Finding Myself After Drugs

Young woman on the Danish beach.

When I started the New Life Detoxification, I never thought that by the end of it, I would feel so good. People told me that I would have good results, but I didn’t believe them. I just didn’t see the value of doing a sauna program.

Then, after 10 days, I started to understand everything. My mood was becoming stable and my daily lifestyle was also changing. It started with the desire to get up in the morning and actually do things. This feeling grew stronger and stronger and at that point I clearly realized just how much I had been ruining myself.

Drugs make you insensitive to everything and everyone. You become arrogant, selfish and bad—even with the people you love the most. You move away from everyone, but most of all, you move away from yourself.

Drugs turn you off. They cancel all the good things you have and you can lose so many things, including people you most care about.

“I am so thankful for having been given another opportunity to find myself. Everyone should have this chance because rediscovering oneself is one of the strongest and most beautiful
experiences you can have.”

I am so thankful for having been given another opportunity to find myself. Everyone should have this chance because rediscovering oneself is one of the strongest and most beautiful experiences you can have.

I’ve rekindled the desire to live and finally I feel good about myself. I now know what the right choices are and what to do to maintain respect for myself and a great relationship with my loved ones.

—S. Narconon Europe Student


(To preserve privacy, the photo does not show an actual Narconon student or graduate.)

AUTHOR

Agnese

I always wanted to help people get through the problems that they got into, and help them understand themselves better. I am proud to be a staff member of Narconon Europe to save lives and help others be drug free.

NARCONON EUROPE

DRUG EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION