A Dark Cloud Lifted, So Grateful for This Experience!
Before coming to Narconon Suncoast, I was angry at the world. My addiction had taken over my life. My world revolved around drugs, and it got to the point that I gave up and viewed my addiction as my normal way of life. I was anxious all the time, I couldn’t talk to people without being disrespectful, and I often wouldn’t remember what I had done.
This caused a lot of damage in my life. I wasn’t on good terms with my family. I would constantly hide my addiction, which caused me to feel anxious all the time, even the times I happened to be telling the truth. I never thought I could be sober and happy. I thought that maybe I could be sober, but I assumed it would be boring. I felt like my life was over before it started.
Then one morning when I was going through a very bad Xanax and alcohol withdrawal, I reached out to my sister, and she told me about Narconon. At first, I was very hesitant to go, I didn’t think I was ready to give this horrible lifestyle up. I ended up getting a ride to Narconon Suncoast where I was greeted by Drew and Angela. Even with my angry outbursts, I was shown kindness, respect, and understanding of my situation. I felt hope that my life could get better for the first time.
I was able to comfortably withdraw, if I ever needed anything the staff members here made sure it happened. They never gave up on me. Throughout my program, I have been able to gain 20 pounds and my health feels 100% better. I was able to get rid of all the drugs and harmful toxins in my system. I started feeling less anxious, eating healthier, and sleeping better. I felt like a dark cloud was lifted off me.
“I am now able to be calm without drugs while being kind and respectful to others, especially my family. I feel amazing and know my life has changed for the better.”
I am now able to be calm without drugs while being kind and respectful to others, especially my family. I feel amazing and know my life has changed for the better. I enjoy life so much more now that I am sober. I am looking forward to being with my family, spending time with friends, and just life in general now that I am drug-free.
I cannot express how grateful I am for this experience and how excited I am for the life I have been able to get back.