Drug Rehabilitation - Success Story
Said, one of our Graduates, says:
"The day has come, the journey has taken 7 months and 1 week, but the journey is far from complete. Let me take you back to how it started.
I had taken from the age of 21 numerous types of drugs from
alcohol, hash, marijuana, skunk, speed, ecstasy, magic mushrooms, trips
Coke, and finally Crack. Crack was the drug that overruled all the
others, this drug had taken such a hold in my life to the point that
nothing mattered or existed. At the age of 27 I had a thriving locksmith
business; my turnover was in excess of £100,000 a year. It had taken me
5 years to build the business and I was looking forward to purchasing
another shop in the hope of expanding, but in a matter of 3 weeks all
that had changed. I started to loose interest, I left the running of the
business to a guy I employed, I went to parties eventually getting bored
with this I was out every night until the early hours of the day,
smoking crack in a hotel or spending the nights in my van. The hours
The shakes would set in, reality started to kick in, realising that I had a home to go to a wife and kids asleep unaware that I was slowly killing myself. Time went by, eventually going bankrupt owing £47,000. My wife decided to have a break from the stress by going to Morocco to her father and taking along the kids.
While my wife was away I decided to go on the biggest drug bender marathon. I was on my 3rd night of smoking crack with the curtains drawn, phone off the hook and the doors bolted. I continued oblivious of my health and my surroundings at home. I had turned my house upside down inspecting any suspicious sound that I though I heard resulting from my paranoia. Unbeknown to me my sister had been trying to contact me without any success until I heard knocking on the door, then I heard her voice along with her husband.
I froze like a mad dog caught
in a cars headlight unable to move, my heart felt like it was about to
explode as I heard the key entering the lock and then the door squeaking
open. The light went on, I was stood in the corridor facing the door as
my sister and her husband entered. I can never forget the instant shock
on my sisters face and the embarrassed pose from her husband. She
shouted out "What have you been doing?" I could not answer, words were
rushing around my head but the sound would not come out. All I could do
was gaze down like a crazed fool.
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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."
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"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."