I’m Now the Best Version of Myself
A student at Narconon Balkan shares his success. Read what he had to say about his experience and takeaways from the Narconon programme.
Bring It On!
In Narconon Balkan, I was encouraged to give my best and to go through difficulties because that’s how winning happens. Something I know for sure is that life will always be a struggle—a test that we have to face daily.
I Learned to Be a Fighter, Not a Failure!
My life was a total mess full of unethical conduct. I basically hated everything about it and tried to avoid every situation at all costs. Avoiding everything ruined my life, and despite it, I still wanted to change my life.
The Start of a New Life
After I finished the New Life Detox, I felt like a new person. I now feel like I am DRUG FREE.
I went from having a broken connection with my family and friends to creating a strong bond with them. Somewhere along this road, I started to think that there might be something good in the people who were around me, and I really opened my eyes, and now I see it everywhere around me.
Being Drug Free Didn’t Make My Life Easier, It Made Me Stronger
I'm no longer like a leaf that changes direction every time a gentle wind blows. I know what I want, I know how to get it, and most importantly, I know that I will get it.
Son, Say the Truth
It always bothered me that I had a thought in the back of my mind, “Where do I stand in relation to my family since I’m the complete opposite of them.” I remember the words of my mother, “Son, say the truth!” From my perspective, I could never say the truth or face it before.
I Already Feel Like a New Person
Last week I asked myself how am I doing on the program? What kind of progress I am making? The answer is that I’ve never felt this way in my life. I already feel like a new person and I want to complete this new version of myself.
Living Life Free at Last
I feel like I’ve killed the evil that was inside me, I have won a war within myself and from this battle, I came out with more self-awareness.
I Realized the Biggest Reason Why I Started Using Drugs
The drugs never “lied” to me or promised me something they couldn’t deliver, so I was satisfied. And in this way, I decided to use every time I would feel bad or disappointed. Until one day, when I didn’t need to feel bad just to take drugs. They had become a part of my life and my routine.