NARCONON - Life Skills Courses
On the New Life Skills courses, it is time to address the reasons a person turned to drugs in the first place.
people who become addicts are using the addiction to deal with some part
of their life. Over 40 years of practice has proven that these
courses are the courses that can help put their addiction in the past.
After these courses the person will be able to deal with their life
Exercises in confronting and communication skills improve the students ability to be comfortable in any situation and comfortably confront other people, to listen and communicate well and to exercise effective self-control.
The Narconon programme includes unique exercises called objectives designed to help bring a person's attention off the past and into the present. Becoming stable in present time is a very important factor in drug rehabilitation.
A person's attention can be stuck in literally thousands of different past moments. His behaviour and attitudes can be influenced by such past experiences. With so much attention on his past, he has little or no attention left for the here and now.
The purpose of objectives is to bring the person out of the past and into present time—ready and able to face life without resorting to drugs.
Here is what one student said about the Objectives:
"I did the first one and I felt a bit of a change for myself . . . I felt happy and I didn't know why. So I carried on and the wins [ positive changes ] I kept getting were amazing. I had so much energy . . . I really didn't think they would make me feel so good but I was like a kid again, waking up every day so happy. They are such an amazing thing these Objectives . . . I am so grateful for the experience. I really am a new person inside and out. Love you Narconon."
Life Skills Courses
Practical coursework and learning can give the person skills needed for success that have often been lost or which the person never had. They can help a person develop self-control and the personal backbone necessary to remain drug-free for life.
Overcoming Ups and Downs in Life
Being up one day and down the next can swiftly turn into a downward spiral that leads to rock bottom. On this course, learn the factors that can cause someone to "roller coaster," emotionally and physically. Establish patterns to improve well-being and learn to spot these factors so you can avoid them or discard them from your life.
Making the right choices determines your whole future. But what is right? How can you determine this for yourself? This course helps you establish your own personal "backbone" and gives the framework for making decisions so you can trust yourself to do the right thing, whatever that is for you
Changing Conditions in Life
As a final step, it's time pick up the pieces in any area of life adversely impacted by addiction. This course seeks to help you repair damage to your life, relationships, belongings, job. Even though it may not seem like it, it is possible the damage can be repaired. This course gives formulas many have found workable, which you can use to help put your life back together and work toward a better future.
Here is what one student said about New Life Skills courses:
"WOW, oh how I feel good about myself right now, this dark cloud over my head has gone. I actually feel I am being true to myself, I never thought I could know what it feels like to just be honest and I cannot wait to take this joy and my true self out, and who would have thought digging so deep I could get this feeling."
It's all about results!
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"I wake up every morning looking forward to my day ahead because I know I'm in total control of my life and because I rediscovered myself ..."
"...I was very sceptic at first but now I feel Narconon is the only way - it's working for me."
"After seeing the results of your work and speaking to members of the staff, I feel that you have much to teach the drug rehabilitation field"
"I came to NARCONON a broken mess of a human being. ... Today I have no words to really explain the difference in my life. ... I am successful and happy and I have a future."