Difficult day difficult life
By mike81
4/21/2012 12:29:20 PM

Hello my drear friend,

As I'm on a specific phase today where my addiction is calling me back and I Wanted just to share my feeling, it is difficult today, somehow I feel a little bit weak, and a part of me is telling me to go back but the other part wants to progress and follow Christ.

I'm a little bit angry and this not help, I hope to get better tomorrow and not acting out today.

I will keep you posted

thanks for your support and help

Your friend from europe


"Go towards Christ. He is the only one who can save you from your addiction and its cravings. Going back to old behaviors will not do you any good.

Keel reaching out and working towards the goals you want."
posted at 12:53:59 on April 21, 2012 by Anonymous
thank you    
"of course he is the only one without question.

posted at 14:57:36 on April 21, 2012 by mike81
Hard days    
"Our ARP Elder always tells us that the hard days can be the best days because on good days we get over confident and the hard days are the days where we know we can't do it on our own. I hope your hard day turns into an angelic filled day!"
posted at 15:59:49 on April 22, 2012 by maddy
thank you    
"I do have some difficulty and I hope tomorrow will be better, but that's true I'm powerless over this addiction and I still need to learn to trust my savior a bit more."
posted at 04:45:13 on May 2, 2012 by mike81

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"My brethren who are caught in this addiction or troubled by this temptation, there is a way. Don’t accommodate any degree of temptation. Prevent sin and avoid having to deal with its inevitable destruction. So, turn it off! Look away! Avoid it at all costs. Direct your thoughts in wholesome paths. Please heed these warnings. Let us all improve our personal behavior and redouble our efforts to protect our loved ones and our environment from the onslaught of ography that threatens our spirituality, our marriages, and our children. "

— Dallin H. Oaks

General Conference, April 2005