job of the sober companion is to keep the client away from drugs and alcohol, and deny you access to them. the responsibilities involved are heavy, and suicide attempts are a real possibility that must not be overlooked.

A sober companion is responsible for suicide of their client.

Even if a client sneaks away, is killed while away, it is also the sober companions fault, for neglecting the client, even for a moment. It is also for this reason, that a sober companion sleeps close by, in the same room as the client, and never leaves your side.

With the job of a sober companion, comes a very great responsibility, to keep you alive. That is after all what you are paying for. Your early death can be prevented, and dr sober companion is here to help you stay alive.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Are you free of drug and alcohol use for 30 days?

dr. sober companion wants to know if you are 30 days clean?

A 30 day's buffer, free of alcohol and drug use will give you:

1. a good chance to stay alive
2. a good chance to stay clean
3. your body after the withdrawl needs time to recover
4. time to get away from enablers
5. proof that you really want to get better

perhaps there is a misconception between dr. sober companion and rehab facilities, that may confuse you about who we are.

dr. sober companion would like to clear things up right now.

When we at dr. sober companion say: "we recommend rehab facilities", we say this for the explicit purpose of keeping you alive.

You must stay clean for 30 days, before we will accept you as a client.

Before you can call dr. sober companion for help, you or someone who cares about you, needs to check you into a local rehab facility or one of our recommended rehab facilities.

As mentioned previously, We require you to be clean and sober for 30 days, before we can begin.

The natural transition from a rehab facility, back to your life should be with dr. sober companion, and not with AA or a 12 step related sponsor. The reason is, we need you free of all enablers.

The perfect way to prove to yourself and to us that you want our care is going first to a rehab facility.

While rehab facilities can give you the fundamentals you need to stay alive, they can make it feel like you are incarcerated and without freedom. While some rehab facilities are quick to take your money and even quicker, to throw you out for breaking their rules, we suggest you have a couple choices of rehab facilities, just in case, to help you get through the first 30 days, before calling dr. sober companion with the next stage of keeping you alive.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Charlie Sheen and Jeff Rossen Spell anti AA message

Charlie Sheen's favorite interview was the one he did with Jeff Rossen. This happens to be the same snake that has made it his passion to go after people he believes will die of a drug overdose.
Dr. Sober Companion does not trust Jeff Rossen, because of the studio's heavy editing that he works for.

How does Dr. Sober Companion know this about Jeff Rossen?

Dr. Sober Companion first came in contact with Jeff Rossen after the Michael Jackson death was blamed on Dr. shopping, which means he looked for doctors willing to write him an unlimited amount of prescriptions. The other method was to find enablers that would doctor shop, tell them the prescriptions they needed and give it to the celebrity. If the enabler completed the task, they could remain part of the inner circle. If they did not bring back the prescription drugs they were out of the inner circle.

Like Charlie Sheen, Dr. Sober Companion was also interviewed by Jeff Rossen. The interview with Jeff Rossen lasted about 30 minutes, but was later edited to a very brief statement against the use of drugs, and the harm it causes.

One thing that Charlie Sheen and Dr. Sober companion have in common is that we are both anti AA. Possibly for different reasons, and quite possibly for more of the same reasons.

Dr. sober companion is against the Alcoholics Anonymous meetings (12 step) because it brings all the enablers to one room, causing the addiction they are trying to remove from their lives back to the center of attention.

I applaud charlie sheen for speaking out against the 12 step and against AA. He has gone on record stating it was a waste of 22 years of his life.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Rehab does not work says a British TV show

If you watch TV shows like Dr. Drew's popular rehab show, you know everyone on the show relapses. Celebrities relapse all the time. Does this mean that rehab does not work? My feeling is that when you stick an addict in a room full of enablers, they have one subject on their mind. It does not matter if you are an alcoholic or drug addict, you become a power addict with help from your new best friends.

Unfortunately for the person trying to quit, they are with experts who will teach them tricks to hide and continue being a drug addict and or alcoholic that they never would have dreamed of by themselves. Like a room full of cooks, giving each other cooking tips. This is a recipe for disaster.

The same holds true for AA meetings as well. Look who your company is with.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Shia Labeouf confesses DUI one year later

Did this DUI kill someone? Will you let yourself commit a DUI? Will you kill someone DUI?

SHIA LABEOUF has confessed he should never have been behind the wheel of a vehicle the night he crashed his truck in Hollywood last September 2008. Shia LaBeouf confessed, "I had a whiskey and three beers, the fact that I ever got into the car was a mistake." Shia Labeouf also confessed: "I’m in AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) now, too.

You don't have to be famous to have a problem with alcohol or an addiction to drugs, and you don't have to be a star to get into the drivers seat of a car while intoxicated.

Please admit to yourself that you, your son or daughter need help. You need dr. sober companion immediately. Please call dr. sober companion before you, your son or daughter kill themselves and the people they are driving with or the people you, your son or daughter manage to kill while committing a DUI.

The Transformers star was never charged with DUI drunk driving after the accident, even though police suspended his license, claiming the actor had failed to co-operate with them directly after the crash. Why did they not arrest him like they do for everyone else? Why let a DUI free?

Shia Lebeouf is coming clean about his DUI in a new Playboy magazine interview.
Shia LaBeouf, 22, says, "I had a whiskey and three beers. I’m not going to start speaking on law stuff now and corner myself, but the fact that I ever got into the car was a mistake."
The star is preparing for his third surgery on his shattered hand, which was badly damaged when he flipped his truck after colliding with another car - and he admits the headline-grabbing smash was a huge wake-up call.

He adds, "I’m in AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) now, too. I’ve had drinks, but it has been a levelling-out process. Am I an alcoholic? I may not be. I don’t know. But I also know that, in the situation I’m in, with temptations what they are, I have no room for alcohol in my life."

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