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Going to talk to parents for the first time!
By Stonecarver
7/6/2014 10:47:40 AM
Well today being fast Sunday for me, I'm going to finally talk to my parents about it! I have been putting it off for so long I know it's time to finally get the proper help from them! So wish me luck! I know this is the right thing to do! But at the same time I'm terrified! I just hope that everything goes smoothly, and that the spirit will be able to give me strength and courage!

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my prayers go out ot you    
"stonecarver, my prayers go out to you"
posted at 15:11:30 on July 6, 2014 by sjanderson
You are awesome!    
"I am so proud of you Stonecarver! You are doing the right thing. I am praying for you too."
posted at 15:26:27 on July 6, 2014 by 1stepatatime
Learning Experience    
"When I was young my dad was a Bishop, I remember during interviews he would say " I am your Bishop now, and not your dad, what you tell me here, will stay here", I thought , ya right!, so I never confessed to him. I wish I would have, but in our family we never " talked" about anything. Now that I am a father, and was a Bishop years ago, I learned to be very open to my children about everything. And I mean everything, so as parents our kids told us the first time they kissed someone, My sons know that I had a masterbation problem in my teens, they know about my drug addiction.

Learn from this experience so when you are a Husband and Father your children will come to you with questions.

That being said, I`m pretty sure that your parents have been there and will understand, because your Heavenly Parents know about it, and love you. God gives us weaknesses so we can make those weaknesses strengths, just need to learn humility."
posted at 15:52:51 on July 6, 2014 by humility
So thankful to all    
"Thanks everyone!! I'm glad I have so much support!!!"
posted at 19:17:00 on July 6, 2014 by Stonecarver
Awesome    
"Welcome to the site Stonecarver....and can I just say that I think you are a rockstar? As a mom of a teenage boy, I think you are a mother's dream come true. You got this!!!"
posted at 09:59:04 on July 7, 2014 by maddy


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