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Jason Good in Addiction
December 5, 2019

UPS Smuggling Ring Shut Down: Addicts Aren’t the Only One’s Sending Drugs in the Mail

Sending drugs through the mail is one of those “staples” of being an addict. While necessity is the mother of invention, drug users and drug dealers have found crafty ways throughout the years to buy and sell drugs. For a while now, the internet was the number one drug marketplace.

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Julie in Drug Education
December 3, 2019

Stop Promoting The Idea That Drinking Wine Every Day Can Be Healthy

The other day I was sitting in the waiting room of a chiropractor’s office that had one of the televisions that scrolls between various ads and educational slides. I’ve seen these sorts of things all over the place so I didn’t think much of it until one slide, in particular, came up.

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Julie in Addiction
November 30, 2019

Why a Wall Won’t Stop Fentanyl From Flooding Into The United States

By this point, most people have heard about the scourge of fentanyl that has swept across the United States and is killing people on a daily basis.

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Julie in Narconon Success
November 25, 2019

My New Sober Life

An important aspect of maintaining a sober lifestyle is setting and achieving goals in different areas of one’s life. The hard work doesn’t stop when someone leaves treatment; this is actually the time when it is important to apply the skills that were learned during one’s program. One of our recent graduates shares the goals he has been working on since completing his time at Narconon.

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Jason Good in Addiction
November 21, 2019

An Addict’s Life Is More Important than the Holidays

Working in drug and alcohol treatment , each year it becomes my duty to remind families that the upcoming holidays are NOT an excuse for an addict not to go to treatment and seek help. It becomes the easiest cop-out imaginable.

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Jason Good in Addiction
November 19, 2019

Gray Death is Back and Deadlier than Ever

A few years back a ridiculous drug was found circulating on city streets. In the midst of a giant drug crisis , we needed a deadly combination of heroin , fentanyl , and other synthetic drugs like we needed a hole in our heads.

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Julie in Narconon Success
November 18, 2019

I Have Learned That Sobriety Is an Amazing Thing

I am 34 months sober! I came from a society where partying was the norm. I started drinking alcohol when I was fifteen years old and as time went on, I started dabbling in drugs.

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Julie in Addiction Recovery
November 15, 2019

The Admirable Traits of Someone in Addiction Recovery

Overcoming addiction is no easy task. Facing life’s problems and figuring how to get through life after being addicted to a substance takes a lot of hard work. Fighting through the early days that are consumed with cravings takes a lot of willpower.

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Jason Good in Addiction
November 13, 2019

Relapse Is Not a Part of Recovery

Anyone who’s been around the recovery community for any length of time has probably heard their fair share of clichés that get passed-off as a way to help encourage hopeful addicts through their recovery process.

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Julie in Addiction Recovery
November 12, 2019

Gratitude: The Best Gift of Sobriety

If there is one thing that my journey through addiction recovery has taught me, it’s the importance of gratitude.

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