After he returned home, she said, “I was so grateful that he completed the program and was in a different place.I am so delighted when I see my son with his brother and they have a relationship – when I see Josh with his cousins and they have a relationship – he would never have had these relationships with his friends and family without Narconon.” You can have that loving person back in your life again.We jumped off waterfalls and explored abandoned houses and sang throaty renditions of Third Eye Blind songs to each other, living in that “right this moment” way you only really can when you're 18.But one year together turned into three turned into four, and he still lived with his toxic, super-Christian, unsupportive family, and rarely had a job that lasted over a month. Soon, I decided to move to New York, and I didn't want him to come with me.When the effects of drugs are eliminated, when the person has a way to regain a bright outlook on life, and when he regains his self-respect and integrity, then that loving person can once again take control of his life and his relationships.The Narconon drug rehab program has been the start of a whole new life for many people who thought their relationships were gone forever.Cody was sitting on top of my car, in baggy jeans, hair hanging in his face, playing a guitar — like I had given someone a checklist of my ideal boy, and they’d created him and placed him on top of my green Geo Prism. He drove me home later that night, and we talked for hours in my driveway.I left for college a week later, found myself single a few weeks after that, and fell completely head over heels batshit crazy in love with Cody a few months later (thanks, Myspace! His demons were morose and real, but he funneled them into music and beer and weed — normal teenage stuff.
If it’s your loved one who was stolen away, they can come back into the light.He will often criticize others in attempt to remove attention from himself and his drug use.And emotionally, an addicted person is just not the same any more.For many addicts, the first thing they think about when they wake up isn’t the welfare of their children or how their spouse or aging parents are doing.It’s whether or not they have the drugs they need for the day.