I am commiting
By SoberFocus
8/8/2011 4:55:11 PM
I am committing to coming into this blog everytime my eyes wonder the pages of the internet and my thoughts are carried away by the images that excite me. I don't want to be so far trapped that I begin to justify any more. I am also committing to doing a current inventory once a day to know where I am. I am going to spend at least 30-an hour planning and within this time I am going to become focused on what I need to do online, and report back when I am safe having completed this if necessary. I cannot live a lie of purity and yet have impure images playing through my mind.


"I have made this same commitment..I look forward to writing more on how I feel each day. I know it will make a better person out of me. I know that I need to work extra hard to get the images out of my head. I commend you on this commitment. you are awesome."
posted at 17:12:09 on August 8, 2011 by urbnoutdrzmn
Start with a block on your computer,phone, I-pad ect.......    
"K 9 is free. Have someone else know the password though.
Stay committed!"
posted at 02:20:16 on August 9, 2011 by Hero
Thanks for the support    
"I am motivated. I came back to the site to find safety and both your replies after I had blogged and found peace, became motivating to me. Thank you for being involved!"
posted at 00:41:24 on August 10, 2011 by soberfocus

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