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Justin in Addiction
January 14, 2021

The Role of Today’s Drinking Culture in Alcohol Addiction

You can find it at almost any restaurant, gas station, grocery store, pretty much any establishment that serves food—not to mention the cluster of bars and liquor stores located worldwide.

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Justin in Recovery
January 6, 2021

A New Year, a New Hope

The year 2020 is over, and 2021 is officially here.

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Justin in Recovery
January 5, 2021

Is the Twelve Step Model “One Size Fits All”?

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous remain to be some of the most popular groups in recovery. For as long as the 12-step model has been around, it would make a lot of sense that one and/or both of these groups are usually the first-choice method with someone who is struggling from substance abuse. However, a 12-step program might not always be the best thing for everyone.

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Justin in Success Story
December 31, 2020

An Army Veteran who Accepted Help, A Future Now Filled with Promise and Without Guilt

For several years prior to coming to Narconon Suncoast, I have lived the life of a somewhat functioning alcohol abuser . Generally, I maintained a professional career position and a mostly secluded personal life.

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Justin in Success Story
December 30, 2020

Free from my Addiction, I Can Now Show People Who I Truly Am, the Real Me

I grew up in a normal home with a family that loved me. I had many hobbies, I played sports and was in musicals. I went to college and obtained a degree in landscape design. At the age of 25, I was introduced to methamphetamine...

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Justin in Success Story
December 29, 2020

I Have the Strength to Live Free from Drugs

I grew up in a loving family that was initially very close. We got together every Sunday for family dinners and that was something that I really looked forward to. However, over time my family disconnected. I feel as though that left a void in my life…

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Justin in Recovery
December 23, 2020

Is Addiction Really a Disease?

Instead of viewing addiction as a disease from which one can never recover and that one is powerless over, the answer lies in returning the ability to chose back to the addict. By teaching them life skills and handling cravings, addicts can regain their ability to choose and exercise power over addiction.

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Justin in Sobriety
December 22, 2020

Healthy Tips for Managing Stress During the Holidays

’Tis the season to be jolly! It is that time of year again, and while the holidays can be a wonderful and joyous occasion for families across the globe, it is also a time of year that can bring certain unpleasantries, including the stress that often accompanies family gatherings and the rush to get all of the preparations done for holiday meals or gifts under the tree.

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Justin in Success Story
December 18, 2020

A Holiday Season Worth Celebrating Thanks to Narconon

I cannot express enough how happy I am to be spending this coming up holiday and every future holiday free from the hell I had created for me and my family. My mom told me that she feels like she now has her daughter back and this was the best gift I could have ever given her for Christmas. The relationship I have with my family now is beyond great compared to a year ago...

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Justin in Success Story
December 17, 2020

The Holidays Once Saddled by Misery, A New Outlook Brings Joy and Excitement for this Holiday Season

Before my addiction started, holidays were never what they were supposed to be. My dad was addicted to meth basically my whole life. I can only remember a few Christmas’, I do not remember ever trick or treating with my family, we never had family Thanksgiving. My mom tried but there was no money for a Christmas tree let alone presents.

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