Friday, August 31, 2018

"B efore starting Objectives, I wasn’t sure what to expect or how they worked. All I was told is this part of the program was to clear your mind. Since I was a very private and withheld communication even as realizations came to me, I informed the staff I wasn’t comfortable to share. I had many trust issues and didn’t feel safe sharing things extremely personal with someone I looked at as a stranger. Yet, I was only hindering myself by doing this. Keeping things in was causing so much pain.
“After talking with the staff, I decided to listen and not hold back on any of my objectives. I opened up completely with my Objectives partner

and really took in what I was gaining from each Objective I completed.
“I learned a lot about pin pointing my emotions and handling them in a healthy way as they come to you instead of suppressing them. I have gained so much confidence and control in my life. I feel calmer, clearer, and now capable of addressing all situations pertaining to my past, present, and future.
“I feel Objectives has given me the strength I lacked, the clarity I missed, and the confidence I need to address my life effectively. From this point forward, and for once I have a new-found hope and excitement on what is to come.”—Narconon Student
Narconon New Life Retreat offers beautiful and comfortable facilities matched with a highly successful non 12 step program which results in higher success rate

Finding The Music

The journey back from drug addiction is different for each of us.  No matter where we come from or how our addiction affected us we can all learn from each other.

Stepping Stones to Recovery

 Life before Narconon was pretty much a big game to me, just not a survival one.  Life got to the point that I started to get amused by pain and I didn’t even care about anything anymore

Got My Life Back

How does someone wind up addicted to drugs? The truth is each person’s descent into drug addiction is different. This amazing story shows us a different perspective on how a person becomes addicted to drugs.

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