My New Life
Before I arrived at Narconon, I was absolutely miserable. I honestly thought I would do drugs until they killed me. There was no other option for me, with the exception of going to Narconon for treatment.
I first became aware I was finally making a positive change shortly after the New Life Detoxification program. I felt so much healthier, and I was building good habits. Life continued to get better as I went through the program.
The relationship with my family is better than its ever been. I have established a super positive line of communication line with my mom for the first time in years. I also made up damages for all the wrong things I did to hurt my dad and he is very proud of all the progress I have made. This has helped me to become more confident in my ability to be a good father and positive role model for my son.
“If you decide you want to get well, seek the help you need, and commit to it. Your life will change drastically.”
My advice to someone still using who is losing hope—there is always a choice. If you decide you want to get well, seek the help you need, and commit to it. Your life will change drastically.
Narconon helps with drug addiction because it completely detoxifies you and then helps you to figure out the problems in your life that are or were the root cause for your addiction. It also gives you an incredible set of tools; life skills that are applicable not only in recovery, but in all aspects of life.
The Narconon program did wonders for me. This was the first time I was able to identify the behaviors which led me to make all the bad choices that took me to this point in my life. I feel so much better physically. I have also gained much more mental clarity then I have ever had in the past.
While on the personal values part of the program, I was able to analyze the progression of my actions and their result. Then, learning condition formulas to improve my life gave me a good framework for how to live moving forward. I have been able to set solid and realistic goals for the person I want to be.
I now have a much better understanding of myself and are much more comfortable with the person I am.
—C.K., Narconon Graduate