When Aaron first arrived at rehab, he admitted that he had finally rock bottom and that this was truly the lowest of the low for him. He admitted that getting off of drugs and alcohol had now finally become a priority for him and that he needed to do the right thing and kick his habit or die trying. Aaron had never really understood before what it truly meant to suffer from addiction to drugs and alcohol. He never really understood exactly what it would take to find peace of mind and carefree abstinence from addiction in such a way that he could actually find a place in sobriety that was stable and actually lasting.
Aaron spoke about when his addiction started it became a downward spiral to rock bottom. He talked a lot about how, at one point, he had it all. He spoke about the successes of his life and what he had been able to build for himself. He spoke about how he had spent his whole life trying to get the things that he had, but then he was able and willing to throw it all away for drugs.
Aaron then went on to confide that his family was his true friend and hero and that, had it not been for them, he would not be in the position he was in when he was able to get clean and sober from his addiction for life. He spoke a lot about how if it had not been for his family he knows for a fact that he would have lost everything and died. When he first arrived at BDR, he felt angry, lost, and like a person with absolutely no hope for the future. He felt as though he was at the end of his rope and that it wouldn’t have taken much to completely push him over the edge and into a level of misery and degradation from which there would be no return.
Sobriety was Possible with Best Drug Rehabilitation
It didn’t take long at Best Drug Rehabilitation for things to sincerely start to brighten up for Aaron. He started to feel like he might actually be able to get clean and sober and that he might actually be able to find abstinence and sobriety and some degree of peace of mind in his recovery. He talked a lot about sort of just giving the program a chance and about finding peace within himself and knowing that he was truly grateful for that. He spoke about he would never again fall so far and destroy everything that he ever loved.
Aaron talked about how, though he did not know what he was there for, but a dead statistic was certainly not it! He talked a lot about how whatever he did in this world it would be in his own way and it would be great for him as a result. He felt like it was really his turn to fly and he was not going to ever look back!
He felt in a big way that he would not be where he is today had it not been for this program, and he felt as though this program was the key reason why he was able to make the recovery that he made and why he was able to make it as quickly as he did too. Aaron spoke a lot about getting peace of mind and abstinence from addiction and about getting a way to find freedom from all of his habits in such a way as to gain abstinence from a substance abuse habit once and for all and for good.