6 years.
By 2high2comply
12/29/2010 12:20:59 PM
It is my first time blogging here, but longtime user of this site. I just got over 6 years of opiate addiction. I am here to tell you in part as I am grateful of your struggles and The Heavenly Father, as I could not have done this alone. I realize now his arm is outstretched everyday, I simply have to reach for it. How blessed we are to have the support of our leaders in the Church to pull us thru anything. I know this program works, I know it is a daily struggle, but the rewards are worth it.


"We love to hear the successes!"
posted at 15:20:21 on December 29, 2010 by Hero
Thank you!    
"I thank my Heavenly Father for your redemption and deliverance. My mind still cannot grasp the breadth and the depth of Heavenly Fathers love. It makes John 3:16 one of the most celebrated scriptures for those who have been snatched from the grasp of this awful monster of addiction. And now we pick up our cross and walk the walk and talk the talk. Each day, one day at a time until we are finished with this mortal probation. I like to think of this life as being on probation with Jesus as our probation officer. Check in with Him daily."
posted at 21:40:00 on December 29, 2010 by 3R's

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"Each one who resolves to climb that steep road to recovery must gird up for the fight of a lifetime. But a lifetime is a prize well worth the price. This challenge uniquely involves the will, and the will can prevail. Healing doesn’t come after the first dose of any medicine. So the prescription must be followed firmly, bearing in mind that it often takes as long to recover as it did to become ill. But if made consistently and persistently, correct choices can cure. "

— Russell M. Nelson

General Conference, October 1988