update and going forward
By mike81
10/9/2011 3:25:36 PM
Hello dear friends,

I have not been very active for many reason, but fortunately I Was doing better especially after my last relapse and I was able to regain some level of sobriety

I'm about to finish my step number 2, I feel better since the last couple weeks, I work with one of the member of my 12-step to get some accountability, it help a lot, I had a big issue with that and my therapist told me I should work on that otherwise I will keep falling in that same way.

I can feel that I have a better connection with my God although it is not always the same level every day, I still have a lot of feeling, such as loneliness, anxiety, angers but I can feel some how the day pass without acting out.

I have a big "issue", it is about the church and the way I feel when I'm there, I feel still so unworthy, I Can feel the love of my father in heaven but it does not mean that I receive the forgiveness of my sin, I refused to offer public prayer at church or anythings else, I don't feel I'm worthy enough to take the sacrement etc.. and I don't know along it will take, it is more related on the Sin side than addiction

Thanks everyone


Simple Help    
"Hi, i have not seen any of your recent posts, but I am still glad to help... The best advice that i can give you is just talk to your bishop. I know it seems like a very uncomfortable position, but after it is over with, it feels like you are walking on air. I would do it 50 times and it would still be worth it in the long run. I hope this helped!"
posted at 16:24:21 on October 9, 2011 by Andrewrb
hang in there    
"one step at a time, one foot in front of the other"
posted at 23:32:32 on October 9, 2011 by skyteamst90

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