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Posted: 2013 May 21 at 10:34pm | IP Logged Quote Alejhb


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I would like to find out if this is possible?
The Details, what to expect, Fair Payment. Biggest
problem which surfaces every time is the same
environment.Constant companion who simply will not
allow a relapse, also challenges and supports his
client to make lifestyle changes and experience a
better quality of life. We want you to avoid relapse
and end the cycle of multiple trips to treatment

For Example -
Both occupants have a 9 to 5 normal job.
Time needed are work nights, or extended periods if
need be.
1) Good positive influence
2) Sober influence
3) Planter of positive activities and values
4) Promoter of Honesty and Accountability

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