Real Patient Stories

The NRC present some of the Real Patient Stories who recovered from the addiction by there strong well, the stories try to communicate what changes took place for the individual, what it meant to them, and whether there were any key factors or circumstances that helped and maintained both thinking or behavior change. The stories offer inspiration and hope for both individuals and their families with the realization that recovery is possible. A holistic, inclusive and person-centered approach was used.

 

Khalifa: If you are not self-motivated, treatment won’t work out

Throughout life, everyone passes through many turning points that drive them either for the better or drift them to the worse; it’s up to our reason and will that we decide ...

Abdullah: I came back to life thanks to the NRC

Abdullah, 47, who recovered from heroin addiction, says:” my addiction started during a trip to Bangkok when I was 22. I had a strong tendency and curiosity ...

Ali: The decision to quit using was a turning point in my life

Ali is 43 and a recovered addict. His experience with drugs started with one of his relatives who incited him to take hashish when he was 14. Things evolved ...