Recent studies have now shown that it takes on average 66 days to create a new habit that will stick, so why do so many treatment facilities expect that people can handle an addiction in 28 days? It is a rather unrealistic expectation that someone will be able to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction in such a short amount of time.
The Objectives portion of the Narconon Program provides the opportunity for major personal growth and self-realization. A large aspect of the Narconon Program is the idea that people are better equipped to handle the challenges of life when they learn how to help themselves.
For many people, the New Life Detoxification is a major turning point in their journey towards sobriety. This is one of the many things that sets the Narconon Program apart from other programs. “ While completing the sauna program, I had many positive wins and gains, both emotionally and physically.
Don is highly dedicated to his job and has helped hundreds of people get through their programs . He is great at making people laugh and at helping to give perspective on things when going through a difficult time.
When thinking about recovering from addiction the first thing that comes to mind will probably not be food, however, it is an important part of recovery. When people are caught up in addiction they usually are not eating regularly and often times end up developing several nutritional deficiencies.
At Narconon Colorado, we have a highly dedicated team of staff members. Our staff members are committed to helping people not only overcome their addiction but also to take the necessary steps to live a better life. In the first interview of a series that will highlight these amazing people that I am lucky to not only call my coworkers but also my friends, I would like to introduce you to Cody P.
A big challenge that often faces a person upon completing treatment is that of rebuilding trust. A lot of times people assume that once they are done with addiction treatment they have earned back the trust of the people they love. However, it is important to remember that years of substance abuse can have a damaging effect on the relationships of loved ones.
Many times when people are caught up in active addiction or substance abuse they begin to not take care of their belongings. It’s not due to being a “bad person“ but rather a shift in priorities.