Rehabilitation stories, books, poems, and more

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Bringing the inside, outside the prison wall. Our effectiveness in the public can improve if we rethink the scientific, social, legal, and ethical ways of an issue instead of trying to articulate our case on Scripture alone. Christians should develop effective ways to communicate biblical morality to our secular culture.… Read More
There’s scientific evidence that implementing healing modalities prison and parole programs can reduce recidivism 15 to 20 percent meaning that, we could reduce the number of repeat offenders by nearly 100,000. Read More
This book is a sequel to the authors title Sports massage. In Spa therapies framework. It is a technical documentary on advanced management of manual massage, stretch, resistance, exercise and assessment. It manages comprehensive plan of care with consideration to aspects of embryonic body somatotype, that faciltates optimum recovery.… Read More
This book has been listed in the Laser Annals of 2016. This is the Second edition of a popular practical book onLow Level Laser Therapy dedicated to a technical skills development frameworkfor all practitioners of medicine, sports, spas and cam. It releases newaspects of photo medicine in… Read More
Drug Addiction Treatment If we talk about the human nature, we will come to know that the addiction of anything can be hazardous to human health and nature as well. When we talk about the addiction to the drugs, it is very much clear to everyone that this addiction is… Read More
A short story of my experience with pain, pseudo-addiction, real full-blown life destroying addiction. My long road back to reality and how I returned from the lowest depths of human depravity to finding and understanding the maxim 'Know Thyself'. Read More

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Young Azalea Bentacourt reminisces on the past and what could of been. With the constant reminder of an ex lover, her parents suggest she take some time to recollect herself. While she's on the road to rehabilitation she comes in paths with a troubled young man. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 28, 2014

A person who's undergone spousal abuse and withstood it Read More
Berkeley Institute for Psychiatric Help and Rehabilitation has earned the newest member of its mental family. The only problem being, she may not be as insane as they say she is. Syrenne Cunningham is shipped off to Berkeley after doctors claim she attempted suicide. Now, trapped within the walls of… Read More

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Ellie awakes from a coma in a hospital bed, and is transported to a rehabilitation center for abused women, where she finds solace, answers, and her true love. Read More

Book / Memoir

November 17, 2011

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Kids in rehab. Mental rehab. Sitting around like lab rats. Nicole is in the middle of an interesting experiment. Read More

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HK leaves a young Hunter for Miara, but doesn't believe she'll be able to rehabilitate him. Rated R for language, violence, and some sex. Set in RD chat universe. Vana is (c) Knight Nephrite ( Other chat characters (c) their players at Harry Potter (c) J. K. Rowling. This… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 03, 2010

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A poem of a someone's dark world turned to light in an unconventional way in modern times. ~Don't read below this until done reading the poem, please.~ That unconventional way is looking for true love. The comparison to taking the ultimate "leap of faith," which is the ultimate metaphor of… Read More
A retired engineer is found guilty in court for contributing to the death of his wife and sent to jail for a month. He's out early on good behaviour. The woman next door takes an interest in his rehabilitation and helping Bill to have his harsh court penalty overturned or… Read More
Just some thoughts on infinite love from the Creator. Read More
This is a essay/story on how I'm rehabilitating myself. It also explains how people apply for disability that try to hide their true selves. Read More
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