I have been coming here since 2009 and always enjoyed their service of an hour long massage ($48). I have never had an issue with the couple who runs the store in the mall until the last two visits which I was robbed an hour and 10 minutes of massage time. I found an old gift certificate from 2010 which I wanted to redeem; anyone who knows the place knows that each gift certificate is labeled "good for one year". When I went in I asked if they could still honor it and the lady, who was the only one there at the time, [to make a long story short] said no because her store policy which is stated on her gift certificates are only good for one year. I did my research before I went in so I knew that Massachusetts State Law says gift cards/certificates are liable to be redeemed for up to 7 years. I tried explaining this to her by pulling up the law on my smart phone and she still angrily refused to honor it. I walked over to mall services and explained my case, they got on the phone with someone who worked in the offices within the mall and informed me someone will be over there in a moment and to head back. The lady who came over from the offices had printed out the statement about how State Law gift cards/certificates can be redeemed up to 7 years and explained they had to honor it. The Lady still argued that it was only good for one year which is store policy etc. etc. and argued with the lady from the offices for a good five minutes. She finally said I'll give you 20 free minutes (to get us I would imagine out of her hair) and I stupidly accepted just to not deal with them anymore that day.I still had 1 more hour long gift card (that I received this past year at Christmas) so I decided to use it the next day so then I could not deal with them anymore period. I went in and with no issues they started to give me a massage, a gentleman came in 20 or so minutes later and the lady giving me the massage said she will be with him in 10 minutes. It did not click until that 10 minutes was up that she stopped and said it was done. I informed her I had a hour long massage and she went back to her yesterday mood and said no, pulled out the gift card (which was scribbled on now) and said "no, only 30 minutes". I had enough of them so I just left.So back to the review, like I first stated I had always enjoyed coming in a few times a year for the service of an hour long massage, never had any issues with either one who works there until this last issue which is why I give them 2 stars out of 5. I would highly recommend supporting your local massage therapist before coming here.
Sheryl Chase is a crook do not use her to manage your properties unless you want to go bankrupt. I used chase management for 9 months and paid more for maintenance than I had in a 3 year time frame. They nickel and dime you with fees and expenses. They bill for excessive hours worked for maintenance or repairs, including mileage and travel time. I had driven by and saw them at my property and when they left but when I got my bill, the time was double the time they were there working. They create unnecessary repairs and maintenance for themselves then surprise you with a large invoice at the end of the month, cutting into your profits. Now that I switched management companies, I've become profitable again. They also will leave your rental units vacant and not fill the units. Although Sheryl has a horrendous unprofessional appearance, I gave her a chance and regret every moment.
Is there a National Library of Addictions ????????????? MAD DOG aka Punyamurtula Kishore MD 2020. The mysterious National Library of Addictions? Of all the libraries in all the world, which is the most addictive — and the most mysterious? Perhaps it’s The National Library of Addictions. This addictive entity is located in Brookline, Massachusetts. Founded by Punyamurtula S. Kishore, M.D., M.P.H., it is said to be “an intellectual gathering place for health care professionals and community members.” The institution is little known to the library-loving public, and information about it is scarce. Many questions present themselves. What addictions are kept in the library’s collection, and which of them are available for use by the public? Which of these addictions can be taken out on loan? Is there a children’s room, or is the library open only to adults? Bibliophiles note with pleasure that the library appears to own at least one book.
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National Library Of Addictions BackgroundNational Library Of Addictions Interests & ActivitiesA multidisciplinary educational and research resource for information and discussion about addictions and for developing more effective treatments of addictions. Sobriety Enhancement Ambassador Program Mother Power Common Ground Jesse Jones Award International Sword & Shield Award Nathaniel Hakim Askia Lifetime Achievement Award Model Program Award Addiction Law Library ~Bridging the gap between the academic health care community and the needs of the local community.
The National Library of Addictions is an intellectual gathering place for health care professionals and community members who are working to overcome the effects of addictions.The Library serves as an educational institute, research facility, and neutral gathering place for individuals, families, and communities affected by addictions. Founded in 1993 by Dr. Punyamurtula S. Kishore to support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addictions professionals to exchange ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.