A question I’ve gotten time and time again is “why would anyone in their right mind want to work at a drug rehab?” I understand what people are really asking with that question.
My life growing up was not very ideal or satisfying. I lived in a broken home with my amazing mother and my alcoholic and drug-addicted father. So, I was always around some sort of substance abuse.
We could all use a little good news, given the current circumstances with the Coronavirus. Every time I turn on the television or look at my social media, it seems like all I hear about is record-breaking deaths, the pandemic getting worse, or just a litany of bad news. It’s easy to stay focused on all the negative in the world, considering that’s almost all any of us hear about these days.
“My name is Skylar and I am writing this because I want to share my success with you, the reader. This wasn’t my first rehab attempt but I really tried to fix myself this time. The last program I did, I noticed that I was doing it for the wrong reasons. I was trying to sober myself up for my parents but not for myself…”
Dear Mom, As you know, I had a happy childhood with our family. Naturally, there were some troubling times as our family progressed, whether it was the loss of a family member or financial hardships that occurred, but throughout it all, our family remained strong and united.
In an era of bad news every time we scroll through our social media feeds or turn on our television, it’s refreshing to get some good news for a change. While it may seem like doom, gloom, and chaos, there are some rays of hope that shine through the darkness.
My name is Logan and I am a recovering meth addict. I started smoking weed in 8th grade and it quickly became an every day thing. By the time I was 16 years old, in 10th grade, I was unmotivated and depressed with my life. I started to try other harder drugs like coke and acid. This progressed to meth and heroin…
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.
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.
Recent Graduates share their experiences with overcoming addiction at Narconon Colorado. “Narconon Colorado was a phenomenal program. It literally saved my life. Although each part of the program seemed difficult, it was worth it 100% to stick it out and conquer it.“