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Why People Choose Promises Malibu

0 Why People Choose Promises MalibuOften imitated but never duplicated, Promises Malibu has kept its promises for over 25 years to craft the most individualized treatment program you require to ensure your complete recovery from addiction. We keep our promises so you can keep yours. David Sack, M.D., CEO and addiction psychiatrist explains why Promises excels at treatment.

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Specialized Treatment Program for Gay Men

0 Specialized Treatment Program for Gay MenRobert Weiss, MSW talks about this specialized program at Promises and how gay men who have fused stimulant and party drug use with sexual behavior can benefit from this unique Malibu treatment program.

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2008 Chevrolet Malibu Ocala FL Orlando, FL #KD0278A

0 2008 Chevrolet Malibu Ocala FL Orlando, FL #KD0278Ahttp://www.autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.jsp?vin=1G1ZK57778F228970
Call or visit for a test drive of this vehicle today!
Phone: 888-374-9221

Year: 2008
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Malibu
Trim: LTZ
Engine: 3.6l 6 Cyl. Fuel Injected
Transmission: FWD Automatic
Color: Red
Interior: Tan
Mileage: 41564
Stock #: KD0278A
3.6L V6 SFI DOHC, Cocoa/Cashmere w/Leather Appointed Seat Trim, 3-Spoke Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel, Auto-Dimming Inside Rear-View Mirror, CLEAN ACCIDENT FREE CARFAX, Covered Illuminated Visor Vanity Mirrors, Heated Driver & Front Passenger Seats, Interior Rear Reading Lights, Leather-Wrapped Shift Knob, ONE OWNER, Power Windows w/Driver Express-Down & Up, Preferred Equipment Group 1LZ, Remote Vehicle Starter System, Tilt-Sliding Power Sunroof, and Universal Home Remote. How economical is this! Just in, this outstanding 2008 Chevrolet Malibu comes with a 3.6L V6 SFI DOHC engine and FWD. J.D. Power and Associates gave the 2008 Malibu 5 out of 5 Power Circles for Overall Initial Quality Mechanical. Some manufacturers cut corners to save money, but Chevrolet didn’t try to shave off a single penny when building this excellent Malibu. New Car Test Drive called it …pleasant to drive. It’s smooth and comfortable, striking a nice balance between well-controlled handling and an even ride… Here at Palm Chevrolet / KIA, we offer the most unique purchase experience in Central Florida with our 6 Palm Promises…….. Promise #1 We provide our best, lowest price, upfront with no games OR gimmicks Saving you hours of stressful back and forth negotiations. All pricing is hyper-accurate, real time, market based pricing for the whole world to see.. Including our competition! Promise #2 Our sales people are not paid on commission. Whether you buy a $2000 car, or a $20,000 car, we get paid the same. Our only goal is to find the perfect car that fits YOUR needs, not ours!

It’s so easy to buy from Palm!
For us “Customer Service” means making your car buying experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. Our goal is for you to feel that the vehicle you drive away in is the perfect one for you!

http://www.palmchevrolet.com/

Address:
2300 SW College Rd
Ocala FL Orlando, FL 34471

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Celebrities drunk !!!

0 Celebrities drunk !!!Celebs With Drinking Problems
Michael J. Fox had a drinking problem before he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, but has stopped drinking and works tirelessly to advocate for research for the disease.
Nick Nolte was arrested for DUI in September in Malibu, California and checked into rehab shortly after in Connecticut.
Ben Affleck entered rehab in 2001 for alcohol abuse and remained sober for almost a decade, but RadarOnline.com exclusively reported that he was spotted drinking vodka at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2010.
Melanie Griffith struggled with drugs and alcohol and entered rehab in 2000 and again in August 2009 for her substance abuse problems.
Ewan McGregor has said he was a functioning alcoholic, but gave up drinking in 2000.
Jamie Lee Curtis has an alcohol and pain killers addiction but got sober in 1999 and says that is the greatest achievement of her life.
Lindsay Lohan was arrested twice for DUI in 2007, has gone to rehab three times, and currently is wearing a court ordered SCRAM bracelet to detect alcohol in her system. The bracelet showed evidence of alcohol in her system on June 8, 2010.
Diana Ross checked into Promises rehab in Malibu in 2002 for her drinking problem.
Mel Gibson’s infamous DUI arrest in 2006 where he made anti-Semitic remarks to the police officer led to his checking into rehab for his alcohol addiction.
Johnny Depp admitted that he had a serious alcohol addiction that was ruining his life but he quit drinking and improved his life.
David Hasselhoff refuses to admit that he has a serious alcohol addiction and despite having been rushed to the emergency room because of excessive drinking numerous times.
Famous Alcoholics
History books and magazines are filled with stories of well-known people who have had serious drinking problems. Some of these famous alcoholics were able to get clean and sober at some point during their life, while others succumbed to the addiction and would eventually die as a result.
Edgar Allen Poe. One of the greatest poet/novelists of all time, Poe practically invented the modern-horror genre. The brilliant writer struggled with a serious drinking problem his entire life, until he was found drunk and unconscious on a Baltimore street. He was taken to the hospital, where he died soon after at the age of 40. Poe’s father was also an alcoholic.
Stephen King. Another major horror writer, King battled alcoholism and a host of other addictions through his late 20′s. He notes that he was even drunk when he delivered the eulogy at his mother’s funeral. King, however, would get sober in the 1980′s and go on to become one of the most prolific, best-selling authors of all-time.
John Daly. A gifted golfing talent, Daly’s alcoholism held him back at every turn. He began drinking at a very early age, and has since been unable to get clean, losing millions in endorsement deals and countless tournaments in the past several years. Despite his alcohol abuse problem, John Daly remains a golf-fan favorite because of his “every-man” qualities and his honesty about his disease.
Mickey Mantle. Hero to millions during his hey-day, Mantle would later admit that he had a severe drinking problem and played many of his greatest Yankees games either drunk or hung-over. Liver problems would eventually lead to his death.
Ulysses S. Grant. The 18th President of the United States drank excessively throughout his life -including his terms in the military and as POTUS. While his alcoholism obviously never kept him from achieving great things, it did affect his health in the worst way. Grant died of throat cancer just a short time after taking the oath as president.
Joseph McCarthy. While the Wisconsin Senator was destroying countless lives in his search for American Communists, he was destroying his own with heavy alcohol consumption. Died at the young age of 48 of acute hepatitis -which many believe was brought on by his alcoholism.
Bill Wilson. Perhaps the most influential alcoholic of our times, Wilson’s struggles with drinking led him to create Alcoholics Anonymous, a group that has gone on to help support millions of people all over the world as they cope with recovery.
Betty Ford. The wife of President Gerald R. Ford, this famous first lady’s battle with alcoholism actually helped thousands of people come to grips with their own addiction. And the establishment of the world-renowned Betty Ford Center, built in her honor, has assisted countless individuals from all walks of life with their alcohol addiction.
At Michael’s House, you don’t have to be famous to receive great care for your alcohol addiction. In fact, we pride ourselves on treating ALL our patients with equal respect and attention.

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ACE HOOD – Promises (jMartProductions VID) CLEAN

0 ACE HOOD   Promises (jMartProductions VID) CLEANVideo shot in Malibu, CA / Calabasas, CA
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Treat Addiction

0 Treat Addiction“David Sack, M.D., C.E.O. of Promises Treatment Centers in Malibu and
West Los Angeles, discusses addiction treatments. Dr. Sack outlines the
guidance, treatment, and support Promises offers to individuals going to
recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. He explains the role
twelve-step programs can play in allowing for long-term addiction recovery.”

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Scents of Purpose, the candles that care

0 Scents of Purpose, the candles that careHow our family is trying to make a difference.

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A Day at Promises Malibu

0 A Day at Promises MalibuSpend some virtual time on the Promises Malibu estates. Get to know know the beautiful, peaceful environment where people come to fulfill the promise of profound personal change. For over 25 years Promise has been the premier drug rehab for the treatment of addiction and co-occurring disorders.

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The Promises Stimulant & Sexual Disorders Program & Chronic Relapsers

0 The Promises Stimulant & Sexual Disorders Program & Chronic RelapsersRobert Weiss, MSW talks about how this specialized program at Promises Malibu focuses on chronic relapse among stimulant abusers who have fused stimulant drug abuse with sexual behavior which has led to a pattern of chronic relapse.

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