im so sick....
By taintedlove
9/4/2012 11:54:43 AM
Night before last I put myself in a bad situation with someone I've known forever. I got off of work at midnight and went to hang with them as a friend. I guess they thought it was gonna be more. I ended up giving in not out of my addiction but out of obligation I guess. It hurt physically and emotionally. I want to die.


Prayers sent up...    
"Been there. It sucks BIG TIME. Prayers sent up for you. Remember that you are loved."
posted at 13:05:24 on September 4, 2012 by g1rlie
"I would avoid that person from now on. I am very sad for you. Pray that the Spirit will strive to be with you and begin your repentance."
posted at 00:45:51 on September 5, 2012 by Anonymous
No need to die . .    
"Please realize that death would make things worse, living the gospel requires just that. Living, day by day, there is no easy quick fix for a sin of this magnitude. I posted a few blogs under Bad Days/Venting and S~xual Addiction. Taintedlove, that is a terrible name to give yourself, Isaiah said paraphrasing, long time since I had this scripture memorized: "Come let us reason together, saith the Lord, though your sins be red as scarlet they shall be white as snow, though they be crimson, they shall be as wool." My two most favorite words in the gospel are Repentance and Forgiveness, not sure if you have heard of the book "The Miracle of Forgiveness" excellent read, everyone on this whole planet should read that inspired work. Also the story of the woman taken in the very act of commiting adultery, according to the law of Moses at that time which had not been fulfilled, they would I believe, I could be wrong, but have been justified in stoning her. But when asked, first the Savior ignored them, let them think for a while I believe, then when they were willing to listen asked, what shall we do, his answer was: He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her. Are you without sin? Well according to this scripture, I believe now, I could be wrong, no stone casting at yourself, but do as the savior said, when he said to the woman: Where are thine accusers, has no one condemned thee? She answeree Nay Lord, and then the Savior's all loving and compassionate answer was, "Neither do I condemn you, go thy way and sin no more." I am truly sorry for the pain you feel, this is a good thing if you allow it to lead you away from sinning no more, just go thy way, sin no more, accept the Saviors infinite and eternal love for you, you are not tainted, you have much love to give and will be much wiser through this experience, not to justify the sin, but when others are tempted to give in to such a thing, you will be able to answer with more authority, not to do this, it isn't worth it. Be an example, turn this stumbling block into a stepping stone. You can do this, the Savior is rooting for you, the Holy Ghost, your Father in Heaven, and us mortal imperfect people who post on this blog are rooting and hoping to support you and show added love to you."
posted at 03:08:08 on October 1, 2012 by LDS_BROTHER

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General Conference October 2006