THERE ARE SCORES OF PEOPLE THAT HAVE SHARED THEIR SELF(S) HEALING MIRACLES AND OVER 32 PAGES OF THEIR PERSONAL ADDICTION STORIES AND/OR OTHER MIRACULOUS TRANSFORMATIONS. WE HOPE YOU TAKE THE TIME TO READ THEM AND FEEL THE HEART OF THE SELF(S) HEALING EXPERIENCE THROUGH THEIR WORDS.
Self(s) Healing Stories
“During the past twenty-five years I have struggled with binge drinking, have been admitted to four treatment centers and have sought out every avenue of treatment I could discover with no lasting resolution. Over six months ago I was treated by Rhonda and have not had any compulsive craving for alcohol since her hands-on treatment."
D. Turner, Cocoa Beach, FL
Successfully escaped NYC without a cigarette or beer and now back to real life in VT. Having quit heroin, coke and speed decades ago by myself and still never being able to quit cigarettes, I just figured there was no possibility of being without those nasty things. If I ever thought I could've quit them, it certainly wouldn't have been during the "hell months" during which my schedule changes abruptly from rural autumnal splendor to winter in the capital of too-much-too-fast.
You both made me feel so comfortable before, during, and after the process that it almost didn't seem possible afterwards that anything dramatic had taken place - but obviously it did.
Without pages of telling you what you already heard from 15,000 people I just wanted to say that I'm O.K., truly grateful that there are folks like you and that I was fortunate enough to be able to be around when you happened. Stay well and thanks again, Love,"
Doug Rose, Rupert, VT
"My life revolved around drinking. My father was an alcoholic, my mother is an alcoholic and I am an alcoholic. Rhonda's gentle technique gave me the opportunity to stop drinking once and for all. Now, I don't have any desire to drink. I can honestly say that I feel free from my private hell. I would recommend Rhonda without any hesitation. Thank you for this gift.”
M. Long, Indian Hills, CO
"Dear Rhonda and Barry,
Thank you for your concern about my sobriety. I found a quote from "The Kitchen God's Wife" by Amy Tan that describes how I am feeling about myself and my new sober life. "I felt the danger, that this was how you love someone, one person letting out fears, the other drawing closer to soothe the pain. And then more would pour out, everything that has been hidden, more and more - sorrow, shame, loneliness, all the old aches, so much released until you overflowed with joy to be rid of it, until it was too late to stop this new joy from taking over your heart."
I've always felt that I am two Sheryls. The one that drinks and doesn't care and the one that wants to love the Sheryl that doesn't care, allowing her to love me in return so we can be whole and healthy in this beautiful life we've been given.
On a more light and funny note, I also wanted to share another quote by Mae West. "If I had to choose between two evils, I'd choose the one I haven't tried." I know I'm feeling better and like my old sober self when I begin to feel like this! I hope this holiday finds you both healthy and happy with each other.
Sheryl, Juneau, AK
"I had known for a while that I had a problem with alcohol, but considered myself functional because I was a successful teacher, would never even consider drinking on the job, and had an adequate social life. It was when one of my students pointed out that I smelled like beer, which was from the night before and had relatively drank little, that I started researching.
I knew that traditional 12-step programs and rehab clinics would never work and the success rate of those weren't even worth my effort. I read about The Lenair experience and the effectiveness and called, set up the dates, and got a friend to join me. During the sessions alcohol was initially addressed but health issues were then emphasized as far as things to watch out for and nutritional advice to implement. It has been over a month now and I still do not want a drink or even see myself drinking. This includes being at neighborhood pubs, on the beach, or relaxing after work. I do get bored, but do not see drinking as an option to alleviate this feeling."
Cathy M., Pascagoula, MS
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