I started using drugs when I was 14 years old. By the time I was 29, I was using heroin daily. I thought heroin would take my life and leave my son without a mother. Thankfully, my mom found this amazing program called Narconon Suncoast.
I was at the lowest point in my life. I had a sports injury at 32 years old. I went through 7 knee surgeries and I quickly realized that the pain medicine I was prescribed by my doctor numbed not only the physical pain, but my emotional pain as well.
I was addicted to pharmaceutical drugs and marijuana for many years. Before everything fell apart, I tried Meth for the first time and found myself in rehab within a few weeks. I had been addicted to Suboxone , Adderall , Gabapentin and Clonezepam .
Hope: “the feeling that something desired can be had or will happen.” There is hope, and there are many solutions for drug addicts, and Narconon Suncoast is one of them. Before Narconon, I was in a hopeless and helpless downward spiral of self-destruction.
Hi, my name is K. B. This is a little bit about why I am where I am today, which is Narconon Suncoast , in Clearwater, FL. Here is how I got here, and what I have learned since arriving here.
“Before I came to Narconon Suncoast, I had a one track mind. Every day was the same thing over and over: How can I make money, where can I get the drugs, etc., etc. I was barely able to keep a job and had crashed numerous cars.…“
Upon successfully completing the Narconon Suncoast program, a recent graduate recounts the wins and gains he experienced while getting off drugs and handling the core roots of his addiction. “Life is a crazy thing.
I was using heroin and crack before coming to Narconon Suncoast . I ruined my relationships with my family and I was the type of person who would hurt everyone around them. I lied, cheated and stole from people to get what I wanted. I didn’t care about myself or anyone else for that matter.
Growing up, I watched my parents fight more than they talked, which was rarely because my dad was always at work. He was only home every few weeks, but every time he was, they fought. I told myself when I grew up I would never be in that kind of a marriage.
Upon successfully completing the Narconon Suncoast program, a recent graduate recounts the wins and gains he experienced while getting off drugs and handling the core roots of his addiction . “Life is a crazy thing.