Writing My Book!
By Daniel L Keith
With all the talk about the FDA wanting to ban prescription products with Tylenol in them, I feel that the subject of my book is more important now than ever before.
To write my book, The Imprisoned Mind, was hard on me both physically and mentally. I didn't want people to know what I had been doing in secret for all those years. Going to all those different doctors and pharmacies. Melody, my wife, and I live in a very small town. She works in one of the busiest stores in town and I didn't want to embarrass her. But like me, she realized by writing this book it would help so many people to have the knowledge on how to stop taking prescription pain medications. And anyone that is dependant on prescription pain pills will tell you, it is without question the hardest thing to go through both physically and emotionally. When a person takes pain medications for a long period of time, their bodies natural pain killers shut down, they have no reason to work because the pain meds are taking care of that for them. I don't know of any way to explain the torcher. The psychological withdrawals are worse than the physical. It is absolute torcher. Alot of what I am writing is in my book in more depth. But anyone that is imprisoned by pain medications, please believe me, I will not lie to you. You can stop taking these pain pills with a new medication. You will not have the withdrawals or the cravings. You will at last be free. This medication starts working within 30 minutes, and you need only dissolve 2 of these tablets under your tongue every 24 hours. If you decide to purchase my book, you will know that I know what I'm talking about. A person cannot write on this subject without going through it themself. Thank you for reading my writings. May God Bless You.
P.S. You will be free, and my life will make a difference for the good of mankind.
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