Helping Another

Happy young man

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. A person’s attention can be stuck in literally thousands of different past moments. His behavior and attitudes are influenced by such past experiences. With so much attention on his past, he has little or no attention left for the here and now.

The purpose of objectives is to bring the person out of the past and into present time—ready and able to face life without resorting to drugs.

Studying and practicing the Objective course materials have allowed me to rekindle the purpose, as a student, to help another student. I am trying to help him, at least and I am looking forward to having some new realizations.

Tim—Narconon South Texas Student

AUTHOR

Tony Bylsma

Tony Bylsma has been working for Narconon as a counselor, administrator and educator in various areas of the US for many years. In addition to helping people overcome their addictions and live drug-free lives, Tony has spoken to over six hundred thousand students, parents and professionals regarding drug abuse and effective abuse prevention. This year Tony is celebrating his 40th year of sobriety!

NARCONON SOUTH TEXAS

DRUG EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION