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By G1rlie
12/2/2012 1:05:31 PM
Still have no contact with Greg, and my email addresses I used to contact him are deactivated. He doesn't have my new phone number. So many times this week, I've wanted to create a new email address just so I could tell him that I miss him. But, then later on, I come to my senses. This is really hard. But if I truly want to live, I need to entirely give up Greg. This is also how I can be truly happy and have serenity once again. Still missing him badly, though.

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Progress    
"You have made so much progress. Don't let yourself fall to temptation for one last quick fix. Think of the lasting consequences of contacting him one more time. Most likely it will lead to more. YOU are worth more than he has to offer you. Stay strong and reach out to those around you who support the changes you are making. Here's to a good week!"
posted at 10:45:23 on December 3, 2012 by rachp
You're right    
"Yeah, I need to stay away from him because it week probably lead to more. So many times it has during my previous attempts at stopping. I've already come to realize he only wants one thing, and that one thing is not to play Chinese checkers with me and he doesn't really care about me. Gotta stay away from him."
posted at 18:00:05 on December 3, 2012 by G1rlie


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