Monday, July 2, 2018

The Benefits of Taking Our Court-Ordered Courses


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For a first-time offense, a judge will often order you to complete an education course instead of ordering jail time or hefty fines. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn something and to change your behavior in a positive way. A court-ordered course, like our decision-making course, can give you a new lease on life.
You are More than a Number
We are dedicated to providing friendly and compassionate customer service, and our testimonials show that. We are professional, courteous, and welcoming every time you speak with us. Our goal is to be patient and understanding so that you can achieve your goals.
Our Programs are User-Friendly
We know that not everyone who takes our courses is tech-savvy, so we do our best to make sure that our program is intuitive and user-friendly. If you have any difficulties taking your course, you can always reach out to us for help.
No Hidden Fees
We are much more affordable than our competition, and there are no hidden fees. Almost all of our courses start as low as $25, and some are even as low as $10. Court fees and fines are expensive and can leave you in an unstable financial position. That’s why we do everything we can to ensure that our courses are affordable.
Your Documents are Accepted in Court
Our courses are 99.9% guaranteed to be accepted in court in all 50 states. Our courses are designed to fill all court requirements so that you can get everything you need to succeed.
But don’t take our word for it – check out our testimonials and see what our customers are saying.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Our New Weapons Safety Course

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If you are found in possession of an illegal weapon, a judge may order you to take a weapons safety course. Here at AIC. American Integrity Courses, we are now proud to say that we offer such a course! Starting at just $25, you can complete your course and instantly receive the documents you need for court all from the comfort of your home, or anywhere you can access the internet.
Receive a Better Sentence
When you are ordered by a judge to complete a course, it is often done in exchange for a lighter sentence or a dismissal of a case. Completing an educational course shows the judge that you are willing to correct your behavior. If you are a first-time offender, it is always better to opt for the class instead of fines or jail time.
User-Friendly Courses Designed for You
Our court-ordered courses are user-friendly and affordable. No matter how tech-savvy you are (or aren’t!) you can complete this weapons safety course with ease. Our course applies to illegal weapons charges in any state, so you can be sure that your documents will be accepted in court.
We Want You to Succeed
We design our courses to meet your needs. At AIC. American Integrity Courses we want you to succeed. That’s why we create courses that will be accepted in 99.9% of courts. Contact us today for more information. 

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Demonstrating Your Willingness to Change


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Drug use and alcoholism ruins the lives of your loved ones. Even if your spouse or partner chooses not to leave, you simply owe it to your family to do better. By taking the initiative to prove your willingness to change, you’ll have a happier future to look forward to.
Enroll in Classes
Completing an online drug and alcohol course will show your commitment to making a change - and since you can take the classes online, you won’t have to worry about missing work or rearranging your schedule. By the end of the course, you’ll have a personalized certificate of completion to prove you’re taking the steps to get better.
Sign Up for Therapy
Therapists who specialize in addiction recovery can often help people set empowering short-term goals as they work to overcome their addiction. Your loved one may prove more forgiving when she hears you’ve been attending sessions to save your relationship.
Evaluate Your Inner Circle
If you have friends or other family members who partake in drugs and alcohol, the pressure to join can be troubling. However, if your friends never called you out when your behavior became dangerous (or even pushed you to use more), they are likely contributing to your addiction. Real friends will support your decision to create a healthy, productive and sober lifestyle - even if it isn’t a choice they are ready to make for themselves right now.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Children and Domestic Violence

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Domestic violence does not only affect the partner being abused; it can also pose serious effects on any children living in the home. As you already know, exposure to domestic violence poses a serious threat to a child’s psychological and physical well-being. Whether a child is exposed to the act of domestic violence through physical abuse or by observation, they can become emotionally traumatized – and eventually, desensitized to the abuse.
Research has proven that many perpetrators of domestic abuse have either been abused as children or witnessed abuse at home. While domestic violence can affect children in different ways, the exposure is typically traumatic.
Domestic violence can have the following effects on a child:

·         Constant fear and anxiety
·         Nightmares and sleeplessness
·         Aggression
·         Difficulty concentrating
·         Depression
·         PTSD
Both long and short-term effects of domestic violence can be prevented when there is intervention from resources such as social workers and educational programs. However, these resources will be less than helpful if the violence continues. Domestic abuse counseling or anger management courses will be required for the perpetrator. To lead you and your child on the right path to a healthy, fulfilled life, learn more about our online anger management course today at AmericanIntegrityCourses.com.

Recognizing the Signs of Domestic Violence


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Domestic violence is not always “in your face.” Whenever you hear of a woman who was killed or severely injured by an abusive partner, you probably ask, “Why didn’t she just leave?” The answer isn’t that simple. If you think you may be in an abusive relationship, here are some identifiable characteristics you can use:
Your Behavior
The first question you need to ask is if you are afraid of your partner. No healthy relationship involves fear. If you walk on eggshells to avoid provoking them, then that is a clear sign that your relationship is abusive. If you feel like you can’t do anything right in their eyes, if you feel numb and helpless, or if you are starting to wonder if maybe you’re crazy and making the whole thing up, you are most likely being abused.
Their Behavior
If your partner is abusive, they will fall into a few familiar behavioral patterns. Do they go out of their way to humiliate or criticize you? Do they ignore or belittle your accomplishments or opinions? Do they blame you for the way they treat you? These are all signs of an abusive partner. They may also:
·         Have an unpredictable temper.
·         Hurt you, or threaten to hurt you.
·         Threaten to hurt themselves if you leave.
·         Destroy your belongings.
·         Act excessively jealous or possessive.
·         Control where you go or what you do.
·         Check up on you constantly.
·         Isolate you from your friends and family.
Abuse is not always physical. Some abusers rely on psychological abuse to torment their victims. Know the signs, and know when to get out. If you can talk to a family member or close friend about what is happening, they can arrange to get you out while your partner is not home.
AIC. American Integrity Courses offers a court-ordered domestic violence online course for abusers who need to end their abusive behavior. Contact us today at AmericanIntegrityCourses.com to get started and break the cycle of abuse.

Four Ways to Fight Addiction

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Addiction is a dangerous thing, and it is challenging to break free. Here are some things that you can do to help you break the vicious cycle of addiction.
Get Some Friends
One of the worst things you can do as a recovering addict is isolate yourself. Being alone with your thoughts for too long can make fighting addiction almost impossible. Make an effort to spend more time with sober friends or family members. Surround yourself with positive people who care about you. They will remind you every day that things will get better if you keep fighting.
Get a Sponsor
Being held accountable to someone can motivate you to make positive changes in your life. Many twelve-step programs provide addicts with a sponsor who mentors them and helps guide them towards a better life.
Predict Weak Spots
If you pay attention, you can find the things that trigger you to use drugs or alcohol. Are there specific times of day, certain places, or even specific people that trigger you? Try to avoid those places, people, or activities and replace them with something else. If you want to quit smoking and find that you always crave a cigarette when you have your morning coffee, it’s time to find a different morning routine.  Sometimes shifting around your everyday routine is enough to shake off an addiction. Focus on breaking negative patterns in your life.
Put Effort into Your Court Ordered Course
Many people who get into trouble with substance abuse are ordered to take courses by a judge. Take this opportunity to put as much effort into the courses as possible and make a positive change. You can find online substance abuse courses at AmericanIntegrityCourses.com. 

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Could Your Impulsive Decision-Making Be Related to Anxiety?


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If you have been ordered by a judge to take a decision-making course, you may be wondering how you got to this point. What is it inside of you that causes you to make poor decisions? Your impulsive decision-making could actually stem from deeply rooted anxiety.
Overthinking Leads to Desperation
Anxiety disorders are often characterized by overthinking. You may think that this means you think longer and harder about each decision you make, but this can actually have the opposite effect. As your anxiety mounts, it can create desperation. When you are desperate, you may make the wrong decision in the heat of the moment just to try and get relief from the anxiety.
Controlling Impulsivity with Anxiety Treatment
If you constantly make impulsive decisions due to anxiety, you may be able to improve your decision-making skills by first treating your anxiety disorder. Sometimes this requires medication, but there are other ways to keep anxiety down:
  • Exercise – Burning off energy can help you tone down anxiety which can lead to making better decisions. The endorphins released by exercise can help you feel happier overall as well.
  • Stay Busy – Keep your schedule full of mentally distracting things, channeling your energy into areas other than anxiety. Pick up a new hobby like puzzles, crochet, reading, or hiking.

If you feel like anxiety is running your life and leading you to make impulsive decisions, you should consult a psychologist. They can help you create healthy coping mechanisms for your anxiety, and provide medication if necessary.