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Jemima J. Jones in Narconon Success
15 November 2017

Drug Addiction: What Is It Actually and How Do You ’Cure It’

It is probably a good idea right at the start to define addiction so there is no mistake as to what it is and what one is dealing with, after all, one can be addicted to aspirin as well as drugs sold illegally on the street.

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Fraser Scott in Narconon Success
15 November 2017

One of the Things I’m Proudest About in My Family

I have two members of my family who got all the way through school, one private, one public, without touching any drugs, because of talks I had with them when they were quite young. My first story is about a boy who was eleven at the time…

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Jemima J. Jones in Narconon Success
14 November 2017

The Law and Jail Tales

To begin with, you may be under the impression that it is illegal to actually smoke marijuana (cannabis roll your own) or eating it, (as part of a cake recipe or chocolate brownies ingredient. It isn't. What is illegal is to be in possession of it.

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Jeremy in Narconon Success
30 October 2017

What Is a Gateway Drug?

A gateway drug is a drug that a person will agree to take for the first time, despite their instinct that it's wrong to do so. At that point they have violated their basic integrity on the subject of drugs, and this can be the first step towards addiction.

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Fraser Scott in Drug Education
23 October 2017

Drugs Are a Solution That Become THE PROBLEM

I started taking drugs when I was 14 and continued heavily until 22. My mum tried hard to get me to quit—some of my worst memories are of her crying because she saw the mess I was in but couldn’t stop me.

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Jeremy in Drug Stories
21 October 2017

The “Summer of Love” of 1988

When I look back, for me it all started in Manchester in the “Summer of Love“ of 1988. Acid House had hit the UK via Ibiza, and the clubs were buzzing with a new wave of electronic dance music and a new drug called ecstasy…

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E. Kenneth Eckersley in Drug Rehab
18 October 2017

It’s the Differences Which Make Narconon Successful! Further Differences

This is the final article of a series of five, where I describe in detail the difference between the Narconon programme and other forms of rehabilitation.

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E. Kenneth Eckersley in Drug Rehab
17 October 2017

It’s the Differences Which Make Narconon Successful! The Fourth & Fifth Differences

In this series of five articles, I describe in detail the difference between the Narconon programme and other forms of rehabilitation. Here I present the fourth and fifth differences.

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E. Kenneth Eckersley in Drug Rehab
16 October 2017

It’s the Differences Which Make Narconon Successful! The Third Difference

In this series of five articles, I describe in detail the difference between the Narconon programme and other forms of rehabilitation. Here I present the third difference.

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E. Kenneth Eckersley in Drug Rehab
14 October 2017

It’s the Differences Which Make Narconon Successful! The Second Difference

In this series of five articles, I describe in detail the difference between the Narconon programme and other forms of rehabilitation. Here I present the second difference.

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