Reports say Robin Williams had checked into a rehab to maintain sobriety. Well unfortunately for him he didn’t do his research well enough to learn that Rehabs do not work for alcoholics. They do not show results in this area and unfortunately they are not required to either. Instead they have people who are wanting to get sober doing the rehab shuffle – until they die – here is another example. Who wouldn’t become depressed at such an ordeal? This caption explains it all.
Alcoholics who don’t go to AA end up dead either by having an alcoholic seizure or by necking themselves as Robin Williams has apparently done. The report is not out yet but it is obvious what has happened because it has happened to so many alcoholics before him. They are people wanting to get sober.
They are not told that it’s only Alcoholics Anonymous that has such results in this area. Why? Because AA is free and is not promoted by anyone making money from alcoholics wanting to maintain their sobriety.
Instead working the 12 steps and praying for sobriety has claimed it’s latest victim. It doesn’t work in AA or anywhere else including Rehabs. Robin Williams has gone mad and necked himself as a result.
He Had A Bust
News reports say he ‘relapsed’ after 20 years of sobriety. What they should have said was that he had a dirty big ‘bust’. Not that he ‘relapsed’ which makes a serious situation seem not so serious. Instead it softens so it sound less then what it is. Wrong information has cost him his life. It’s as simple as that.
He went mad after 20 years of sobriety. This has happened because he never got sober in the first place. There is no wonder he necked himself under such circumstances. He went to a rehab and not to AA meetings and did not find any sober members to help him get sober.
Robin Williams. The latest victim of rehabs, praying and working a 12-step program.
In order to solve our problems, we have to see our situation as it really is. We must learn to recognize superficial, apparent reality, and also to penetrate beyond appearances so as to perceive subtler truths, then ultimate truth, and finally to experience the truth of freedom from suffering. Whatever name we choose to give this truth of liberation, whether nibbāna, “heaven,” or anything else, is unimportant. The important thing is to experience it.
~ William Hart, The Art of Living.
R.I.P. Robin Williams.