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my emergency escape plan
By kaybee
6/4/2011 4:04:45 PM
as i was heading to bed on thursday night, after a rough day, i realized i needed to have a plan. one that i could make while i was clear headed, that i could write down and follow through with when times got tough and my back was against the wall. i used it today, not that it got too bad, but may as well get some practice with it before i need it desprately. i want to make it a habit. i thought some others might find this idea helpful and thats why i posted this.

my plan has 2 scripures: 1 nephi 3:7 and 1corinthians 10:13.
then it says to pray
then it has goals and why i want to follow thru with getting clean.

of course everyones plan may be a bit different, but this is MY outline. i hope this helps a few people.

Comments:

Good for you!    
"Having a plan is good. I like those scriptures."
posted at 00:55:20 on June 6, 2011 by dstanley
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"I am trying to make a plan too...but mine needs to have someone I can turn to. Someone else who knows I am in pain."
posted at 08:50:36 on June 6, 2011 by maddy


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General Conference May 1987