Their Success Speaks for Itself

Friends jumping

Explaining how to handle addiction effectively in an exhaustive and succinct way is not an easy task. What does speak for itself and does not need verbosity are the success stories of the students who just completed a specific step of the Narconon program. Here they are for you:

Dakota — By completing the New Life Detoxification, my wins and gains are that I feel a lot healthier. My personality has come back and I feel so much more stable both physically and mentally. I feel clear headed and I feel like a human being for the first time in a long time. Also, I have gotten my emotions back. I can actually feel things for the first time and can deal and work through them. Overall, I am not numb to reality anymore. All the toxins are out of my body and I feel happy.

Alex — I’m glad to have completed the Sauna. I had a lot of help from the staff. I sweated a lot! Twenty plus gallons. I feel a lot better and purified. I have more energy and I am a lot happier. I am excited to start Objectives. Thank you!

Erik — The success that I have made in Objectives are life-changing. I am in control of my mind and body. With this, my life is in control. I have learned patience and my communication with others is so much better. I can prove that I can do things with others and be able to stay and remain sober. My twin¹ and I made a bond that will last forever. We learned together in and out of the course room. She taught me more about “me” than anybody else in my life. Took almost 3 weeks but please don’t count the time, make the time count. Not only did I learn these skills, but I will be able to take them with me and be able to help others fight the urge to stay off of drugs and live a completely sober life. It was hard, but mind over matter.

¹ Twin: Two students working together are called twins.

Dakota — By completing the Training Drills as part of the Objectives, I have learned a lot of techniques to better help me handle actual “life.” I have learned a lot of patience and understanding. I have learned how to better communicate with people. I have also learned how to be assertive and get my point across without hesitation.





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.