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This feeling is.....AMAZING
By Teddy
7/20/2011 5:14:43 PM
i just want to say I've broken my record and have been sober for 5 weeks 6 tommorwow,even as i type and read it i don't believe it.Besides the fact i'm sober i feel unbelievably great!!! and i'm not just saying this but i owe a lot of this to you guys your prayers your words your post and of course to god he made this possible.I'm starting to love my life and myself more.I'm glad i'm trying to stop this addiction because that short moment is nothing compared to this all day happy feeling :D

oh and i finally can take sacraments and my goal go to the temple!!! :):):):):))))

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congrats    
"way to go Teddy! What an accomplishment you have made. Keep up the positive attitude and stay close with Heavenly Father."
posted at 20:33:52 on July 20, 2011 by rachp
so happy for you    
"watch out though...

the temple is not the end of the road (at least for me it wasn't)
It's a HUGE accomplishment...

i just know satan likes to take cheap shots at people too.

I'm praying for you teddy!"
posted at 00:46:56 on July 21, 2011 by gracefull
:))    
"thanks guys! im still going tommorow will be 7 weeks"
posted at 09:19:17 on July 27, 2011 by Teddy
Yeah!    
"Great accomplishment! Way to go! :)"
posted at 10:30:43 on July 27, 2011 by confidence
THATS SOOOO AWESOME    
"7 weeks is GREAT accomplishment.. Period."
posted at 23:40:52 on July 27, 2011 by gracefull


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