DRUG REHAB

Jose Llaguno in Drug Rehab
15 March 2018

What it Takes to Get Off Drugs

An exploration of the proper estimation of effort, energy, money, time and resources it takes to achieve this life or death target.

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Samuel in Drug Rehab
3 March 2018

Growing Out of Drugs

Growing up, I saw classmates and friends experiment with drugs such as cannabis and alcohol at a young age—13 years old. After leaving school and going to college in the UK (16 to 18 years old), I didn’t come in contact with drugs…

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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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E. Kenneth Eckersley in Drug Rehab
13 October 2017

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

The first difference. In this series of five articles, I describe in detail the difference between the Narconon programme and other forms of rehabilitation. Let’s start with the first difference.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
12 September 2017

In the UK, Is Enabling More Drug Use the Only Answer to Drug Deaths?

The United States is not alone in struggling with increases in the number of drug-related deaths. In England and Wales, record numbers of people are dying as a result of their use of heroin, cocaine and MDMA.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
5 September 2017

UK Preference for Stimulant Abuse Is a Dangerous Trend

A recent survey of more than twenty thousand people across Europe and the UK revealed that prescription drug abuse is on the increase—including the abuse of stimulants.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
14 May 2017

Some Steps for Preventing Addiction

Improve your health. Feeling tired, not well or being in pain opens the door to drug and alcohol abuse. A healthy, nutritious diet is important to maintaining health and preventing disease.

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