As a child, I had a fairly good life. I lived in a small town and had good family support. For the most part, my childhood felt perfect. I was a cheerleader, played volleyball, went to church, youth functions, and did normal kid stuff. As a teenager, I started falling into a rough crowd .
Having completed the Narconon Program, I feel great knowing I now have the patience needed in all aspects of my life. Having gained control back of my life, I can be confident in my environment.
As an addict, I was a bitter man. I was bitter when I didn’t have my drugs. I was bitter when I had them. I was bitter towards work because it was easier to place blame than to accept it.
This is a topic I’ve gained a lot of perspective on, both through personal experience and now working at a drug rehabilitation center . Naturally, repairing relationships with loved ones seems to be a top priority for a very high percentage of people who get clean.