At the time I did the IP, it WAS a full time job. 17 hour days, to be exact. My biggest conflicts while doing the IP was the expense and my family's expectations that I would remain a full time Mommy/housewife while on the program. Sorry, no can do both.
I think you bring up a great point that needs to be discussed, Anja. The full-blown Incurables Program is for people who have been diagnosed with an "incurable" disease (cancer, ALS, AIDS, etc) which threatens to KILL THEM if they don't change their ways in a HUGE hurry. Many of the people who came to see Dr. Schulze and Christopher were already supposed to be dead. Dr. Schulze said it was a miracle they were still alive. Some he helped save, and for some, it was just their time to go. I've read stories, Anja, where Dr. Schulze brought a juicer into hospital rooms and had patients drink (force feed???) carrot juice mixed with Superfood all day long and in four days they were sitting up visiting with relatives. There are all kinds of stories where nasty tumors fell off or out in three weeks time. Then with others, the healing took a lot longer.
The IP really works for a lot of dedicated people, but many of us are locked into our jobs or we don't have anybody who wants to help us get well (an awful truth). My advise is "find a way to do what you CAN do." That is, if you really want to heal naturally. Otherwise, you'll have to go the medical route, which is your (plural, meaning "anybody's) choice, of course. I think there are a bunch of readers on this forum who would love to do the IP, but they don't see how it's possible. Even for those who have done it and posted here, it has been hard to take off more than a month of work.
I have a full time job now. I work from home, and love my job. One of the things I'd like to do is figure out, and post tips, on how a working individual CAN adopt the Natural Healing lifestyle. Maybe we can get a bunch of folks in on this aspect of it- to try to make the IP less time consuming and yet more effective. I bet as a community we can do it.
So don't limit yourself, Anja. With you telecommuting as a medical transcriptionist as you do, you might actually be in a better position to assist others than you think. :) I promise you, that when there's a will, there's a way.