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Recovery 2 Day Learned Helplessness equals depression = AA

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Learned Helplessness equal depression, equals treatment?

2-Day I will introduce you to two men, Ken and Mik. One is in treatment and one is using R2D without treatment.

Mik is in treatment Ken is at home. Mik is battling punishment, Ken is feeling better. Both have two weeks of not using any substance, Mik is angry, Ken is confident.

Ken is voluntarily using the tools of R2D and experimenting with each, Mik is spending all his energy trying to defend himself from the recovery police.

Which one do you think is getting help, and which one is not?

One is using R2D for free, the internet version, the other is costing thousands of dollars.

When Mik leaves treatment he will be angry, Ken is not in treatment and is happy, with his progress since he is learning to be self confident.

Ken has been to AA treatment ten times and the hospital over 20 times in the past twenty four years. No one in twenty four years could answer Ken’s simple question , while he attended AA for 24 years, they would tell him “don’t drink” and his simple question was How do you do that?.

Now Ken knows how to get better, and Mik knows what he does not like.

Depression is the most common form or mental illness in the United States. Recovery 2 Day or R2D starts out where any recovery system should by bring you the most current information.  R2D starts treating you the moment you arrive, at the first event that occurs, which is craving, obsession and stress. R2D helps you treat each and interrupt cravings. Cravings happen when a person tries to quit using alcohol or drugs. R2D can show you safe cognitive tools in less than thirty minutes that you can practice daily to help yourself get well.

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