Wife of Narconon Graduate
Within a week of getting married to my husband, I found out that he was on drugs. And this was very devastating for me.
Maybe it’s just something I didn’t want to know. You know, you put on these blinders because you want to believe that the person that you’re going to spend the rest of your life with wouldn’t do that and wouldn’t betray you like that.
And I told him that I was very angry and I didn’t understand. I was really shocked, like, “How could this happen?” And he looked at me and he said, and he got down on his knees and he said, “Are you gonna leave me?” And I almost didn’t want to talk to him. He did say, he was the one that said he wanted to go to Narconon.
I don’t think I would have been able to handle it if he wasn’t willing to make the necessary changes that he had to.
Completing the program was like night and day comparing from where he’s been or where he [is] to where he was then.
The amount of care and the amount of thought that he put into some of the things that he said to me and some of the other things that he told me about, you know, some of the things that he came clean to me about, I was floored because he’s never been that honest with me.
It was refreshing. You know, it was, it was like, “Oh, that’s who I married.”
I am extremely grateful to Narconon for everything — the support, the program itself, the restoration of responsibility in my husband.
We now have two girls, a 2-1/2-year-old and a 1-year-old. And my husband is now in nursing school.
Words can’t describe how things changed and how different they were and how amazing it is.