I recently read various reports on the internet that the use of cannabis, hash, and marijuana has increased. Is it something to be worried about? Yes, I think so. I clearly remember my upbringing and how my interest in drugs started at age 11. At that time beer was the gateway.
I have been privileged to spend time at Narconon Europe to start a new life. Had I not decided to be here, I would have continued a life of sadness and misery. The end result of my past lifestyle would certainly leave me with nothing.
At my early twenties I believed that my country, Greece had the biggest problem of all Europe regarding drugs and drug addiction, after I’ve been in others countries I realized that things are not so different, maybe in the end Greece has a minimum level of the problem which does not make it less important.
Drug addiction is a problem for people from all walks of life. It destroys any person, marriage, business and kills creation. It creates bankruptcy and lost customers and lost confidence.
Many people who read this blog will already be aware of the substance we’ll be talking about, but before we get into the subject of the situation in Denmark related to this drug. I would like to clarify some points for those who don’t have information about it.
Before I arrived at the Narconon drug rehabilitation program, I was living a crazy and criminal life. All my time was spent arranging money so I could buy drugs. I violated all my own moral standards and was I totally controlled by the drugs and drug dealers. When I was on drugs, I felt fantastic.
“If you’re a cocaine user or addict and you think cocaine does not hurt anyone but yourself, you are wrong. I watched my brother lose everything he had to cocaine. He lost his house, job, wife, and I am now raising his child.
According to Swedish news sources, the use of LSD has nearly doubled in Sweden lately. This is a new and dangerous trend. I know just how dangerous this trend is because I grew up during the original hippie era in the 1970s and I was around many people using LSD.
In 2016, around 38,000 people in Sweden entered drug treatment programs. The majority of these programs were outpatient rather than inpatient or residential.
A person on the Narconon drug rehab program progresses through several steps designed to help them recover from the harm done to them by years of drug abuse. Some of these steps focus on helping them build the skills they need to create and preserve a productive, enjoyable and sober life.