Getting Past the First Days of Addiction Recovery
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. Below are some wins from people who have recently made the decision to change their lives for the better.
“The first few days I was here I was pretty mad, now everything is starting to slowly make sense and I’m beginning to enjoy being here meeting new people and working to better myself. It has helped me with my anxiety, patience, and respect for others. I look forward to the rest of the course and my completion of the program. Thank you to all the staff.” —Noah K.
“Since my arrival at Narconon, I have been able to actually get a full night of sleep without any difficulties. I’ve also been able to focus on my patience and self-acceptance.” —Scott M.
“Today I am 14 days sober, the longest I have been in the last couple years. I am looking forward to the next step in my treatment and want to thank the Narconon staff for helping me through this. I am motivated to be there for my family and be a better father and husband.” —Eric G.
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