Now it’s been 29 years that I live without drugs, I have 2 beautiful boys fulfilled in life, I do a job that makes me happy and I live life to the fullest every day.
I am proud of the person I am and even more excited to see the person I will become by working on my new ventures and continuing to work on myself as a person.
To be free from drugs means to be free from a stranglehold and from so many damnations.
I have achieved many goals, and for that, I am grateful to the Narconon program because it has given me the will and the strength to succeed. I can finally look my family in the eyes—now I am a person worthy of trust.
I was born in Sicily in the city of Agrigento. I lived there until I turned 17, and after that, I moved to northern Italy. Before I started using drugs, I had a normal life. I had good friends, I was going to school, and I played football.
What I have learned in this program is not only applicable to those who have suffered from drug and alcohol addiction, but I have learned tools that would help anyone to achieve more gains and live an overall happy life.
Despite recent decriminalization laws and the media’s intent efforts to focus on those laws, the untold story is that Portugal still struggles with serious drug addiction problems. Truthfully, the Portuguese addiction crisis will continue to spread until every addict in Portugal receives quality drug treatment.
For almost 20 years I lived in total darkness and I could not even say that during those 20 years I felt happy or that anyone would have told me “Fabio you are a special guy.” None of that, by then my label was decided by everyone to be that of “the addict.”
Israeli families may be concerned to learn that drug abuse is a rising problem among young people. Thankfully, there are steps that parents and community members can take to prevent this problem from getting worse, and to even reverse it. Through education and treatment, Israel can curb its growing drug problem.
During the height of the economic crisis in Greece, a new drug, called ‘sisa,’ emerged to plague citizens who were already at-risk for hardship.