M.C, Cornwall,UK - July 2010
Saturday, 02 April 2011 17:14
Last Updated on Saturday, 02 April 2011 17:16
Fearful, anxious, lonely, depressed and desperate enough to change my life, I was able to surf the internet to find a place where I could recover from alcoholism. Luckily I found Serenity House which offers a 28 day program based on the twelve steps of Alcoholic Anonymous.
I didn’t know then what this meant but I took a chance. With a university degree in psychology I knew what I would face in a large rehab center based on medication and psychological sessions and I was scared. Serenity House has at most six clients and a very kind, caring, personalized and professional approach to the illness. The staff are all recovering alcoholics and understand exactly what the illness is all about.
If you have discovered this web page and are reading this, PLEASE, do yourself a favour and call them now. You will go through the 12 steps in a very coherent and thorough manner which will help you to control your illness. You will have a new outlook on what the A.A. fellowship is all about (probably very different to what you think right now) and as an added benefit in four weeks you will learn how to relate to people with a new mind set.
Situated in Puerto Serrano, the center is an oasis of tranquility. Two times a week they take you to A.A. meetings outside the center where you become familiar with the format of meetings so you can continue the program when you go home.
Everyone arrives here at a different stage in the illness, but everyone arrives here because addiction has destroyed their life. There is a solution if you really want it. Make the commitment and go to Serenity House.M.C.