A successful graduate of Narconon Suncoast celebrates 6 months clean and sober by sharing her story and the incredible feeling of achievement!
Before coming to Narconon Suncoast, I was on a downward spiral. I had been using and abusing drugs for about 4 years and had lost all control over my life. I felt as though I was knocking on death’s door and that if I did not get help, I could die in a week’s time.
A recent Narconon Suncoast Graduate shares her incredible story of the challenges she faced before and during her addiction and the unbelievable pride she now has in graduating the Narconon Program and moving forward with her new drug-free life!
One of the most difficult things any family can go through when they have a loved one struggling with addiction is confronting them about the problem. Here we examine why this can be so challenging and offer up some helpful suggestions when attempting to confront a loved one.
A person can come into treatment with the perspective of being punished or with the perspective of opportunity. Here I examine why viewing treatment as opportunity versus punishment can make all the difference.
The early numbers from overdoses during the pandemic paint a very bleak picture for the numbers still to come. Now, more than ever, people need our help and we as a country need to examine what we are doing to help those in need.
As an avid sports fan, sporting events were something that became complicated and difficult to enjoy during my addiction. The experience of watching my team win a Super Bowl clean and sober was nothing but unbridled joy.
Marijuana and alcohol are two of the most commonly used substances in the United States. Here we examine the role marijuana and alcohol can play in addiction today, specifically the trap people looking to overcome other substances can fall into.
The opioid epidemic continues to be a growing problem in this country. Here we examine some of the long-term side effects on the brain, as well as how the withdrawal effects can prolong the addiction without seeking the proper treatment.
As the Dry January Challenge continues to gain attention from more and more Americans, we examine the benefits as well as what that may look like for someone struggling with an alcohol addiction.