Gaining Life Skills to Live
a Drug-Free Life

Through completing the Narconon Program, I have gained the skills I need to live a drug and alcohol-free life.

But much more than that I have gained back all of the things I never thought I would get back again—self-respect, integrity, confidence, clarity, self-pride, control, dignity, worthiness and most of all, the ability to nurture myself again.

Through each part of the program, I’ve had huge insights of myself and all that surrounds me.

I have been able to let go of the past turmoils that consumed me and had led me to the point of giving up. Instead, I have great clarity on the goals and paths that I must keep on, to live a happy life, without the need for substance use.

The program has treated me as a whole, body and mind, not as an affliction which is diseased for life. I came to Narconon feeling I was broken, in a million little pieces, beyond any repair. I was wrong. Everything is repairable. I am.

I have back the gift of my life and the ability to experience and feel happiness every day, in the here and now.

It has been an amazing journey of self-discovery.

I leave here with a great sense of who I am and excitement for every day that my future holds.

D.B.—Narconon Student


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

AUTHOR

Christine Bauer

Christine is the Dissemination Secretary at Narconon Melbourne, Australia. She is also a graduate of the program and has been free of drugs for 11 years.

NARCONON MELBOURNE

DRUG EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION