Bashing my head against a wall
By Gondor44646
4/12/2012 1:57:29 PM
Please don't look at pornography, please don't masturbate...

There is nothing really critical for me to blog about, I'm just trying to get out of my shell so I don't brake. I'm at work and I want to look at inappropriate pictures and do inappropriate things. Of course I will not!?! It is so slow at work though... I actually have random General conference talks blasting through my computer speakers right now, I like how I have the opportunity to listen to talks at work. This is so stupid... Bashing my head against the wall ((I’m not really bashing my head or anything)) to avoid temptation as I listen to talks.

I'll be ok, I'm just trying to not feel isolated...



pray too    
"You aren't alone. and don't forget to pray for help."
posted at 14:47:14 on April 12, 2012 by lds236
Here here!    
"I hear ya, man. Keep fighting the good fight! :)"
posted at 16:57:09 on April 12, 2012 by fatherofone
go call someone    
"If you have friends with psag or another 12 step to call. That works for me. Gets me out of the zone"
posted at 17:59:55 on April 12, 2012 by Anonymous
Focus on the good.    
"I've been where you're at. What I do know is that when I focus on fighting the addiction and NOT going to sites it makes it harder. It's when I flip my brain to focus on the good things- the words of the talk, the lyrics of an inspirational song, the helpful, applicable doctrines from the scripture I'm reading. The prayer note is also right on. Pray for our Father to take the urge from you and pray to turn your will over to him. Ask, throughout a given day "What is thy will for me at this moment?" You're doing great! Keep it up."
posted at 17:02:02 on April 19, 2012 by CarpeDiem

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General Conference, October 1988