New yet old
By workingonit
12/11/2012 5:12:35 PM
This is my first post on I just stumbled upone this website today and I am very excited. I have really been looking for a day to day outlet (and inlet) for my thoughts and feelings. I am recovering from a pr/mb/chatting addiction. Ive been married 8 years and have 2 young children. Ive been involved in my addiction in one way or another for about 20 years. My wife and I are currently attending group theropy with Lifestar as well as the 12 step meetings. Anyways, thats my story in a nutshell. You will be hearing more from me in the upcoming days.


"Glad you're here. Keep up the good work. Sounds like you're doing great, on the right track."
posted at 10:10:49 on December 12, 2012 by yosemitesam
Congrats on making a few important steps to recovery - addiction thrives in secrecy, and the more we can humble ourselves to reach out for help the better. the 12 step program really turned me around - go through the steps really thoroughly and you'll learn key principles to help you overcome your addiction through Christ. good luck!"
posted at 11:42:58 on December 12, 2012 by recovery.gdo

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"You lived with your Heavenly Father in a premortal life. You were there with Him. Your spirit knows what it is like to live in celestial realms. You can never be truly happy in an uncelestial environment. You know too much. That is one of the reasons that for you, wickedness never can be happiness. What a great thing it is to decide once and for all early in life what you will do and what you will not do with regards to honesty, modesty, chastity, the Word of Wisdom, and temple marriage. "

— Larry W. Gibbons

General Conference October 2006