here lately
By churchgirl
8/19/2012 3:59:12 PM
things have been kinda rough,
i've been super lonely and i feel like i have none to talk too.
i have been clean since 4-15-12 the day i talked to my bishop.

i was so niece thinking that the only reason why i wasn't getting any guys
to like me was because i felt as though i had this black shadow of guilt right over me and everyone could see it, but its been 4 months and still no date from any guy. what should i do?

someone please help.


"My thoughts are with you. I'm not sure all of your story since this is the first time I've heard from you. But based on the little you said it seems you got clean in order to get a guy? You might want to take a look at that priority.

Recently I was having a hard time and my bishop had me write down all of the things I was grateful for. Everything. After I had that written, he had me prioritize them in order of importance to me. I put the Savior at the top. If you put the Savior at the top you will find refuge and solace there.

posted at 20:24:59 on August 19, 2012 by siouxsie
How To Win Freinds And Influence People    
" Dale Carnegie. That book will change yo life. Seriously, read and apply it (if you haven't already). It will build your confidence - the most attractive thing in the world. Good luck!"
posted at 01:01:51 on August 20, 2012 by They Speak
From personal experience    
"A lot of times, the guys come along when you're least expecting them. :)"
posted at 07:31:55 on August 20, 2012 by Anonymous
Look for a "friend" instead.    
"Build friendships with men and one of these friendships may turn into something more."
posted at 08:54:06 on August 20, 2012 by Anonymous
Addition is funny peculiar    
"Addiction is a funny thing. It is many days months or years of complete self-indulgence which is accompanyed by intense isolation. So, its a really really really hard thing to get out and back into the real world! But, you know, once we start on that path and stay on that path there is a whole world of true love - people helping and people needing help. I'm working on getting back myself; its not easy buth worth it!"
posted at 05:40:52 on September 6, 2012 by Anonymous

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