Learning Life Skills to Be Drug Free
Often times an addiction starts because a person is hanging around with people who, to say the least, are not very interested in their well-being. This is why, after the physical aspect of addiction is addressed, students on the Narconon program learn life skills to stay drug free. This is how some of the recent students of Narconon Nepal describe that feeling of empowerment:
Overcoming Ups & Downs in Life Course Completion
After the completion of the Overcoming Ups & Downs in Life, I have disassociated myself with negative influences and this has really been a turning point in my life. I thought they were my best friends, in fact, they were suppressive toward me.
Personal Values Course Completion
Having done the Personal Values course, I feel a heightened sense of relief. I feel free from my suppressive burdens and I am worry-free. I have a better sense of judgment between right and wrong.
Changing Conditions in Life Course Completion
On the course Changing Conditions in Life, I learned that I was in a very poor condition and I learned formulas to climb up the ladder and be a more ethical person. I have realized I won’t be a liability to my family anymore and do good deeds.
This course really helped me to understand who I really am. I have a huge sense of relief after completing the course. And now have a sense of responsibility toward my family and friends. This course opened my eyes.