I Got My Life and My Family Back

DR Narconon Graduate

Hi, my name is Dianna and I would like to share my story with everyone.

I started to use drugs at the age of 12 and by the time I got to high school my addiction had escalated to pain pills.

Shortly after that, I found heroin and my life went downhill from there. I went to countless doctors and rehab, but my problems only seemed to get worse.

Right before I turned 22 my mother found Narconon Louisiana New Life Retreat, and after a long battle, she eventually convinced me to give sobriety one more shot.

I got to Narconon a shell of a human being. I was scary, skinny and my arms were covered in bruises and track marks. I lost every one of my friends and I caused my family so much pain it felt like it was impossible to ever make up the damage.

“I am now 3 years completely sober, and I am still the happiest I have ever been in my whole life.”

I can honestly say that the withdrawal was the easiest one I have ever been through. There was a staff member by my side 24/7 to help me, even when I just needed someone to talk to.

I can’t say that I was the easiest person to deal with along the way. I would argue that I didn’t even have a soul to save, but the staff were always extremely patient and caring. Each and every one of them is amazing in their own way.

I have attempted to quit drugs several times and I would go through every day still depressed and miserable, but after doing the sauna program I am truly happier and feel healthier. It was unlike any experience I have ever gone through.

Every aspect of this program benefited me, but the part I enjoyed the most was at the end when I got to sit down and figure out what underlying problems led to my drug use.

The great thing about it was that I figured it out myself, and then with the help of a staff member, I learned solutions to these problems. I was finally given a chance to make up for all of the destruction that I created in every area of my life, which is something I never dreamed was even possible.

I am now 3 years completely sober, and I am still the happiest I have ever been in my whole life.

I now have an amazing relationship with my family and they are the proudest they have ever been.

I have made new friendships that will last a lifetime.

My life isn’t completely perfect; I still have problems like everyone else. The difference is I have learned how to handle these problems, and how to not fall on my face when they come my way.

I am still the person I was before, just upgraded!

DR—Narconon Graduate