Mark Crabtree Drug Addiction Had Destroyed Marks Life Using the tools he learned in the program , Mark has overcome his addiction and is living a drug free life. Before coming to the Narconon Program Mark was in some serious trouble. He found himself in jail facing charges that could have sent him to prison. […]
Many Americans are getting speeded up with nowhere to go. “Going nowhere fast” is an apropos description of the millions that are on stimulants, particularly methamphetamine and amphetamines For a while, it seemed that methamphetamine abuse was on the decline and stimulants in general had taken a back seat to other drugs of abuse. Unfortunately, […]
Drug Rehabilitation Advocates Meet State Officials At the South Louisiana Community College campus, advocates and government officials Director Marjorie Esman, Judge Fredericka Wicker, Pelican Institute of Public Policy President Kevin Kane, Sen. Fred Mills, R-Parks, and Rep. Terry Landry, D-Lafayette, addressed issues plaguing the state’s prison system. LAFAYETTE, La. — Looking ahead at the next […]
Returning to former talents and hobbies is an important part of recovery.
You ever heard of a teen ager getting post traumatic disorder? Researchers from the University of Stavanger in Norway got some findings that say that victims of bullying may require long-term support because they are being bullied and can develop post traumatic stress disorder symptoms. In this study they looked at 1,000 teens between the […]
It is a well known fact that modern psychiatry has officially gone insane. What do you say? Well I base this statement on information I got that is saying almost every emotion experienced by a human being like sadness, grief, anxiety, frustration, impatience, excitement is now being classified as a “mental disorder” and of course […]
Have you ever met anyone personally who is presently on drugs and really wants to stop but doesn’t know how? Just yesterday I met a 24 year old female who comes from a wealthy family, not that had anything to do with her situation. She looked gaunt and tired. I asked what was going on […]
In the last ten years substance abuse treatment admissions have risen a total of 569.7 percent and that is just looking at a combined use of benzodiazepine and narcotic pain relievers. This information comes from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. When they looked at overall substance abuse treatment admissions in the same […]