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Has anyone used the Men of Morni program for reocvery?
By sjanderson1
2/7/2016 8:29:27 PM
I was wondering if anyone had used the men of moroni recovery program. I seemed to have reported my numbers to my wife incorrectly she got upsed thinking I only had 3 days of sobriety, when I had 15, but only days of getting the squares done. I guess at the ouset itshouldn't matter what she thinkgs, but I don't want conflict anymore, I am trying to change, she seems to always be right and I am trying to be open to change and new ideas. I can see how the program is good in developing discipline and habits, but there is also the hard part of oh S$hi& I have only done my squares 2 days instead of 15 etc. I imagine if you are not familiar with the program I am just babling right. Please forgive me. Somthing I did notihce today was absolute fear I had while working with my Dad over the phone on geneology, I felt like when I was trying really hard to do what he was saying and follow him and it wasn't working out, I was afraid that he was going to yell at me. I am trying to let go of the past, let go of expectations, but it was amazing how I could feel my heart beat go up as soon as I told him I was lost, I oculnd't find what he was asking me to do, really scary. I want to let go of this past, there were no hard feeelings, but I am just a scared little kid without a lot of help. As was mentioned before I am powerless without God's help

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— Gordon B. Hinckley

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