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Former Addict John Discusses Life Before Narconon Arrowhead Program

man on benchIt is estimated that there are between 15,000,000 and 30,000,000 alcoholics in the United States.  As a general rule, alcoholics seem to run in the 5 to 10 percent range of any given population in those areas of the world where alcohol is consumed as a common practice. Continue reading

Narconon Arrowhead Week in Review 39

thumbsThe following are reviews of the Narconon Arrowhead drug treatment program in our 39th installment of Narconon Arrowhead Week in Review:

Dynamics of Living

I just finished learning about the different parts of life and how they work together.  It was a huge win for me to see how the how the areas including Continue reading

Narconon Arrowhead Week in Review 35

manThe following are the 35th week in review from Narconon Arrowhead.

I Will Never Touch Meth Again

I realized that I have absolutely no urge to get high. I don’t even know why I smoked meth in the first place. I think that it is a dirty drug that made me paranoid and super skinny. I never thought that Continue reading

Narconon Arrowhead Week in Review 21

manMy gain is my new threshold, tolerance and acceptance of pain.  Pain is strong moderating factor in more than just physical performance. For I have no more physical pain due to the nerve assists and the calcium magnesium that I have been getting. In addition to bettering pushing my body to its limits or past them, therefore I am eliminating pain and discomfort. My feet no longer hurt because they are not week anymore. My mental and emotional pain has ceased to exist due to forgiveness, of self and others, and respect. There is no more sorrow in my life. I walk down my path, head held high and chest bowed. Continue reading

Narconon Arrowhead Graduate Says Program Was Nothing Short of Life Saving

woman discussingVery few people understand how overpowering an addiction to drugs can be.  A sober individual can view a drug addict and make the offhand comment that the addict is just throwing their life away with drugs.  While this is true, what many people fail to realize is that the addict may be desperate for help and change but has been unable to receive it. Continue reading