Unhealthy Relationships in Addiction
One of our graduates talks about how he was unfaithful and constantly lied to his ex. Over time the relationship deteriorated. Lying, cheating, and treating one another poorly is detrimental to a healthy relationship.
Understanding Meth Addiction
Methamphetamine has been around for almost one hundred and thirty years and has done nothing but create problems. Many don’t realize how dangerous and deadly meth is. Here we talk about the dangers of meth and how one of our graduates got his life back thanks to Narconon.
Crippling Debt and Addiction
When someone is struggling with addiction, a key thing they will also be struggling with is their finances. One of our graduates tells his story of his addiction and how it led him to financial ruin.
Common Myths About Addiction
There are many myths you hear when talking about addiction. Here is a break down of some of these myths. Knowing this could be important to understanding a loved ones addiction.
Mommy Wine Culture
The Mommy Wine Culture has become well known and advertised as fun and okay. Yet these moms may not realize the message they are sending and how this can impact their children.
Are Functioning Addicts Actually Functional?
Everyone comes from different walks of life. That being said, anyone can be an addict and there is no stereotypical version of what an addict should look like or be in society. There are many addicts, some you would never know unless you paid very close attention. Those people are what we call functioning addicts.
The Slippery Slope of Cocaine Addiction
Cocaine addiction is a slippery slope and it can easily suck someone in, making them think they have it under control when really they don’t. One of our graduates tells her story of how she slipped into addiction and realized death was not the only way out.
The Truth Will Set You Free
While struggling with addiction, we also struggle to tell the truth. Not only do we struggle with being honest with others, but with ourselves as well. With our lies, we try to protect our loved ones, but in the end, we’re only hurting them and ourselves.
Overcoming Feelings of Depression and Addiction
One reason people drink or use drugs is they feel depressed and are seeking an escape. One of our graduates opens up and tells her story of overcoming her depression and how she learned to live a happy life without drugs or alcohol.
Understanding Why Drugs Control Addicts
Growing up, a schedule of extracurricular activities controlled me. Slowly, over time, drugs started controlling my schedule and eventually my life.