Don’t Allow It!

Never allow your doctor to tell you that addictive drugs are okay.  They are NOT okay. They will cause other disorders and diseases as they kill you slowly. These include: opioids, benzodiazepines, antidepressants, hypnotics, stimulants, and antipsychotics. There is no reason on earth to be given these unless you have to be in the safety of a psychiatric institution. Right now, here in the US, one person is dying from an accidental opioid overdose every 12.5 minutes.  I don’t want you to be part of that statistic.

The Many Faces of Addiction

We often discuss what addiction is in respect to what it does to a person’s heart and soul, and what it does to the family unit; however, how often are we brave enough to stare it in the face?  If you have been affected, in any way, by addiction, these images may bring things more into focus.  Oftentimes, we don’t see it in ourselves or our loved ones ~ yet we see it in strangers.  I absolutely despise being morbid, because I am a happy, good news kind of person.  BUT, in light of what addiction does, I make the exception.  Let me tell you that none of these photos are staged by actors; these are ACTUAL PEOPLE in ACTUAL CRISIS SITUATIONS.

If you are addicted and are reading this, I may as well be invisible because you won’t see this.  You can’t; your drugs are your reason for living and you are unable to see anything beyond that. Your addiction is #1.  Your addiction has possessed you.

If you are a loved one of someone in an addiction, you will understand why I’m showing these pics and you will have much compassion, you’ll may even shed a tear or two. After reading this, though, you will probably continue giving your addicted child another $50 because they are telling you that they are hungry and have no money.  So, your emotions will, once again, take over your mind and you will give them the money. You know that they will spend it on drugs, but you can’t help yourself.  You too are in a state of denial.  Your denial is called ‘enabling’.  You allow your drug dependent loved one lie to you, over and over again.  You do this because you don’t know how to help him or her and you feel guilty.  Guilt and shame, on both sides, are major obstacles for the drug dependent person to get help.

FACTOID: Americans spend an estimated $276 billion every year drinking, smoking and taking drugs, according to a recent analysis. These are the same people who claim they can’t afford rehab, so they don’t go.  Then they return to their addiction!

Below, is an innocent little newborn baby fighting for his life because his mommy thought that her prescription opioids were more important that he was.  Babies are born in withdrawal when the mom uses drugs. Once they are born, they suffer unspeakably. They have tremors, seizures, the inability to sleep, an irregular and rapid heart beat, and much more.  Some will die, and those who live will have to suffer the ravages caused by their mothers.

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This next image, below, is of a mom grieving over her son who suffered an overdose of heroin and was left in a vegetative state on a respirator.

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And… another grieving mom.

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Here we see the transformation of two attractive,  beautiful young girls into two alarmingly  frightful, and ghoulish looking females ~ all courtesy of meth.

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A woman high on crack, although it could be any other drug as well – including alcohol. Is this you or a loved one?

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Below, you guessed it, a black out drunk!  Many times, a person just doesn’t know when enough is enough.  Not that it’s okay for anyone, but this is just a young kid. Don’t you just want to dig and find out what’s making him use?  I know I do!

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The kind woman below wanted to share her overdose pic with all of you so that you can SEE what it does.  She survived and is now fighting the war against drugs. There are those of us who get well and turn those sour lemons into lemonade for others.

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In this Sept. 7, 2016, file photo below, released by the East Liverpool Police Department, a young child sits in a vehicle behind his grandmother, Rhonda Pasek and her boyfriend, James Acord, both of whom are unconscious from a drug overdose. This child has just been abandoned by addiction and is scared.  This is why, in our recovery program, we work with the addicted person ALONG WITH their family – including children.  Addition has to be treated as a family problem, simply because it is.

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Below is a photo of where all of this usually ends up… in death.  In the US, one person dies every 12.5 minutes of an unexpected accidental overdose at the rate.  This rate just changed from last year’s which was one person every 19 minutes.  Yes, kids too!

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The image below needs no explanation at all.  It’s over!

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This can be prevented.  How, you ask?  Substance abusers need to be RESCUED!  They just can’t do it on their own.  Logic and reasoning play no part in the healing process.  You can’t talk sense into someone who is addicted.  They won’t hear you and will just be dismissive and will make promises they can’t keep for the purpose of shutting you up.

GET YOUR LOVED ONE HELP!  He or she needs the love of God and His unconditional love.  They need to know that they are here for a purpose and that they matter.  They need to be seen and heard.  They want acceptance. They have to understand that God exists and that He created them to do His will here.  They need a future and hope.

Psych Drugs Are More Dangerous Than You Could Ever Imagine – Lifespan can be Decrease by 20 Years and More + Terrible Diseases!

Just trying to save the lives of those who will listen!

***NEVER STOP YOUR PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS ON YOUR OWN!  YOU WILL NEED PROFESSIONALLY SUPERVISED MEDICAL DETOX!!!

 


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Legal Opioids Have Killed Hundreds Of Thousands As Big Pharma Bribes Politicians To Ignore It

More than 200,000 Americans have died from prescription opioid overdoses since 1999 and as the epidemic continues, it raises serious questions about why the United States government has failed to stop it in the last 20 years. According to a recent report, many influential politicians are receiving incentives from drug manufacturers to, in essence, look the other way.

Purdue Pharmaceuticals, the maker of OxyContin, has contributed millions of dollars directly and countless more dollars indirectly to lawmakers to keep its drugs flying off pharmacy shelves. Rightly considered “blood money” by critics, the contributions are made in an effort to buy off state and federal legislators.

The Sackler family, the private owners of Purdue, have made billions off of a drug that has killed citizens both young and old alike—the sum total of whose deaths amount to the population size of a small metropolitan city. Yet nothing has been done to even slow the death rate attributed to opioids, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ response has been to push for more federal involvement in states that have attempted to allow solutions such as cannabis.

An investigative report from the Daily Caller revealed that Purdue has given $2.3 million to politicians to ensure that the drug pipeline for the “drug cartel” stays open, further enriching the Sackler family—and that is just what is traceable.

Purdue and the Sacklers have disbursed $2.3 million to nearly 300 U.S. candidates and political organizations since 1996, and Congress, until recently, has done very little to combat the opioid epidemic, TheDCNF’s investigation found. The OxyContin-backed politicians often held leadership positions, chairmanships, or served on committees that have oversight of the pharmaceutical industry. Conversely, the Sacklers have never publicly donated to addiction rehabilitation centers, a previous DCNF investigation found.

For those holding out hope that the federal government will do anything about the burgeoning crisis in opioid overdose deaths, the future does not look promising. While President Trump has claimed that he wants to “Make America Great Again” and he plans to “Drain the Swamp” of corrupt politicians, his administration has moved in the opposite direction, and appears to be solidifying the pharmaceutical industry’s hold on Washington.

“It’s blood money, literally,” Public Citizen’s Health Research Group founder and senior adviser Sidney Wolfe told TheDCNF. “It’s money earned off people’s lives being spent. This is dirty, bloody money.”

As The Free Thought Project has reported, the appointment of pharmaceutical insider and one-time drug executive Alex Azar to the role of Health and Human Services Secretary was a figurative slap in the face to any family who has lost a loved one to opioid overdose.

Not only has Azar mocked the usefulness of the only natural alternative to opiates (cannabis), but in a recent speech to the American Federation of Hospitals, Azar made no mention of the overdose epidemic. Instead, he focused his attention on making sure the prices of drugs were transparent.

It is not the price of drugs that are killing Americans. It is the fact that opioids continue to be prescribed at record levels, inflating the profits of killer companies such as Purdue and other opioid manufacturers, which include Insys Pharmaceuticals.

Both Purdue and Insys have been investigated by the federal government, and the investigations resulted in Purdue paying out millions of dollars in damages and Insys’ CEO facing numerous felony charges. Yet nothing seems to be able to stop the spread of opioids and no one in the federal government seems to be making a legitimate attempt to end the kryptonite effect opioids are having on our society.

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Should You Call Someone A Drug Addict or Alcoholic? Seriously!

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The path to healing is best paved with tough love, kindness and respect.  The first and easiest way to cause someone in addiction to put up a wall between you and himself or herself is to call them an addict.  The word ‘addict’ is dirty, low, degrading and classifies that person as something other than a human being.  No one should ever be defined by their addiction.  You are dealing with someone with very low self-esteem and who is broken in every way.  Do you really think you can connect with that person by calling them an addict?  No, so don’t do it!  And… NEVER consider a person who has detoxed, rehabbed and moved forward in their life as still an ‘addict’.  The conventional rehabs, along with the infamous 12 steppers, would like to tell you, ‘once an addict, always an addict’.  It’s a lie from the pit of Hell, so don’t bite into it.  Addiction is no more a disease than is going to school or getting a divorce.  Addiction is what it is and what it is can only be described as a spiritual problem that demands a spiritual solution.  It evolves out of brokenness and despair.  These are hurting, broken people – NOT the scum of the earth as most would describe them.

So, how do you confront someone you love or care about who is involved in an addiction?  What’s the terminology?

  • Treat them as a human being – with dignity and respect.
  • NEVER use the word ‘addict’ when you’re with them and when you’re not.  A better way is to say it is that they are people in addiction or someone with a temporary addiction disorder.  Always stress that it is a temporary problem that has a permanent solution.
  • NEVER tell them that they have a disease; that’s just a theory created by the two dysfunctional founders of AA who died in their addiction and wanted a reason to keep using when they felt like it.
  • Offer them hope and tell them that there is a permanent way out.
  • Ask them (don’t tell them) that you are there to help them.  Be all ears to what they have to say, and truly listen.  Try often to engage them in conversation.
  • Don’t use the term, enabler.  Just let them know that you understand how strong a pull addiction has, so you will NEVER give them cash or credit cards as long as they remain in their addiction; however, the help you will offer is to feed them in your home when they are hungry, and, if necessary, to give them a place to live in your home as long as  they abide by the rules.  Have them sign a living arrangement agreement, explaining exactly what you expect them to do while living in your home. In this agreement, you need to state that you expect them to work and give you money towards their rent and food, keep a neat an orderly room, and abide by your curfew.  If they won’t do that, you cannot allow them to live with you.
  • Again, NEVER give them cash or a credit card – NO MATTER WHAT!  They will ALWAYS use that money for drugs or alcohol or both.  Most people in addiction can pull the wool over your eyes – not because they are con artists – but because the addiction is so powerful… so all consuming… that they just can’t help themselves.  When the addiction ends, they change and wake up.  On the outside they may be rude and cunning, but on the inside they are screaming in pain.
  • Love them, with the love of Christ… without judgement.  Encourage them.
  • Get them professional help or they will die in their addiction.  Arrange for an intervention… get specialized addiction coaching… get them into see a good Christian counselor.
  • Tell them you believe in them – no one has before.

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If You’re Breathing, You Need to Watch This Video. Missing This Means Your Suffering & Death.

An ex-pharmaceutical rep, now turned Naturopath, went Facebook Live last Friday and exposed drug manufacturers as being the primary drivers of illnesses such as auto-immune diseases. She details her own struggles with chronic fatigue syndrome and a number of other issues and how she came to realize that in the pharmaceutical industry, things aren’t always what they seem.

She also discusses how her $400 million training was used to educate doctors on the dangers of the drugs they create.

“Your drugs are killing me, they are literally killing me, and I am going to take responsibility as a pharmaceutical rep and I am going to ask you work with me…I started incorporating nutrition.”

“When you are laying in bed and you are  totally isolated and your own industry are the ones that are killing you, you have this ‘aha’ moment.”

PLEASE Check out the full video.
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Ever Notice How Drug Ads Dominate TV Commercials? Want To Learn Why?

A little friendly advice for all of you… RECORD the TV shows you want to watch.  Then, you can fast forward through all of those nasty Big Pharma commercials.  Don’t allow subliminal ads for drugs cause you to lean on doctors rather than to lean on God for all of your needs.  It’s what we do at our home and we do just fine!

Television viewers are inundated with drug ads from Big Pharma. It’s a flood.

Have you ever heard of these drugs? Otezla, Xeljanz, Namzaric, Keytruda, Breo, Cosentyz? Not likely. If you have, do you know what conditions they treat? Highly unlikely. But there they are, splashed in commercials.

Why? Who is going to remember to ask their doctor whether these and other obscure meds are right for them?

What’s going on here?

The answer is: IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT DRUGS ARE BEING ADVERTISED.

If Pharma can pay enough TOTAL money for ads, for ALL drugs, and dominate the allotted TV time for commercials, it can control the news—and that is exactly what it wants to do.

Pharmaceutical scandals are everywhere. Reporting on them, wall to wall, isn’t good for the drug business. However, as an industry ponying up billions of dollars for TV ads, Pharma can limit exposure and negative publicity. It can (and does) say to television networks: If you give us a hard time on the news, we’ll take our ad money and go somewhere else. Boom. End of problem.

Face it, the billions of dollars Pharma is paying for TV ads are a drop in the bucket, compared with its profits gained from selling the drugs. The ads are a good investment. As a bribe.

Control the news.

There is another reason for the insane flood of TV drug ads:

By their sheer number, they convince viewers that medical drugs (no matter what they are) are absolutely necessary.

Hour by hour, viewers numbly watch drug commercial after commercial. The overall message is: To keep illness from your door, to cure illness, to alleviate illness, you must take these medicines. THIS IS LIFE IN THE 21ST CENTURY. You’re all sick, and you need help, and this is the ONLY kind of help there is.

The drug companies could invent names of fake drugs that don’t even exist, advertise them in a cascade on television, with the same intent. DRUGS ARE AS VITAL TO LIFE AS WATER OR AIR.
But what about all those dire warnings of side effects from the drugs? By law, the companies must include them in their commercials. Well, the companies have calculated that, on balance, the stark, front-line, unending message of DRUGS, DRUGS, AND MORE DRUGS will outweigh the warnings in viewers’ minds.

If the television audience is nailed with the idea that they can’t escape; that their health always hangs in the balance; that dire illnesses are always waiting in the shadows to strike; that the slightest ache or pain could be a precursor to a crippling or fatal disease; and drugs are the only solution and protection—they’re going to overlook the warnings about side effects.

ALL IN ALL, DRUG ADS ARE NEWS.

That’s the approach. Pharma is blasting out 24/7 news asserting modern medicine’s central and commanding role in the life of every human.

It’s a gigantic and stupendous piece of mind control, but when did that ever stop tyrants from inventing reality for the masses?

Implicit in “ask your doctor if drug X is right for you,” is the message: “go to your doctor.” That’s the key. If the ads can put a viewer into the system, he will be diagnosed with something, and he’ll be given a drug for it.

So the drug ads are also promotions for doctors, who are the arbiters and the decision makers. Some kind of medical need (drugs) always exists—and the doctor will tell you what it is. And all patients should OBEY. Even if, in the process, they go broke.

Take the case of Opdivo, a drug that treats squamous non-small cell lung cancer. Cost? $12,500 a month. Patients on Medicare will pay $2500 a month out of their own pockets. And the result?

Wall St. Journal: “In the clinical study on which the Opdivo ad bases its claims, the drug extended median patient survival to 9.2 months from the start of treatment…”

The cancer patient pays $22,500 for nine months of survival, during which the suffering continues, and then he dies.

The ad isn’t mentioning THAT.

The ad relies on the doctor to convince the patient to go along with this lunatic program.


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