"Purpose In Life"
I've been battling with alcohol mainly. I've dabbled in drugs here and there but alcohol was my staple. I've been dealing with that for twenty-five years.
I was pretty much living house to house, friend to friend.
Waking up at like 3:30, 4:00 o’clock in the afternoon, thinking what am I doing with my life, and then I would reach for another drink because I was so miserable.
And I finally was at the end of my rope. I'd gone to a thirty-day rehab before and lasted a week.
Mom and dad said, you know, "We found a place perfect for you."
As soon as I got here, I knew that Narconon was the place for me to be.
Everybody was so friendly. There was not one person including a student or a staff member that looked down. Everybody was just energetic, and they had enthusiasm.
I apply the technology, these methods and materials that we use every day, to solve practical problems.
Now I wake up in the morning, I'm so eager to start the day, like my day can't get here quick enough. You know, I go to bed, wake up early in the morning.
And for me like knowing that I'm having a purpose now in life is like the biggest thing that I've learned in Narconon.