I have to say when I first decided to come to Narconon I was very apprehensive and unwilling to be in this program. Like so many that come to treatment, I didn’t want to admit I had a drug problem. I wanted to believe I had total control of the problem as well as my life.
When I came to Narconon I didn’t know what I had left to offer in life. I had been to countless treatment centers and relapsed equally as much...
I hear this a lot when talking with addicts or their loved ones who are searching for the best place to find help: “How do I know this will work? How do I know they won’t relapse as soon as they walk out of the door?”
It’s that time of year again. As October approaches the first wave of the holiday decorations are appearing in the form of pumpkins, witches and cobwebs. Next, we’ll have Thanksgiving in November, Christmas in December, then ring in the new year in January. The next four months each bring their holiday occasion celebrated by costumes, feasts, fancy decorations, and lots of parties.
Since graduating from the program I have returned home and have begun to make significant progress tackling the plans I set for myself. I have been hired full time and will begin work shortly. I ’m excited to start working and to meet those that I will be working with for the next few months.
As the country debates the dangers of vaping and whether it’s a safer alternative to smoking tobacco, lawmakers have been working to induce bans on products that are flavored as the toll rises of people who are reporting illnesses that are linked to vaping
In this modern age of medicine, the most common way of handling anything that causes a little bit of pain seems to be to find the right form of painkiller.
As October approaches, Halloween approaches with it. It’s admittedly a fun time of year, where kids and grown-ups alike can ditch their everyday attire, get their creative juices flowing and try to out-do their classmates, friends, or co-workers as they dress up in costumes of their favorite characters.
With news stories regarding overdoses being churned out at seemingly every corner as the opioid epidemic continues to sweep the country, there is one word that has become as constant as anything else I’ve seen in these heartbreaking stories: fentanyl.
Leaving Treatment without a Plan Is Like Going on a Road Trip without a Map: You’re Going to Get Lost
When a person prepares to leave treatment, the hope is always that they have a plan in place that afterwards gives them the best chance to succeed. But what is that exactly? Having a solid plan is obviously important, but sticking to that plan is where people either make it or they don’t.