Up most of the night
By torrenca
5/10/2014 9:31:36 AM
I have been up most of the night just reading other peoples posts. Trying not to think of my own situation. I just wanted to say thank you to however started this thing. Its nice to read about real people with similar issues I now that I wasn't alone before but this is cool. I told my wife that as soon as everything was final I would be asking for my membership in the church to be terminated. Man I'm a piece of work. Reading your posts has made me see how self absorbed I have become. I have done so much damage to my wife and family and all that I do is try to cause her more pain (as if she needs more). Reading your posts lets me know what my first step needs to be. I need to truly start the 12 step program and get down on my knees and pray. Yesterday I wouldn't have. I wish there was a group meeting in my area I would go. I would like to do a big shout out to ANGLEMOM. If I get the nerve up I will have my wife read your posts. Also to SJANDERSON I found your writings very helpful.


"Ya, she is kind of the best. I might be biased, but she saved my bacon too. If you can get your wife to read her stuff, you'd be surprised what might happen."
posted at 10:30:15 on May 16, 2014 by maddy

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"The Savior teaches that we will have tribulation in the world, but we should "be of good cheer" because He has "overcome the world". His Atonement reaches and is powerful enough not only to pay the price for sin but also to heal every mortal affliction… He knows of our anguish, and He is there for us. Like the good Samaritan in His parable, when He finds us wounded at the wayside, He binds up our wounds and cares for us. Brothers and sisters, the healing power of His Atonement is for you, for us, for all. "

— Dallin H. Oaks

General Conference October 2006