Tag Archive | Laura Tompkins
Hello Readers! Just a quick introduction to the Freedom Model with a short article on how to deprogram from the 12 step cult in case you or a loved one is struggling with the “disease doing push-ups in the parking lot.” The fear-mongering of this cult can be a thing of the past for you […]
Take Two! Sorry about that, the first link was broken but it works with the one provided below. (Just ignore the advertisement at the top) This interview happened 5 years ago and I was just reminded of it. Enjoy, share everywhere, and keep coming back! http://podbay.fm/show/516854248/e/1361923200?autostart=1
If you are an Orange Papers fan, you may have noticed this invaluable resource is no longer available on it’s original server. I have been unable to locate Sir Orange and have not gotten verified accounts of his whereabouts. I can only hope he is alive and well and has good reason for his website […]
This brilliant man with the handle of Quackaholics Anonymous has a YouTube channel readers will love. See the link below for his take on the recent article regarding the rampant predation (dismissed by the common 12 step cult term the 13th Step) inflicted on members by the most “trusted servants” of the 12 step cult […]
Two short videos below to introduce you to Disrupted Physician. Doctors are routinely coerced into the 12 step cult, threatened with revocation of their license, and blamed when their lives are permanently disrupted. See link below. Please share everywhere. — Laura Tompkins http://notpowerless.com/physicians-health-programs-12-step-extortion/
Stanton Peele is someone you should know if you’re interested in exposing the truth regarding the 12 step cult religion. His latest piece is about how the cult forces people into participation. They figured out how to do this when they found that the vast majority of people reject their disempowering dogma very quickly. In […]
Repeated studies have shown that the average person, who could be diagnosed with a substance abuse problem, will discontinue use on their own 20 to 30 percent of the time. But, those who are exposed to AA and treatment and who are taught the disease concept have a drastically decreased chance of achieving sobriety. While treatment professionals are aware of program failure, governing organizations support and promote the adoption of 12-step tenets into treatment programs for substance abusers. Families pay tens of thousands of dollars to help their loved ones only to place them in programs that follow guidelines of a documented failed program. Any program based on a program that fails will inevitably fail. For most, 12-step has become synonymous with failure.