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reboot
By adrastos
4/12/2011 11:18:37 AM
I haven't been on here as much as I should. I sometimes feel intimidated for several reasons that I won't go into, but I feel that I need some extra support, and some extra accountability.

That and this place is anonymous, making it feel a bit more safe. I use to think I could only write on here if I needed advice or help, but now I realize that I can just write to get my feelings/frustrations out. If people want to comment, great, but I'm not going to worry about that anymore.

I messed up this morning, just got blindsided by Satan, didn't exactly have my defenses up. So, tomorrow will be day one. I know some people tell me not to count, but I it helps me.

So, for the rest of today and tomorrow and after that, here is my quest of sobriety and freedom from m@sturbation and p0rnogr@phy, and to eternal life.

Comments:

good job    
"im glad your are quick to try again!!! you should get on this site as much as possible it helps good luck!"
posted at 16:25:54 on April 12, 2011 by teddy
prayer    
"You are definitely in my prayers today, brother!"
posted at 09:41:55 on April 13, 2011 by lawrence
thank you    
"Thank you Teddy & Lawrence. I've been told that the best way to get out of a slump is to tell someone that you acted out ASAP and try to get right back on your feet. So, then you don't get stuck in a relapse for an excessive amount of time. I appreciate your help, support, and prayers.

Day 1 so far was great! I read my scriptures, read out of the Steps book, and listen to conference during my problem time, felt great this morning. I know it won't always be that easy, but its nice to get a day like that in."
posted at 14:15:51 on April 13, 2011 by adrastos


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