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I am sorry
By Joshua
2/8/2011 9:58:48 PM
I am sorry that I wrote about the stuff about I could fee myself changing and how it was the real deal. I later found out it wasn't as I skipped some steps and went right to apologiaing to lady at work before I left the place for a new job about how I have objectified her etc as I coudn't get the response out of my head and due to that I fell and now I am having a hard time putting together a good streak of sober days.

My bishop saids the moment I start to have respect for womanhood then my problem wi be solved so now I am tryin g to have more respect and see the pretty ladies I see as children of God and not just someone to obkectify to satisfy the lustful cravings and we will see how this fares

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Hang in there.    
"My dad recommended looking everyone, man or woman, in the eyes-no where else! You'll make it man. Seeing where you went wrong is an important step. You can make it with God's help. :)"
posted at 22:13:01 on February 8, 2011 by hubster
Hang In There!    
"Recovery is a process. Unfortunately sometimes we have downs in between the ups. If you learn from it then that is a positive thing. I know that sometimes I have to work hard to not objectify men. I try and remind myself that they are a person and not an object for me to fantasize about. It gets easier. I'm not sure that not objectifying will solve the whole problem, but it is definitely an important piece of it. Keep working your plan. You'll get some sober days strung together again. Don't be too hard on yourself, and celebrate your successes when you have them."
posted at 00:35:02 on February 9, 2011 by dstanley


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