Why I started doing Narconon drug education?

Narconon graduate shares why he started doing drug education.

You know, drug education for me was foreign in the beginning because I’m so used to working with adults. I said, “What am I going to talk to a little kid about?” Then once I started doing it, I realized I could turn around a person in 45 minutes with giving him a piece of data that he didn’t have before. And I’m coming from experience. I’m not a police man out there telling them don’t do drugs. I’m telling them why. And then I’m asking them if they got it. So it’s a two-way flow. And at the end of a program, they will thank me. They will say, “I didn’t know that that poison stays in your body for months or years later. I want to be an athlete. I don’t want to do that.”

Why did you start doing drug education?

Why? Because uh. First of all, working with Bobby Wiggins was pretty cool. Once I started doing it, I realized that to get around to them before they lose their freedom. When they’re still curious. They’re brand-new. They’re looking at it and it doesn’t seem so bad. So if I can get in a classroom when they’re still in that classroom setting, and they’re still young and they still have careers that they’re dreaming of, if I can give them a piece of data as to what exactly they’re going to get involved with, ooh, then most of them are smart enough to figure out, don’t do that. I’ll also spot the other one with his eyes on the ground and that’s the one selling the dope. And I’ll talk to him too. But I spot him also. So you can figure out how to save lives real quickly. I got involved with it because it’s necessary, and it’s probably the most effective thing we can do to actually stop it before they come in the front door.

There are hundreds of thousands of Narconon drug education success stories from students who said they will no longer use drugs now they they understand the real effects and dangers.

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