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Aaron in Addiction
July 11, 2019

How Enabling Starts and How to Stop

When you have a kid, you want them to have the best possible life they can have. Many parents will help their kids financially, yet this behavior gets complicated when your child begins to struggle with substance abuse.

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Aaron in Addiction
July 3, 2019

How Border Towns Suffer from Prescription Drug Trafficking

If you’re a prescription pill addict , supporting your habit is tough. You have your drug dealers and people who get their drugs prescribed to them by doctors and then sell them to addicts.

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Aaron in Success Story
June 27, 2019

Beating My Addiction

I grew up in Loretto, Texas and had a good childhood. I had a great family and grew up in a nice neighborhood. I remember going to a soccer game in Monterrey when I was four. It was with my dad and my mom and my aunts and uncles. The whole family was there.

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Aaron in Success Story
June 24, 2019

I Got My Life Back from Addiction

Narconon has a unique approach to handling addiction and does not believe you have to be an addict for the rest of your life.

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Aaron in Success Story
June 22, 2019

Putting My Dark Past behind Me

I received a lot of benefits from the Narconon program. I came for alcohol abuse and went directly to the withdrawal unit. I had a short stay there because I was clean when I came in, however I recognized the importance of this step to observe me for a couple of days and check my medical condition .

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Aaron in Family Help
June 19, 2019

What’s the Point of “Tough Love”?

Trying to get help for someone struggling with addiction can be challenging and quite frankly a headache sometimes. If you have ever reached out for advice on how to deal with someone you know who is addicted, you may have heard of using “tough love”. What exactly does that mean though?

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Aaron in Success Story
June 13, 2019

How I Ended Up an Addict

Like most people, I messed around in high school and experimented with smoking pot and drinking alcohol at parties. Things really started to get more intense in college because at that point, I would basically just party every day. I thought it was no big deal at the time.

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In the Midst of a Crisis, How to Handle an Overdose

Someone you love or are close to passes out. Their lips are turning blue and they are lethargic or non-responsive. You know they struggle with substance abuse and suspect an overdose, but you do not have Narcan. What do you do? Obviously call an ambulance.

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Aaron in Drug Awareness
May 20, 2019

New Dangerous Syndrome from Marijuana

I am sure this will become wildly debated as proponents for marijuana legality and use are very vocal. With this in mind, we are going to explore cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome or CHS , a syndrome that manifests from marijuana use after years of regular marijuana use.

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A Letter from a Loving Wife

Losing someone you love is one of the worst things that can happen to a person, especially when you lose someone you spend every day with, and when they lose their life at a young age. With the opiate epidemic in full swing, this happens to families across the country each day.

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