KYLE

Kyle

Certified Addiction Counselor and staff member at Narconon Colorado


Kyle in Addiction
November 13, 2018

Avoiding Rehab: Why Men and Women Refuse Help

“My loved one is homeless, underweight unemployed and on the brink of losing not only his sanity but his freedom as well if he does not get help soon. Every time I offer him help he turns me down and has a new excuse for every day of the week!”

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Kyle in Sobriety
September 13, 2018

Relationships and Addiction Recovery

Love is a beautiful thing, if you find someone that will stand by you hug you and hold you tight or give you a swift kick in the rear end when you need it then you are truly blessed.

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Kyle in Addiction
August 30, 2018

Making the Decision to Do an Intervention

Should I wait for my loved one to ask for help or should I give them an ultimatum and force them to choose between drugs and our family? This is a touchy subject and I will acknowledge right off the bat that there is never a “ones size fits all” answer.

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Kyle in Addiction
June 18, 2018

Society’s Reaction to Addiction Is Contributing to the Problem

If you break the law or disrupt the social conventions and ideals of a society anywhere in the world it is common and expected that punishment will follow. Without rules, laws, and consequences chaos would ensue. The culture of drug addicts is such that breaking the law is a given.

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Kyle in Drug Information
April 13, 2018

Drug Addicts in the Media

Drug addicts appear to be victimized, glorified, villainized and ostracized all in one breath by the United States media outlets. In writing an article it is never advisable to admit that not much time was spent on researching the topic but in this case, I would have to disagree.

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Kyle in Addiction
March 15, 2018

Drug Abuse in the Suburbs

This is not a white or black problem nor is it a poor problem, addiction is a human problem and it is time it is viewed in that light. It was long believed that drug addiction was a poor urban problem. It has only been within the last thirty years that the United States has begun to realize that addiction has infested the middle class and won’t be leaving anytime soon.

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