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PASG
By SeminaryKid
3/12/2012 4:33:26 PM
I did it. I finally went to a PASG meeting. I am almost 16, and i was the only guy under 20 there, but I loved it. I didn't say anything the whole time, but i was crying on my way home. I finally feel like i am making an effort. I have hope once again. Thank you, Lord, for this.
For anyone out there who is trying to decide weather you should go to a support group meeting, i think you really should. It is totally anonymous, so you have nothing to lose. Please, you will feel much better.
Thank you Lord.

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:)    
"Good for you! This is huge and such an important step. I am really happy for you that you went."
posted at 08:28:11 on March 13, 2012 by maddy
me too!    
"I am also happy you went. I found hope, support and healing in the pasg meetings. This addiction starts to die when it is brought out into the light where it can wither and die. You are right there is nothing to lose and everything to gain, by going to a support meeting"
posted at 18:19:10 on March 13, 2012 by harveyf


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