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Apologies...
By jja1234
7/30/2012 1:53:46 AM
I do believe that apologies are in order for my latest post on here. Was it a venting session? Yes. But My heart was full of hatred and anger at the time I posted. I know that it may have been negative and I hope it didn't bring any of you down.

As for my situation it still isn't any better but I blame nobody but myself. I know I'm strong enough to beat this, I just haven't really tried yet. I'm posting here tonight to begin day 1 of forever. I'm really tempted to look a few websites up but I'm going to close the computer and leave as soon as I'm done writing this. But I felt I needed to apologize first.

Thank you everyone for your continued support. I wouldn't be where I am today without you guys!

*Counter Reset* Here is Day 1 of forever!

Comments:

Hang in there...    
"It's really hard, beating addiction. Remember, it's not going to kill you to not feed this hunger (at least that's what I tell myself).

Everyone has bad days."
posted at 07:13:43 on July 30, 2012 by Anonymous
Wrong...    
"You aren't strong enough to beat this... you are powerless over it... only in the Savior will you find strength... lean on Him and rely on His sustaining, cleansing and nurturing power. The Atonement has many other powers bedes healing.... it can and will lift you and protect you. Chin up!"
posted at 14:09:30 on July 30, 2012 by siouxsie
He is Strog enough to beat this :-)    
"We have to have the will to accept strength from the Lord. But, he never expected us to leave it to him to solve everything. No doubt we have to fight ourselves for our recovery, and of course the Lord will guide us. But we have to be strong, JJA you are.

And reply my email punk lol. "
posted at 02:28:49 on August 1, 2012 by moronidenovo


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