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How will you encouragment to Lindsey? You can post your prayers, kind thoughts and encouragement right here on this blog.

You can write her and send a card to her in treatment.

Ms. Lindsey Lohan
C/O The Betty Ford Center
P.O. Box 1560
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

And know if any of you need encouragement for anything in your life I am here please post your need in the comments below or send me an email drb@mrpositive.com

At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.
–Albert Schweitzer

80 replies on “Encourage Lindsey Lohan”

Best of Luck Lindsey…. you are a beautiful, strong woman and you can do this! My thoughts and prayers are with you.

David Boufford hit the nail on the head. We are all created by one supreme maker and He does not distinguish one of us from the other as being a ‘celebrity’, blue collar worker, etc., etc. We are all human beings and we are called to support and love one another in our struggles to become better people and the persons He created us to be. Not one of us on this earth is exempt from struggling with some form of addiction, vice, or temptation. We are ALL guilty of seeking solace, comfort and running to hide in the wrong places. AND WE ALL fall time and time again.

Never give up Lindsey. God has not given up on you nor will He ever. He has a plan for your life that may not be what you had planned and sometimes these horrific falls are the only way to get our attention. Be still and listen and never stop listening. You’ll be fine–better than fine. You’ll get through this challenging time–and know that you are never alone!

Lindsey, i have had similar struggles, dont give up! God will answer our prayers. Keep the faith.

when u feel alone, it is then that God is carrying u.

Andrew

You can do it, sister! I spent 8 years in Al-Anon recovering from my codependency. You are worth it and I wish you great success, courage and strength as you face and then embrace your dark side. We all have one. Without the dark there is no light in this dualistic Universe. It’s ALL God and all good! One day you will look back and BLESS this journey because it will make you stronger. Love and Light, Rev. Meredith Ann Murray, Bellingham, WA

Love and take care of yourself! You are a beautiful, talented and courageous young woman. Be true to yourself. Let the love and light into your life. Ignore the media!

hope springs eternal. a million moments of yesterday don’t equal a single moment of now. don’t let your past define your future. good luck and god speed. we can do our respective journeys
together, although apart by thousands of miles. you can do this.

Lindsay, please work your program because “it works if you work it”. That’s the key….it’s hard work but you and only you CAN do it. I’ve been down that road many years ago….there are many types of addictions Lindsay…I know. Please love yourself enough to do the work and rely on the people that do love you when you can’t love yourself enough. Remember that the ones who truly love you will not always agree with you yet they have your BEST interests in mind when they show you “tough love”.
You are a talented actor……prove it to yourself that you are a strong woman and an over comer!
I am a concerned Grandma in NC.

May God give you the strength and courage to get through this phase in your life. May he also give you good guidance and foresight to keep moving forward upon recovery!

My life was in the toilet and my hand was on the flush lever. Through some miracle I was led to the Course In Miracles. It began with a book called Gifts From A Course In Miracles by Frances Vaughn. I then gravitated to A Course In Miracles. Through the workbook I began to learn what my ego was and how to get past it. My life has opened up in ways I can’t describe here. If you want to get an opinion from someone you may know, contact Drew Carey. It has transformed us both. I love you and hold you in my vision as being perfectly healed and whole. May you bless many more people in your fabulous future.

Hey Lindsey,
Believe in yourself and know how beautiful you really are….it took me a long time to realize that I am the only one who can make ME happy and that meant I had to let go of a lot of my past and the regrets that came along with it. Live for the present and do not let anyone ever tell you that you are not worthy because no one is better than anyone else.
My boyfriend of two years went through a very dark time in his life. For 2 years he used crystal meth everyday to cope with his depression until one day he decided it was enough. He never did go to rehab but spent 2 months away from everything and everyone and cleaned up. Even though I was not a part of his life at that time, I feel such pride when I think of him and how he decided to change his life for the better:)
Just remember that you are an amazing person and focus on all of the positive things in your life and I will guarantee you that good things will come back to you:).Forget the negative because that serves no purpose…we have all made mistakes in our lives but please don’t dwell on them!
Do what brings joy in your life and READ LOTS on positive things…TRY really hard not to read the negative stuff about you. I NEVER watch the news or read the newspaper because its so negative most of the time and then I feel negative. Sadly thats what sells newspapers and people thrive on that negative stuff and thats so sad.
Only be around positive people and only allow people to show you positive things! Chin up Lindsey because you are allowed to make mistakes but as long as you open up that big heart and feel and do good things then those good things will come ack to you in so many beautiful ways!!!
HUGS AND KISSES
GAIL 🙂

Dear Lindsey,
” GOD LOVES YOU AND MAMA MARY LOVES YOU,” this is one of the lines in a popular Catholic song in the PHILIPPINES. Think about it and PRAY to JESUS, BELIEVE THAT HE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU and let HIM do the rest and you will be OK. I will also pray for you….TRUST HIM!
Amalia “MALLY”L. Fernandez,MD

Lindsay, 3 choices in life: Give up, Give in, or give it your all! To me there is only one choice. What’s your choice today? I wish you the very best of everything, the best of life, the best of love, the very best of EVERYTHING!

We all need help Linsay, all I ask of you is to reach out to our Creator and ask him for guidance and strength through you struggles and he will answer your prayers.

MAY OUR CREATOR BLESS YOU WITH THE COURAGE AND STRENGTH THAT YOU NEED TO GET YOU THROUGH THESE DIFFICULT TIMES AND THE LOVE AND SUPPORT FROM YOUR LOVE ONES.

TAKE CARE

Lindsay, you are in my prayers for God to give you the strength and courage you need to overcome and emerge the victor over the demon of addiction! You are a beautiful young woman, with so much life ahead of you, and I believe in you! I hope you will believe in yourself and your power to succeed! I wish you much peace, forgiveness and happiness on your journey!!!

Lindsay, Please keep moving forward with strength and courage to get past this demon. There is a Spirit inside of you that can overcome anything. We believe in you. It is the hardest thing you will ever have to do, but you can do it. God is in you, just waiting for you to ask for his help.
Love, Light and Blessings to you.

Lindsay, I wish you all the best. Stay strong and have faith that you can kick this. You are in my thoughts and my prayers.
God Bless!

Lindsey, sometimes it’s hard to keep the faith at trouble times, but this is when we need to think positive and keep the faith. God is testing us so show him how strong you really are and fight back. You are in my prayers.

Lindsey, I want to let you know that I believe that you will be strong and get through this. You just need to believe in yourself and trust in The Lord and he will never leave you. Hang in there!!!

Lindsay, I do pray all works out for you. I wish you all the best. Your young and beautiful with a beautiful life ahead of you. Take care sweet lady and just know God will be there for you. . . always.

Dear Lindsey,
At this time in your life, I pray for you to just “be”, to know that you are God’s precious child, to let Him hold you close, draw you near to Him, and minister to every part of your being. I pray that the program will be very good for you. We are all human, as Natalie Grant shares in her song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZqYh2fP-Jc … Jesus came and took every burden, every sin that any of us ever committed when He died on the cross and rose again to provide a way for us to be forgiven. To have all guilt removed, and live with Him in true freedom and love here on earth and for eternity with Him in heaven. I can understand the pressures and temptations of being in the spotlight. He loves us so much and desires for our eyes to be on Him and away from ourselves, so we can truly live. I know it can take many of us a lifetime to learn this, as I am finding for myself. That you are able to face this at such a young age will be a blessing to you and others Lindsey. God is bigger than anything and He will rescue you as you can hold onto His hand and believe. With the faith of a mustard seed, He will move mountains. Praying so much for you and steps you are taking toward wholeness, Lindsey. You are an encouragement to me. Your friend in Christ, Cathy

Lindsey, a program of recovery doesn’t end when you leave treatment, that’s when it starts. I work in a treatment center and believe me, I see it all the time: people who don’t think they need to do what those of us in successful recovery programs do. 12 step programs have put millions of people on the path to productive, healthy and happier lives. Then there are the millions who didn’t want to do it. A lot of them can be found in hospitals, institutions, jails and cemeteries. The choice seems obvious to me. Find some winners and hang with them, leave the losers behind.

Owen
12 years and counting

I agree with Owen…just as life is day by day, so is sobriety, right priorities and freedom. That last word means alot to me, and we in this country take it for granted. Not only in political matters…we fail to realize that keeping ourselves “free” does not just belong to ourselves! Our freedom also ‘belongs’ to each person in our life who loves and cares for us…we need to be free…from life altering substances and circumstances, for their sakes, as well as our own! The word love is actually a verb, and describes the highest most noble kind of actions…My heart goes out to you, and I pray you will become not only free from drugs and drink, but from the pressures put onto young ladies today..the ones that suck from us without a return the things meant to nourish, the false expectations we are ‘told’ should be our major concerns……because it is only when we see why we do things that we can have strong enough convictions to follow up on the ‘what’ that we do….we will then stop those coping patterns, reactive patterns…Look into your heart, deeply, and with no shame, as there are no perfect people, and we all have fallen short…but with some compassion, and resolve to love better those that share your life…including yourself! God sees all the ‘whys’, and has compassion..and He has expectations of us to be that ‘seeker of truth’, not justifying away our lives. Sometimes the only way to do that, to start this process, is to rip us from what we have made familiar…why else would we even see the need for a new path? So this is your opportunity to do just that!
And the angels in heaven are holding their breath, waiting for your decision…will you create an occasion for them to yell wildly in joy, as you cross each hurdle before you? Or will you quit this race, causing them to sigh heavily, and say “Dang! Now she will have to face that same old hurdle, all over again!” But you take with you, either way, the hearts and hopes of each of us that care……………because your freedom really isn’t just your own! And as a public figure, as a beautiful, talented actress (which you are!) THAT”S an awful lot of hearts!

I Pray for you Lindsey in the name of Jesus, with eyes full of tears caring & feeling your struggle, be sure that you’re loved by many people around you, you’re accepted as you are, I don’t judge you for addiction, on the contrary; my heart feels the deep hunger for your need to unconditional love & respect, be strong & forget for a little what people will say about you; just focus on what you want for yourself & once you get out of this – and I’m sure you’ll do it- you’ll gain new experience, gaining new , bigger, deeper target & meaning for your life.. Jesus loves you 🙂

Lindsey, I know that with so much negative publicity out there, you may not know how many folks are really pulling for you. I just happen to be on Mr. Positive’s e-mail list, but you can’t even imagine how many more folks are out there praying for you and pulling for you. My daughter (who is about to turn 20) and I have been big fans for many, many years. We have enjoyed your work and have taken you into our hearts. We are praying for you today and want you to know that you can and WILL make it! In Jesus’ name…Walk in beauty!

Dear Lindsey, So many people have left valuable messages for you…listen and know that you are God’s special child!

You, Linsey, are “God’s Holy Vessel”! Each and every time you have to make a decision, go into “something of the spirit”. Choose the right path, EVERY TIME! What you fill your life with is so important and will determine if you ever become fulfilled. One of my favorite Bible verses if from Galations 5:22-23…It is regarding the “fruit of the spirit”…it reads as follows: The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, & self-control. (Against such things there is no law. God bless you and keep you safe and surrounded in His light and His love! Sincerely, Darlene Schoenfish

Dear Lindsey, as a mother who lost my beautiful daughter this year to an accidental overdose, I send you my prayers and a huge hug. We all need someone in our corner, and life can be very hard and disappointing, but it is such a precious thing. Keep your faith and believe what you hear in recovery. The world would not be the same without you. Leanne

Miss Lindsey-
May today there be peace within.
May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be .
May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith.
May you use those gifts that you have received, and pass on the love that has been given to you.
May you be content knowing you are a child of God. -Saint Theresa’s prayer

Dear Lindsey, you are a beautiful and talented young woman. Focus your mind on what you want and you will recover through this soon. You can do it. My thoughts are with you.

Dear Lindsey – you don’t know me – but share your pain – you can: ( my shoulders are broad ) = we are all connected in this universe & one persons pain is an others – I too struggle with a family that rejects & judges – to my detriment ( @ times ) – & was recently shattered to my core, by the 4 x teen gay suicides in the US – due to bullying & rejection – all they wanted was to be loved & accepted: ( for who they were ) – a human need we all have – but @ times we need to rise above external needs & wants & focus on internal nurturing & happiness: ( separate from the outside world ) ….. to truly love yourself for you ( warts & all ) – is key – u know ur worth = YES U KNOW THIS – FAITH is all you need – sometimes we must give up the reins to HIM – & let him drive the coach – there are no such things as mistakes – just lessons, to allow us to grow above & beyond ……… I wish you well = you have much you’ve yet to do …. I HAVE FAITH IN YOU !!!!

Dear Lindsey, I am 51 and in 2006 was able to turn my life over to Christ after doing drugs of one kind or another since I was 10 years old. No I did’nt start them on my own, but I sure was finally able to finish them. With the help of our Holy Father a lot of prayer and yes a therapist or two LOL ;>). Keep your Faith and remember that Nothing is Impossible if you Believe in Yourself and the Holy Father. My Prayers will be with you sweetie,be Strong!

Hi Lindsey,

I totally agree with Mr. Positive our human race loves to see the celebs fall down everyone thinks you are all super human, well reality we are all the same hard times good times etc…. My family hopes and prays for you to have a good recovery and enjoy life. Lindsey you are a strong person you can make it through all this. Stay strong and positive. : )

Hi Lindsey, As you can see we are all rooting for you, so hang in there, and know in your heart that all will be well. Consider this as part of, or the end of your karmic lessons, and you will be surprised how soon your burdens will be lifted. I know, I have been there and my lessons are now over. Yours will be too, very soon..Love yourself as much as we love you and Stay heart centered..

Lindsey,
I have put you on my daily prayer list and will be praying every day for you. God is able to do what we cannot do ourselves when we give up and surrender our will and lives to Him. I have seen this happen with a loved one of mine. Don’t give up and depend on Him! HE IS ABLE!!!

Dear Lindsey,
Just wanted to let you know that you have our love and support here in Prince Edward Island, Canada. You are loved all over the world.
We send our prayers and encouragement for your recovery.
God Bless!
Sue

Lindsey,
We all have choices and the strength to carry them through. God gives us strength and lights our path to step forward. Ask and it is given. Judgement may come from many but, pay no mind. Just look forward and see yourself healthy and happy and God watching over you. Sometimes it is hard to see when you are so far in. He is within you and will always be. The spirit of your beauty and strength to survive all of this will look brighter soon. I hope you can surround yourself with all the love pouring in and the energy of compassion fills your room and brightens your day so you do not feel alone. I hope the angels hold you up during these hard times.

Dear Lindsey You don’t know me but i care for you and Jesus cares for us. He will not let you down. I am praying for you. take courage it is free.
amen
Anu davey

God Bless you Lindsey, God/Jesus is with you and will carry you thru, just keep your eyes focused on Jesus, our Lord and Savior and He will see you thru!! There is no pit so deep or no mountain so high that God cannot bring you out of, so please know that we are praying for you and we have faith that God will deliver and heal you!! Please know that you have the Victory in Christ Jesus and that He alone is our Only Hope, Strength, Peace, Joy and Love!! God Bless you with complete healing and deliverance in Jesus Name! Luv you!! your sister in Christ, Jackie Chavez

You are such a talented, beautiful person! You can and will get through this challenging time of your life! I will keep you in my thoughts and send positive energy to you.

Hi Lindsey.
God bless you girl.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5-6.
Those are words that I have gone to many, many times for comfort. Use them, memorize them too, so you can also go to them whenever you need affirmation of God’s unfailing love for you.
You can rise above. You are worth it, and you are loved.
Wishing all the best, and all God’s blessings.
Hugs,
Ruth

Dearest Lindsey,

I can only imagine what you’re going through, and the pressures you face in your position. So I’m going to preface what I say with a story that perhaps gives me a little bit of perspective on what you’re facing. I hope it helps you as well.

I had a wonderful friend named Gavin who died last year, but he left behind a legacy of overcoming the most terrible obstacle to peace and happiness in the world: himself.

Twenty years prior to his death, he required emergency surgery to remove his gall bladder. He almost died on the operating table. That came on the heals of having been a severe alcoholic and drug addict since he was a young teenager. Fortunately, the gall bladder surgery was a wake-up call for him, and he managed to quit every one of his substance abuses cold turkey. Did he get religion? No. Was it divine intervention that made him awaken to the possibility of life without substance abuse? Possibly.

It’s true that he went on from that to take personal development courses (and eventually lead them many times) which further aided in his recovery. But aside from that, he basically decided that life presented many more opportunities to grow and be happy and make a difference if he could stay off drugs and alcohol.

One of the things he discovered during his recovery was that people really did love him. His family had become fed up with his dark, cynical negativity that manifested most strongly when he was high, and threatened to disown him if he didn’t stop. But when he did stop, they embraced him fully.

I realize that, in your position, sometimes it’s almost impossible to distinguish between those who really love you and the sycophants that seem to inevitably pop up in the lives of the rich and famous. But you must know that you are loved, no matter how it may appear otherwise; and the one person who has the greatest potential to love you with all her heart is YOU.

I think you’re a wonderful actress with a possibly long career ahead of you, if you choose to accept it. You always seem to be full of energy and passion, which are hallmarks of the greatest ones in your chosen field. You’re funny, brilliant, beautiful, and a lot tougher and more resilient than you may believe yourself to be. Maybe the only thing for you to do is learn how to accept what is, and know that pain is always temporary. Joy is temporary as well, but maybe there is a deeper, more long-lasting kind of joy that arises from accepting ALL of what life is, including the pain. Remember that “this too shall pass” applies to everyone and everything.

What it boils down to, as I see it, is this: You are loved; and one who is loved can overcome ANYTHING. The more you accept life with all of its joys as well as its often painful vicissitudes, the more access you will have to wholeness and peace. The more peaceful you are, the more passion that can be set free to express your prodigious natural talents, which are your biggest gifts to the world. Everyone wants to make a positive, life-affirming difference in the world. Your talents are just one avenue for that, but what a brilliant, abundant avenue it is! Please, consider these words and all others from your well-wishers. Accept them, and go forth into a new life. I for one would love to see what happens for you on the other side of where you are.

Dear Lindsey,

Never give up on yourself. the tough times will pass. Just believe in yourself and you will find the strength. You are what you are inside not what the media makes of you. Take care.

Rosemary

On August 14, 2007 I was released from prison after having served over 37 years in 17 prisons across the state of New York. My story of rehabilitation and redemption was recently shown all over the world on the 700 Club. Please look at the video and share it with others in hopes of preventing them from doing what I and many of the people currently in prison have done to get there.

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=jerry+balone&search_type=y

Lindsey,

I have been on the same trail you are on. We all are different and have different “reasons” for trying to self destruct. One night I was totally by myself, and with myself, surrounded by the objects of the success I had created, wasted. My little inner light came on and I asked myself: “why am I continually trying to self-destruct? I looked into my past and my self programming and realized that I was not supposed to be successful in my line of work (which I loved), but was supposed to have been successful in the medical field as my family had programmed me to be.
Since I had become overwhelmingly successful in a field that I loved I had continually tried to self destruct.

The awakening to this truth allowed me to forgive myself for my success and then go on with MY life and enjoy it without trying to destroy myself.
From that moment on I actually loved myself and have enjoyed my successes.

Again, we all have our reasons.

Lindsey, look deeply and ask YOURSELF: “what am I so afraid of that I would try to destroy myself?” Only YOU know.

The WAY is within.

YOU are AWESOME.

The love of the universe is with you!

Lindsay I want you to know that there is a higher power. Someone you can turn to in your darkest hours and that someone is Jesus. He has promised never to leave us nor forsake us and he says he will stick closer to you than a brother, you just have to open up your heart and trust him. He can heal your addictions and set you on the part to real living in this life just pray and give him your heart. I am a living testimony that Jesus lives and that he cares.

I will be praying for you and I trust that you will give your life to Christ before it is to late. You will find no better life in this world than a life in Christ. Remember when money and friends fail you Jesus never fails and when you have tried everything and everything fail you, try Jesus. Love you and God bless.

Hello Lindsey
I too have been thru the pain and suffering of addiction.I still struggle today as a man 55 yrs old.I been thru rehab 3 times .You llearn more each trip thru .If i could give you 1 piece of advice it would be this

Forever is not too long a time to quit drink / drugs. You will find it easy if you look ahead one day at a time.
Its not a cure just a hope for life every day , one day at a time
jj

Lindsay, I want to encourage you and wish you the best! I’ve followed you for a long time and you’ve always been one my most favorite actresses. You are so talented and I know the pressure of you career and life must be unimaginable. I’m a recovering addict and the journey is long and ever changing, but please know you are in my prayers. Please remember that for 1 person that is criticizing you there are 1,000,000 cheering for you. You can do it, one day at a time. Take this time to get yourself well and focus on the positive. Best of luck to you, Lindsay, you can beat this ugly disease!! XOXO

Hi Lindsay,
Just want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you embark on this difficult part of your journey to be addiction free.
I believe that our Higher Power has a plan for each of us- and this is exactly where your supposed to be for today.
The first part of healing for me was acceptance, the second was to develop a strong relationship with my higher power(whom I choose to call God) and admit that my life was unmanageable and I was powerless over the addiction.
Your higher power will provide you with the strength and courage you need to overcome this. I have found in my life that during the times when I felt the lowest- these are truly the times when I grew the most spiritually and emotionally.
You are a beautiful person who has such a gift to share with the world.
I sincerely hope and pray that you will find peace and serenity. I also pray that you will always be given the courage and faith that we all need to become the person we want to be. You go girl- you can do it!! Hugs and take good care of yourself,
Love
Sharon

Lindsay,

Forget about everyone else and do this for you. You are a good person inside and deserve to be free of all of this. I am sad that you are struggling but know many, many people that have recovered and have a great, free, happy life. Good luck!

Lindsay,

forget the past, forgive yourself, forever strong, for certain you can …. for all your loved ones.

from all good people around the world.

xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

Lindsey – as you can see from the many notes, addiction is a very common problem. The great thing is, there are also very common and workable solutions! I didn’t really want to quit my addictions, but there was a point where I was sick and tired of being sick and tired. Besides, I don’t have to think of quitting as forever – JUST FOR TODAY. Focus on your treatment as a gift, open yourself to the possibility of a life free of chemicals so that the lovely person you are can shine through the dark. We are pulling for you!

Lindsay, trust in the Lord and he will give you the strength you need to say no to the addictions that try to control you. God is stronger than any addiction and CAN and WILL help you.

You are in my thoughts and prayers. One thing for sure is that God knew you were strong enough to bear this burden and to overcome it. Submit your will to God and he’ll carry you through.

Lots of Love
Paulien

A Planet of Attraction?

A planet of attraction
With a plan of action
Appears to lead my every move.

Is this all scripted
Then encrypted
Into my own little private groove?

A free will roaming
Never come homing
Can only tell me I’m all alone.

Separation, that’s the key
To insure there’s always a me
It’s ego calling me my home.

My source says “No!
There’s no place to go.
I Am the Way, that’s all there is.”

“A part of Me
You’ll always be”.
Without a Him there is no His.

The time I see
Is entropy;
The Universal rate of decay.

My senses lie
And say that I
Am the reason for today.

Since I perceive
And then believe
I am the center of all I see,

It stands to reason
This is my season
And all of this is about me.

Oh please, ego
Kindly let me go
Back to where I’ve always been.

Johnny Blakely
August 15th, 2008

Dear Linsey
Please count your blessing!you can do it girl…
GOD wil help you,nothing is impossible…miracles happen also to you.sorry my english is not good,but i hope you understand me.life is to short,make the best of your life…ur gifted,smart and beautiful,u have a great future,don,t throw away…you are a creature of GOD!his child…take this chances…make a new start…everyone desearved a new start…so do you…only you can changes ur life.and one day you will be glad that you have what you realy want in your heart…money can,t buy love…i,am born in Indonesie know u from tv and media.please Linsey there are people who loves you…take this chances…weall make mistakes,but only you can changes it.and no one else…keep the faith and believe..you.ll gonna make it…life is wonderful…
see this like a experiences and learn from it…i know there is a reason why you did this…life can be cruel..but believe me ..i have faith in you,and you can do it!keep the faith and count ur blessings,you.ll see ..one day you can help others to support them,coz you,ve been trough your own experiences.the only people can help others by their own experiences.GO FOR IT! you can…
the world get messed up…GOD give us everything…The Lord give us his life on the cross for us.without GOD i,ll never survive in my life.He is my life…i know ,only you feel in ur heart,but GOD see trough ur heart…u worth it.He will help you…i.am far away from you ,but i send you my prayers and lith a candle for you.hopefuly it will helps you,to be the sprankle intelligent lovely Lindsey as you are before.GOD bless you!Get well Lindsey…
Take care and make a better life… u worth it!!!
With love and kindest regards,Rose
from the netherlands

We know we all must carry our own cross but with faith we also know that God will see us through. Don’t give up or give in. Just let go and let God!

We are praying for you Lindsey!
We want the very best God has for you.
God’s very best….

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “ plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.”

Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
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HI!
Some humor for you and those helping you.
Larry in Montana

Medical Humor

A man comes into the ER and yells, “My wife’s going to have her baby in the cab!” I grabbed my stuff, rushed out to the cab, lifted the lady’s dress, and began to take off her underwear. Suddenly I noticed that there were several cabs, and I was in the wrong one.
Dr. Mark MacDonald, San Antonio, TX

At the beginning of my shift I placed a stethoscope on an elderly and slightly deaf female patient’s anterior chest wall. “Big breaths,” I instructed. “Yes, they used to be,” remorsefully replied the patient.
Dr. Richard Byrnes, Seattle, WA

One day I had to be the bearer of bad news when I told a wife that her husband had died of a massive myocardial infarct. Not more than five minutes later, I heard her reporting to the rest of the family that he had died of a “massive internal fart.”
Dr. Susan Steinberg, Manitoba, Canada

I was performing a complete physical, including the visual acuity test.
I placed the patient twenty feet from the chart and began, “Cover your right eye with your hand.” He read the 20/20 line perfectly. “Left.” Again, a flawless read. “Now both,” I requested. There was silence. He couldn’t even read the large letter on the top line. I turned and discovered that he had done exactly what I had asked; he was standing there with both his eyes covered. I was laughing too hard to finish the exam.
Dr. Matthew Theodropolous, Worcester, MA

During a patient’s two week follow-up appointment with his cardiologist, he informed me, his doctor, that he was having trouble with one of his medications. “Which one?” I asked. “The patch. The nurse told me to put on a new one every six hours and now I’m running out of places to put it!”
I had him quickly undress and discovered what I hoped I wouldn’t see.Yes, the man had over fifty patches on his body! Since this incident, the instructions now include removal of the old patch before applying a new one.
Dr. Rebecca St. Clair, Norfolk, VA

While acquainting myself with a new elderly patient, I asked, “How long have you been bedridden?” After a look of complete confusion she answered “Why, not for about twenty years — when my husband was alive.
Dr. Steven Swanson, Corvallis, O

I was caring for a woman from Kentucky and asked, “So, how’s your breakfast this morning?” “It’s very good, except for the Kentucky Jelly. I can’t seem to get used to the taste,” the patient replied. I then asked to see the jelly and the woman produced a foil packet labeled “KY Jelly.”
Dr. Leonard Kransdorf, Detroit, MI

And Finally . . . . . A new, young MD when doing his residency in OB,was quite embarrassed performing female pelvic exams. To cover his embarrassment he had unconsciously formed a habit of whistling. The middle aged lady upon whom he was performing this exam suddenly burst out laughing and further embarrassed him. He looked up from his work and sheepishly said, “I’m sorry. Was I tickling you?” She replied, “No doctor, but the song you were whistling was “I wish I was an Oscar Meyer Wiener.”

Colonoscopie humor:

A physician claims these are actual comments from his patients made while he was performing colonoscopies:

1. “Take it easy, Doc, you’re boldly going where no man has gone before.”

2. “Find Amelia Earhart yet?”

3. “Can you hear me NOW?”

4. “Oh boy, that was sphincterrific!”

5. “Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?”

6. “You know, in Arkansas, we’re now legally married.”

7. “Any sign of the trapped miners, Chief?”

8. “You put your left hand in, you take your left hand out. You do the Hokey Pokey….”

9. “Hey! Now I know how a Muppet feels!”

10.”If your hand doesn’t fit, you must acquit!”

11. “Hey, Doc, let me know if you find my dignity.”

12. “You used to be an executive at Enron, didn’t you?”

13. “Could you write me a note for my wife, saying that my head is not, in fact, up there?”

Dear Lindsay,
I have followed the tabloid stories about your life of partying & drug use.You are a talented actress & I pray that you will be able to kick the habit for good this time. Surround yourself with good, clean, caring & christian friends . Join a support group & most of all stay away from your partying friends> This is where you seem to fall down & backslide. As I Christian I am putting you on my prayerlist for permanent recovery.Please do not refuse my caring about you.I look forward to seeing you in the movies!

Dear Lindsey,
Your Brothers & Sisters in Christ all over the WORLD are rooting for you and we know you can do it. Love conquers all. You are special and God has a purpose for you. Even if friends & family abandon us, God NEVER will.That’s the Truth, whatever your beliefs are. We Love you and more importantly God loves you and wants the Best for you. Pray and trust God and just do your best and let God do the Rest.
God Bless you Lindsey!

Hi again Lindsey,
Just wanna let you know that you are not alone in this fight. Remember that we cannot fill a glass that is full. It needs to be empty before it can be filled up. like wise, we need to empty all our troubles and burdens to the Lord be for he can fill us up with the Better Things in life and he only wants to give us the BEST!.He is with you at all times and is just waiting for you to call upon him.
“The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.” Exodus 14:14
Be Blessed Lindsey!!

Dear Lindsay L,

I just wanna assure you that we fully understand tat u r a human jus wanting something. i fully hope this msg and other msgs like this one conveys our deep thots and prayers for u and shows that people all over the world want to see you recover and go back to your greatness. V truly deeply care for u. take care and wish to hear yr fast recovery soon. i love u, i am sorry, plse forgive me, thank you.

Get help for every part of your broken personalities.
God helped me to become whole, but make sure you can find a person who understands about fractured pieces of you, then you can heal from addiction.
I trust the clinic can help but if not look up grantley morris on the website he is a christian hope this helps
Bless you

Hello Lindsay,

I wish you much success in your recovery. I believe you want to get better, and be better for yourself and your family. This time you can do it. You’re a beautiful and talented person. You have your whole life ahead of you. Don’t let a past mistakes prevent you from moving forward. All the best.

You are a beautiful person Lindsay. All of us make mistakes and do things we aren’t proud of. What you choose to do about them will be what the rest of your life is about. Choose wisely. You can become stronger every single day, and resilient.

Learn from the past to create a future that is fulfilling, joy-filled, and is what you uniquely want for yourself. Give to others and it will return to you tenfold. Be grateful for all the blessings in your life, and the opportunities. Use your God-given talents. You have many. Do what lights you upside- those are your passions.

Know that you can create a support group to help you through the challenges you face. We all need hugs, love, and solid advice from others. Mastermind groups are powerful and can be life-changing as everyone in them participates.

Practice daily self-care. Spend some quiet time alone to just be and think without distractions. Learn to meditate and exercise in a way that you enjoy. Smile,laugh, and love. Give and receive hugs. Work on your relationships, especially with your family.Spend time in nature and with animals and plants regularly. Healing can take place in your life if you allow it to.

Lindsay,

People are so hoping that you can succeed in
kicking drugs. You are a wonderful person and
my family loves to watch your movies. We send
our love and prayers that you will soon be
able to exist without drugs. We love you!

Sandy & Family

Lyndsay I have been where you are. Know that God bringing you to Betty Ford because you are his miracle. He wants you to feel joy and happiness again so he brought you here.

I know it is hard to feel like a miracle when the world is watching and waiting to see what you do. But know that the good side of the world is praying for your continued recovery.

You are stronger than you realize and that you will thank God someday for letting you land safely at Betty Ford.

You are loved by many.

peace,

Anjie

Dear Ms. Lohan,
I have been thinking about you and what you have been through, I look back and I see myself living the same ordeal. But you have to believe in yourself, you have to have faith in a Higher power, you have to have confidence in the fact that you are not the only one, that you are not alone, that you have thousands of people praying for your recovery. Just remember 1 day at a time, if 24 hours sound too long, make it 12, or 6 or just 1.
You are a very talented person.
Remember this:You have to believe in miracles because you are a miracle.

Hi Lindsay,
You can do it! With God’s help, one day at a time! I’m a 28 yr old Canadian chick who has prayed for you for over two years. When I was twelve I prayed to God, God if you are real show me. He then put people in my life that showed me such love. Their love introduced me to Him and His Son Jesus. Jesus/God are there just waiting you to talk with them like you do a friend.
I think that you will have such an opportunity to influence this world for good. Dream big and may your dreams come true! Hang on to hope!
Much love!
Christine

lindsey,

Transformation doesn’t happen unless you’re
willing. It’s YOUR CHOICE.

I’m grateful you have these opportunities to transform yourself and then show the world how being sober is an authentic life beyond what you ever dreamed.

Yes, it’s the most difficult action I ever did and continue to do because of 2 things: My life is so worth it. I am so worth it.

I have 18 years of sobriety and it is a life of TRUTH, LOVE, HOPE, RESPECT, AND THATS JUST IN THE BEGINNING……THERE’S EVEN MORE PRECIOUS AND VALUABLE GIFTS…GO FOR IT!!

We are all equal and we all need each other in prayer and faith. Please BELIEVE and let your SPIRIT and SELF let GO and KNOW that there is A SPIRITUAL POWER outside yourself that WILL GUIDE YOU. Open your mind, your heart and give it your best to make a COMMITMENT to YOURSELF…LOVE n HUGS…Praying for your STRENGTH to FEEL the LOVE that SURROUNDS you. Feel the Pain, Grow through your Tears and Let those POSITIVE INFLUENCES keep you SAFE until you regain and rebuild YOUR LOVE of yourself…..STAY STRONG…. Sharon

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