It is difficult to explain what The Sanctuary did for me as I can still feel my new self slowly morphing everyday into the person I was always meant to become.
I think the worst side of depression and addictions is the fear of a lifetime of struggle. We are taught that somehow, some of us were born broken or broke beyond repair at some point. We are taught that the best we can hope for is a life of coexistence with our struggles were all we can do is manage the symptoms of our brokenness. Those beliefs were always contradictory to what I believed us, as humans, are capable of and yet I couldn't find a "program" that taught otherwise until I found The Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary didn't heal me, it taught me how to heal myself.
The Sanctuary didn't teach me how to live with my addictions; it taught me a path to COMPLETE recovery.
The Sanctuary didn't save me, it taught me how to save myself.
And for this I will forever be grateful.
Daniela - Los Angeles, CA