Narconon Balkan is such an important place for myself and my family because it helps those battling addiction. I found out about this rehab center two years ago, when my sister was going through a bad drug abuse phase.
We are born, we live, we survive but truly we don’t know the meaning of life. I am 33 years old and just today I understood really why I exist, how I should exist, and how to live in society.
I am so happy to have achieved the level to really understand how things should be. For many years I argued with my parents, specifically with my mother. I can now see why I didn’t understand what she tried to say and explain to me, and why I am not like the others, why I was unsuccessful.
Today I will start with the Objectives and I am very glad to move to this step. The drills were little intense but at a same time amazing and instructive experience. During this period I learned how to communicate and how to reach understanding with people around me.
I would like to thank, with all my heart, all the Narconon staff who helped me to stand up again in life and to live my life as a drug-free person.
Before I came to Narconon Balkan, I was in a trap—a vicious cycle of self-destruction and destruction of everything around me. When I started the Narconon program…
What I feel right now is just unexplainable. I feel that I have become a new person—I can feel my new life about to start. It’s hard for me to believe what I experienced today. I can’t even remember a time when I felt like this. I have never felt so calm, so relaxed and as free as I do now. I just feel like myself completely. I feel complete.
Today I had very good wins. I had two important realizations. The first realization is that I didn’t appreciate everything that I had and the things that my parents gave me. Before, I thought that they were obligated to do everything they were doing for me, and I really didn’t appreciate when other people did good things for me. I just wasn’t grateful.
What are the objectives? When a person uses, they become introverted and focused on their tumultuous inner life. The drugs in turn dull the distress, and when they are first removed, the physical and mental pain can be overwhelming…
When I first started the New Life Detoxification Program, I was feeling “spaced out.” I wasn’t sleeping well and I was thinking too much.