Narconon has helped many people get off of drugs and alcohol. Narconon Drug Rehabilitation is one of the most successful modules in the world. Here is the story of a business man whose life was saved by Narconon’s technology.
The Story of “Z”
Z was born in the early sixties to a large family of upper-middle class standing. He was a middle child of six siblings, equal amounts of boys and girls. His family was of high intelligence and at times very dramatic. His life was always filled with excitement.
His family could afford to send him to very good private schools as a child, and Z did well in school, and most years made strait A’s. The exception to this was in third grade, and was because he never did his homework. Once he figured out that you had to do your homework to excel in school, he made sure it was always done in the years that followed. In high school, he continued with his of making strait A’s, and was very involved in all school activities that were available to him. He was in the band, he was the head of the school year book, he excelled on the school swim team, and in his senior year was the lead in the school play. High school was very good for Z, except for the fact that that was when he started drinking and doing drugs.
Z started drinking alcohol when he was fifteen years old. When he was sixteen, he and one of his friends drove down to South America. There his friend started obtaining large amounts of cocaine to sell in the United States. When he was with this friend he started using cocaine with him. He was around sixteen and a half. When he was seventeen he met his future wife. They started dating and fell in love. He was still drinking and using large amounts of cocaine at the time, and originally this did not bother her. Well at least not enough to leave him. They eventually got married after graduating college when they were twenty one.
Early Usage of Drugs and Alcohol
When Z was eighteen he started college and continued to do well as far as his grades were concerned. He found out soon enough though, that college was the perfect place to party. He continued to drink and use cocaine, and after a while it started to affect his academics. He was always drinking in college, and he was always starting a party so he wouldn’t have to drink alone. He would quickly turn an evening out with friends into a drunk fest.
After a few years of going to college, he got into an automobile accident while drinking. It was a very serious accident where Z was thrown completely through his windshield. He slid many feet across the pavement and would have kept sliding further if a building had not been there to stop his motion. When the police arrived at the scene Z was unconscious and appeared to be dead. His clothes were torn into shreds of fabric, and he looked lost to this world. Because of the assumption of his death, the paramedics were not called right away, and the cops actually began to outline his body with the tape that is used to outline dead bodies. During this process, Z woke up from his state of unconsciousness and the police quickly told him not to move, as he had been in a serious car accident. He was then rushed to a hospital where it was found that he had suffere no injuries. He had not a scratch on him anywhere. It began to feel a little like to Z that he was maybe invincible.
His partying got worse after that. He was on a rush from the accident and felt like nothing could hold him back. This was not to last, however. When he was twenty three, he and some friends went to South America to buy a large amount of cocaine to sell back in the U.S. They got caught in the act of buying the cocaine. Z got blamed for everything and got sentenced to eleven years in prison in the country that he was in. He spent two and half years in jail in this other country. After this time, the U.S. started making prisoner exchanges with this particular country. Z got exchanged back into the U.S. where he was tried for the same charges in an American court room. Luckily, for him, he had been tried for conspiring to sell a controlled substance, as opposed to possession, and conspiring to sell drugs is not illegal in the U.S., only the actual sale and possession of the substance is, and the drugs were not on Z’s person at the time of the arrest. All charges were dropped and Z has no criminal record.
Z was very lucky in the fact that when he got home, his wife was still waiting for him. Life quickly resumed back to normal. He did not start using cocaine again and swore he never would again. He did not quit drinking alcohol, however. He did not drink as heavily as he had before, and he kept all partying to a minimum. He was scared strait for a good four to five years.
Methamphetamine Usage Begins
While in college Z had earned a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. He got a very good job when he got home from jail in his chosen field. He started making a lot of money and meanwhile he and his wife started a family. After the money started to really come in, and life continued to get better, Z started getting a little braver. He started using meth amphetamine in his early thirties. He had sworn to himself that he was never going to use cocaine again, but had never said anything about meth. He missed the amped of feeling that cocaine had given him, and he found a similar feeling in meth. He continued to make good money, but he continued to use meth and drink until he was thirty seven.
When he got to be thirty seven, something told him to stop using any illegal drugs. He stopped using meth altogether but really missed all the energy it gave him. He decided to go to his doctor and see if there was a way to remedy that. He told his doctor that he was suffering from ADD, and was there any medication that could be prescribed to fix that.
Narconon Drug Rehabilitation Continued in Chapter Two