Ask your doctor if SPAGARD is right for you

Hello, my name is Greg Taylor, and I have ARD. A lot of people are suffering these days from ARD: Attention Requirement Disorder.

Notably, ministers often crave attention, recognition and affirmation and therefore "suffer" from ARD. But ministers aren't the only ones who contract ARD. Artists, writers, bloggers, doctors, teachers and those in many other vocations and stations in life can all potentially have ARD.

You may have ARD if you do the following:

  • Check your email often, many times looking for affirmation of your ideas and proposals
  • Constantly look for affirmation from spouse, boss, co-workers, even from children
  • Require compliments on your accomplishments in order to feel proud of them
  • Always asking for feedback from everyone regarding things you say, teach, preach, do, and participate in.

    Granted, some people are loved with words of affirmation rather than other forms of love such as touch, acts of service, and gift-giving, but any of the ways we feel love can potentially lead to ARD.

    Can we medicate ARD? No, but we can treat it. Ask your doctor if SPAGARD is right for you. S-P-A-G-A-R-D helps sooth those inflamed attention requirement glands and settle you down to work without anxiously seeking affirmation from your peers and loved ones. A daily regimen of SPAGARD gives ARD sufferers these daily requirements in order to overcome:

  • Solitude
  • Prayer
  • Attend to others
  • Give without others knowing
  • Accomplish work without affirmation at every turn and learning to feel satisfied with a job well done and not the words "well done" from anyone but God the Father
  • Run to God for building identity
  • Do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with your God

    S-P-A-G-A-R-D . . . ask your doctor if it's right for you. Do it for all the loved ones in your life.

  • GeneralGreg Taylor