DRUG REHAB

Jim in Drug Rehab
April 2, 2018

He Still Feels Like He Missed Out

This is my second article about my personal experiences with street drugs during the late 1960’s and into the mid 1970’s and how they nearly destroyed my life. I became immediately addicted to methamphetamine after my first injection in 1968.

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Jim in Drug Rehab
March 27, 2018

A 6-year Slide to the Brink of Oblivion

Hello, My name is Jim Ring and I want to express my concern over the drug epidemic world wide. I feel a sense of responsibility in all this. Let me explain.

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Devon Alexander in Drug Rehab
February 23, 2018

Why Not Quit Cold Turkey?

Alcohol is the most commonly abused substance in the US, with one in every 12 adults battling an alcohol dependency or abuse issue, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD).

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Karen in Drug Rehab
January 9, 2018

The “Big Four”—Top Drugs Sending Texans to Rehab

Texans to Rehab Texans tend to be justifiably proud of their big state and the tough-talking attitudes of Texans. The slogan “Don’t mess with Texas” is a refrain used by Texans to express their pride in their own independence and ruggedness.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2017

Recovering Responsibility is a Core Component of Rehabilitation

True rehabilitation after addiction will restore a person’s sense of personal responsibility and a desire to help others. Families watch for this change as a person goes through rehab.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
November 12, 2017

Texas Struggles with Addiction to Pills, Heroin and Fentanyl

When you see national headlines about addiction and overdoses, they usually focus on the Northeast or Midwest. But a resident of Texas—especially South Texas—would argue that their region needs much more attention and care.

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Phillip in Drug Rehab
October 5, 2017

If Relapse Is Not an Option, You Better Be Prepared…

Being able to handle life well after rehab has to do with being able to confront what life throws at us and knowing how to handle it. In other words, being prepared and knowing there is a solution to life problems is key to long-term sobriety.

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Tony Bylsma in Drug Rehab
March 4, 2017

Now Able to Move On

I feel really good about the Personal Values Course. I was very honest and able to actually get the things I needed off my chest. This allowed me to start really making amends with the people I had harmed in the past.

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Tony Bylsma in Drug Rehab
February 17, 2017

I Have Felt the Improvement In Myself as Well as Seen Improvement In My Twin

The Narconon program includes unique exercises called objectives to help bring a person's attention off the past and into the present. This is what Tim has to say about this part of the program: “ This week was a productive week working with my twin on the Objectives .

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Tony Bylsma in Drug Rehab
February 4, 2017

I Am Ready to Use My New Skills

The Narconon program includes unique exercises called Objectives to help bring a person's attention off the past and into the present. Becoming stable in present time is a very important factor in drug rehabilitation.

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