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By terrym
3/22/2012 12:51:50 PM
Hey let's talk about what we should avoid, do or don't to while using the computer or internet in order to stay safe.

1. Don't go on any site that you don't know (no curious clicking)
2. Have computer located in a high traffic area of the house.
3. Put protections on it. K9, netnanny,

What are some other safty tips, what do you all do?

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avoid slipperly slope sites    
"cosmo, society gossip, parts of sports illustrated, etc.. all not good for me. gets the fantasy thoughts reved.

big thing is being mindful so I notice when Im headed to the edge. I need to get up and do something else. Once you are in the ritual nothing will stop you. powerless comes to mind."
posted at 13:33:34 on March 22, 2012 by Anonymous
Sometimes pride doesnt allow us to do that    
"Some of us dont want those, but we need it. I think its important to recover clean and not constantly relapsing. Its ok to have filters. Hopefully tho, we'll be strong enough for when the time comes that something isn't blocked, or your at a friends house. But we need a safe haven."
posted at 15:09:29 on March 22, 2012 by moroni


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