For those with a loved one who is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, it may seem that everything is black, that there is no way out. We understand. But there is hope and a way to regain the spark and light of life.
In this deeply moving account, a mother shares her painful journey of her son’s battle with addiction. From the depths of despair to the heights of recovery, their story is a testament to the transformative power of the Narconon program. It’s a tale of hope, resilience, and the unbreakable bond between a mother and her son.
Witness a tale of resilience and redemption as Tim, once entangled in the clutches of drug addiction, reclaims his life and purpose at Narconon Europe. Experience his inspiring journey from the depths of despair to a newfound life of sobriety and meaning.
Rita shares her deeply personal and powerful story of drug addiction and recovery. Her journey takes her from a carefree life in Hungary to the dark abyss of addiction and eventually to the transformative program of Narconon. Today, Rita is a beacon of hope and resilience, showing us that it's never too late to seek help and start anew.
My best accomplishment in the program is going from broken addict to a free drug fighter and recovery coach and Narconon and Drug-Free World supporter. I would also add that I now have more pride in encouraging new students going through withdrawals, than in receiving my graduation certificate. My real diploma is in helping others get off drugs. Helping others matters more than a piece of paper to me.
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.