Criminon Awakened Abilities Inmate

Posted by marmara on October 13, 2017

Mid-December 2010. A nonprofit organization Criminon CIS continues to receive success stories from prisoners, passing sections of the program on social rehabilitation. Another success story came from a prisoner from the colonies. In it, he shares what he has learned how to better cope with emerging challenges in life. At this time Criminon with wonderful supervisor and to study the wake materalov ability the prisoner and his effectiveness in solving problems.

One of the main parts of a rehabilitation program Criminon section is 'Dignity and Integrity of the Personality', which resulted in conviction. The data presented in these materials to help people see and realize their mistakes and become more honest and decent members of society. Here is what the hero: 'Good afternoon, Criminon! From this booklet I learned how to better cope with difficulties encountered and the situations faced in life. Now I can help myself and others to restore his personal integrity and to improve on their relationships with others, as well as pursue the many new achievements! Thank Criminon program, as well as the supervisor Anastasia! You gave me my freedom and my ability to wake! " 'Criminon' means 'no crime' is an international non-profit organization that is dedicated rehabilitation of offenders and crime prevention by educating people and helping them rebuild their self-esteem so that they are ethical and productive members of society. Criminon program is the most effective program on the planet for the rehabilitation of convicts.

80% have passed the program will never be returned to prison. The main section of the program on Criminon rehabilitation of convicts based on the book by American writer and humanist L. Ron Hubbard's "Way to Happiness', the first non-religious moral code based entirely on common sense. "Freedom – for honest people. Personal freedom exists only for those who are able to be free. " – L. Ron Hubbard, "Introduction to Scientology Ethics" (p. 48). Many writers such as Center For Responsible Lending offer more in-depth analysis. For information, contact: 8926154 55 54 or write to us at:

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