Onto a New Path
Before I got to Narconon, I felt I had lost all hope. I lost my job, my fiance was done with me and wanted me out of their life. My relationship with my family was strained, and I felt lost. I broke down to my dad, telling him I couldn’t do it anymore and I needed help. After searching, I finally found Narconon, and within a day of calling, I got picked up and brought to the program. I had been to two other rehabs previously, so I already had an idea in my head of what to expect, but I was wrong.
My first seven days were spent in withdrawal. I did exercises to relax my mind and body. My mind was all over the place thinking about my relationships, so the exercises they had me doing really helped me get out of my head and be in present time comfortably. After doing that, I started sauna.
Some days were more difficult than others. I could feel the effects of the niacin where I had burned myself with dust off. Eventually, I felt refreshed and that my mind was more clear. From there, I then moved on to Objectives.
Some days seemed easier than others, and some days it was difficult that I was still focused on my relationship. I got a lot out of Objectives though and learned that it’s not all about me by helping someone else through the processes. After completing Objectives, I moved on to life skills.
I moved on to taking responsibility for my life and choices, and doing that was hard, but it felt good to understand and see my pattern and see what I needed to change. I then moved on to my conditions which helped me get to the root of who I am. Addressing conditions with my family helped me and my dad get a better understanding of each other.
“... I didn’t give up on myself and neither did my family, the staff, my parents, or my friends. I am so thankful for this program and can’t wait to see where my life goes.”
I put my all into my last condition and finally completed them. I figured out the battle plan that will be best for my survival, and I am now feeling ready for this new start. Thanks to Narconon, I didn’t give up on myself, and neither did my family, the staff, my parents, or my friends. I am so thankful for this program and can’t wait to see where my life goes.
N.G., Narconon Graduate