During my Withdrawal experience, I have discovered many things about myself. My first few days have been challenging but in a good way. I have learned some ways to help control my anxiety and urges to drink.
Getting sober is just the first step towards a life of addiction recovery. The recovery process is about self-growth and realization. True recovery is a lifelong process of learning. At Narconon Colorado, we do our best to provide a solid foundation for the journey.
The idea of quitting drugs or alcohol is often a scary thought to someone who is caught up in addiction. The fear of going through withdrawal or living a life of sobriety often times holds people back from taking the first step towards a better life.
Addiction impacts every area of a person’s life and because of that in order to be successful addiction recovery needs to address all of those areas.
The Narconon Program is a step by step process designed to help people learn how to improve their own lives. “Today I am 14 days sober, the longest I have been in the last couple of years.
It is inspiring to see the different wins that various people get out of doing the Narconon Program.
This Course provides people with the opportunity to take responsibility for and learn from past mistakes. Below are some wins from Narconon Colorado graduates they shared after completing this portion of the program.
I have just been approved for completion of the Narconon program. It has been a wonderful experience here. I flew into Colorado so apprehensive, even through Med-Detox, but once I started working the program I began seeing significant changes that I have never seen in the past.
Although the wins from the New Life Detox that are experienced by people may vary, they are still all extremely inspirational! “After completing the New Life Detox, I notice that I have my emotions back, but more importantly I know how to recognize them, process them and rationalize my responses to
The New Life Detoxification portion of the program (also known as the sauna) is an important aspect of the Narconon Program. This is often times a major turning point in people’s journey towards addiction recovery.