I was convinced that I was crazy

When I came to Narconon, I was thoroughly convinced that I was crazy. I realize now that I believed other people, without actually giving myself a chance to succeed. I now truly believe that I will be fine. I don’t need a pill to help me accomplish my goals. I don’t need a pill to calm down or to interact with others. I can and will accomplish my goals on my own. Coming off pills has given me my life back, I am forever grateful.
R. W.

3 thoughts on “I was convinced that I was crazy”

  1. I love this post. I feel the same exact way. I do not need a needle to accomplish the things that i want to in life. It is actually the complete opposite. Now that I am off of drugs I have been accomplishing so much more in my life. All of the previous passions in my life that I had before drugs have started to resurface such as my love for art, music and skateboarding. It feels good to be alive again.

  2. I was, and definitely am, still a little bit crazy. The drugs that I was doing did not help me at all, instead they facilitated my out of control behavior. However, now that I do not feel the slightest need for using drugs and have been sober for a significant period of time, I am blessed to have the self control and discipline that I need to act properly. Thank you Rainbow Canyon Retreat.

  3. I was, and definitely am, still crazy. The drugs that I was doing did not help me at all, instead they facilitated my out of control behavior. However, now that I do not feel the slightest need for using drugs and have been sober for a significant period of time, I am blessed to have the self control I need to contain my craziness. Thank you.

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