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.
’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.
I started to reach out to a couple of old friends of mine letting them know I had a new number and something awesome happened. Not only did these friends respond, but they were excited to be speaking to me and to hear my story.
Whenever I’m asked about what was different about the last treatment program I did and why it worked, it’s a two-part answer. The first part is easy to answer.
I think everyone is haunted by their past at some point in their lives. Part of living is growing, learning, and evolving as a person.
My co-workers and I have turned bowling into a weekly event, complete with friendly trash talk and some pretty entertaining gamesmanship. I was on the wrong end of the scorecard this past week after guaranteeing a victory.
What is first on your wishlist this Christmas? It’s almost that time and people across the country will be using the opportunity to make their lists in anticipation of Christmas morning. It’s the season of giving and receiving.
The New Year is quickly approaching, and with it comes the start of a whole new decade. I began thinking about my resolutions this year. Diet and exercise are towards the top of the list this year. Continuing to expand on improving my relationships with my parents and siblings are important to me.
D.T. , a recent Narconon Suncoast Graduate A recent graduate had some amazing realizations about one’s journey through life.
Once an individual decides to get sober, many aspects of their life must change to achieve long-term abstinence. When a person becomes addicted to drugs, their daily routines change and their priorities shift.