need help
By keepnclassy
2/14/2015 2:09:44 AM
I've been snooping almost everyday!! How can I stop!! I don't want to be the internet police... I hate this


What's the real issue?    
So.....why do you look? Is it out of fear?

You can only stop a behavior when you get to it's roots. What's going on? Not with him, but with you. This is all rhetorical btw. But if you have a behavior that you hate and want to stop but can't get yourself to stop, then you've got to start by being honest with yourself why you are doing it and where it is coming from. If it is coming from a source of pain, then the way to stop is by handing over that pain to Christ. Sounds simple, and it is, but it is so hard to let go of the things that control us and let Him be in charge.
First, you have to know what it is that you need to lay on His alter for Him to take though....

That is my .02"
posted at 23:39:05 on February 17, 2015 by maddy
"I feel anxiety most of the time before i snoop
I feel betrayed from the lies (he still hasnt confessed)
I havent brought it up since our last big fight
I feel obsessed...lately

I had a really good 7 days, before this. I didnt even think about the stuff i found. I was only thinking about making myself happy.

i need to focus on what i want my life to be and not this garbage"
posted at 12:38:33 on February 19, 2015 by keepnclassy

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"I have come to know that thoughts, like water, will stay on course if we make a place for them to go. Otherwise, our thoughts follow the course of least resistance, always seeking the lower levels. Probably the greatest challenge and the most difficult thing you will face in mortal life is to learn to control your thoughts. In the Bible it says, as a man ‘thinketh in his heart, so is he’ (Prov. 23:7). One who can control his thoughts has conquered himself. As you learn to control your thoughts, you can overcome habits, even degrading personal habits. You can gain courage, conquer fear, and have a happy life. "

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BYU, Speeches of the Year, 26 Sept. 1967