Rough Day
By Draffon
9/12/2013 7:21:35 PM
So as I read replies and comments left by others, I will say I am very offended that people think I am someone else. I am a disabled combat veteran and an addict that does exist. I am not KickIt and I will say that the comments are ridiculous. In this day and age we should be coming to aid our brothers and sisters with addictions instead of accusing them of being someone else.
Today is a prime example for myself. Because of stress and frustration of an upcoming move, I had a relapse of masturbation today. However, I do not let it hold me down. Before this unclean spirit was cast out of me I would have had this problem at least once a day. However in the past month and a half, I have had three relapses. Three. While I have had relapses I do not in any way feel like beating myself up or letting others try to tear me down because they will not succeed.
To combat this and push forward, I pray and ask for strength and I will be fasting to gain an understanding of my bad habits that lead to this. While I dread in a sense telling my family, I must do it because I will not let Satan have spiritual blackmail on me.
I realize that there are some that think KickIt and I are lying and fibbing and trolling in the topic of unclean spirits. Go ahead and get upset and say what you want; you will not change how I feel. I KNOW what happened to me. So for anyone that wants to believe I am someone else, grow up. Stop trying to tear people down. The Savior would never tear anyone down but help them through dark times.


"I am sorry you're feeling all this negativity. I like your attitude of picking yourself up and moving on. Relapses are great opportunities for change if we let them. And I think you have the right attitude."
posted at 21:49:32 on September 13, 2013 by maddy
You are doing great!    
"I know when Kick it had the unclean spirit cast out of him it took the compulsions from him but he still had to overcome some bad habits. The fact that you used to do MB so often but now hardly ever is a testament to your determination. I am so glad that you have the porn and thoughts under control as you did not mention them?

I think that with the MB it would be a bit like when someone gives up cigarettes? They always need to find something constructive to do with their hands ie: painting, knitting, making things etc as well as finding a physical activity to do?

My daughter has schizophrenia and has nightmares almost every night. When she is having a nightmare she calls out Mummy / Mommy to me and I go running. I usually get Kick it to cast out the unclean spirit and run my hands through her hair to calm her down. What I find is helping her lately is putting hymns on softly in her room.

I know that if you play hymns this will help you when feeling tempted as I believe that unclean spirits do not like hymns very much.

You sound like a wonderful young man!

God Bless!"
posted at 02:13:55 on September 14, 2013 by Aussie

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— Russell M. Nelson

General Conference, October 1988