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"My life has changed since that experience," he said. "I'm much more open-minded about things, more accepting, more compassionate, and much more willing to help people."
He wants to make peace with his past. In a way, Cia's life might never get better if he doesn't try to do so. For a long time, he tried to get help for his addictions and was unable to cope with the feelings.
"I was afraid if I tried to find someone who could help with something, you just know they're not going to accept you, and I did try to deal with it, and it was like a drug to me," he said. "I would think, 'I can't give up everything.' It just seems so impossible with what I've gone through."
He's looking for something close to closure for his addiction, a job, or just to feel like he's working again in a place he loves.
He recently learned where his next adventure may lie. Cia is going to Georgia to help another young family regain the balance of their lives.
"You have to feel a sense of comfort, of being on your feet," he said. "That's so important. It's hard to feel a sense of hope if you're not going to be able to be on your feet."
In her blog, Leah Remini, the famed Scientology survivor, said she thought it would be a great opportunity to visit Cia.
"I saw how much energy he has and this might be just the place he needs to get out of this funk," she wrote. "I can't wait to see him. I'll h서산출장안마elp raise his spirits!"
The trip may sound like Cia is going to Hollywood — it's a $50,000-a-day camp run by Sea Org members called Sea Life International — bu