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Just an update...
By seeker
7/12/2013 3:09:33 AM
It's been awhile since I was last on here so I thought I would give a little update. I honestly don't know what I am doing here since I haven't changed much but reading what others post is often times reassuring that when I am fully ready I can get through anything. So nothing has really changed as I mentioned before. Things just went downhill and so did my thinking of ever changing. Now that I realize that I probably won't ever foolishly think getting over my addictions is going to be easy. So I'm just chugging along each day trying to gain some confidence back so I can charge guns blazing into the fight ahead of me. This site has helped quite a bit at times, even if I'm just lurking around and reading. I hope that things get better from here on and hope to be back here for good soon. So thanks for the support and well wishes and good luck on the road to recovery...

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Keep Going    
"Seeker,
I am in the same boat as you(or atleast I think we are). For me I want to stop but It has not been worth the effort because I always fail. Today is my day 1. I can tell you that I was hit with temptation so hard this morning but I am thankful that Jesus has helped me find my way to this website and to read posts. Keep going. The Lord is with you because He wants you to change and will do everything He can(save take the temptation away). So keep chugging along read and pray daily and you will get there. Good luck. Hope something I said helped."
posted at 12:30:57 on July 15, 2013 by wantfreedom
It always helps...    
"Most of the time anything someone posts helps. Today is my day two, but I don't think I can really count it since I haven't done much but ignore everything around me. Thanks for the words. They do help...and good luck to yourself as well."
posted at 01:24:32 on July 18, 2013 by seeker


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