I am now home with my children and that is an awesome feeling. They don’t have to hide where their mom is when other kids ask and I can attend their school functions without embarrassing them.
When I came to do the Narconon program I didn't feel that I had a problem with drugs, I thought that I would stop using any time I wanted. I was wrong. I was hurting myself and my family, and with the help of an interventionist and my mom I came to Narconon Arrowhead.
It feels great to look forward to a drug-free life and a chance to live life again.
Being high blinds you to the important and priceless things in life.
I went from a 190-pound horribly depressed, defeated alcoholic, stuck in a vicious cycle of self-doubt and sabotage to a 155-pound happy, alert, helpful, creative Narconon graduate.
I have been sober for a year and a half and I’ve been happier than ever.
I got to the point where I didn’t care if I lived or died, I was wasting my life away in my room getting high.
I am living proof of the Narconon program’s power to bring about a change in anyone to be the best version of themselves. All a person has to do is make the decision to get clean and put in the work with full honesty, then he or she will benefit from the Narconon program.
It’s hard for an addict to see a sober life when he is using, but not getting help is just giving up. Don’t give up on yourself and don’t give up on anyone else. Be the change the world needs and reach out.
In my second month of taking the Vicodin, I would take some in the morning to wake up, one at lunch to help me work, some after work to help me relax, one after dinner to help me spend time with my kids, and then I took some before going to bed to help me sleep. I never ran out of reasons to take the pills.