Laying the Foundation for a Life of Recovery
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.
“When I first got here my mindset has been in a bad place. This changed during my first week of Sauna. I was able to accept the process, change my attitude and it made all the difference. I feel that my mind and body are clear once again.”—Chris S.
“Writing my Overt’s and Withholds on society gave me a new perspective on how much danger I was putting those around me in. It also helped me confront a lot of stressful events from my past and forgive myself for how I reacted.”—Dan W.
“During my time studying Training Drills, I began to realize that I was learning a lot about myself. I have learned to understand and accept directions in a much more positive manner than before. I’m more focused than I have been and find that I listen to others really well. No matter the situation I have been able to push myself through it and not give up, with that I have learned patience. Training Drills have been a very beneficial experience for me.”—Brandon M.
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After overcoming her own addiction in 2012 Julie went on to become certified as an addiction counselor in order to help others achieve a life of recovery. She worked in the addiction field for 8 years and now uses both her personal and professional experiences with addiction as an influence for her writing.
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.