By smwil46
10/21/2008 1:55:26 AM
I need to apologize for being so descriptive about my addiction. I feel that this is the only place I can get it out in words and get rid of it. I hurt so much from the pain that I have caused others. I hope and pray that I have not offended anyone here. Again please forgive me. It has truly helped me to make change in my life. I am so very grateful to you Oak for caring enough to allow us to get to know each other and be a support for each other by phone if needed. You are a great friend to me. A friendship that I hope will be forever. Thank you Robin, you have helped me to get to know a little about the women I have assaulted in my exposures. I feel a love and compassion to you and all women. I also owe thank to just anonymous for opening my eyes about the line I was walking. I also want to say something to Matrix even though I have probably scared you with my postings. I had never herd from you in my posting, but I just want to let you know you have given me strength from your writings. I only wish I could have 82 days of sobriety. You give me strength to want to achieve such a goal. You see, I have only made 8 days at my best. Today I am 7 days. A month ago I couldn’t even make it 12 hours. I would love to be where you are. You are a great strength to everyone here. I just want to thank all who post here. I love the Lord my God enough to want to change my life and give it to him.

Lord you are welcome here in our hearts. Please come and be our strength for just one more day.



No Worries    
"You didn't offend me or scare me, Scott. I just don't post when I feel I have nothing to say. I really am quite impressed by you. You are proof that no matter what happens or how low we think we are, there is a way back even though it's not easy. Keep going Scott, you're doing well. Take it a day or and hour or a minute at a time and you can do it. Good luck, Scott."
posted at 14:41:13 on October 21, 2008 by Matrix
Your awesome !!!!    
"Keep up the good work , I've been reading your blogs and you doing wonderful and I feel that you I haven't been affended at all. If you are like me you'd wish that it would just disapear never to return , but that' s going to happen without the help of the lord and good friends that are going though the samething as you are .
My meetings I call my sanctuary besides chruch on sundays it helps me get though the week as well as church meetings on sundays. There is always something said that i can rlate to my week or what I'm going though plus I carry ma copy of the 12 steps in my bag to work so I can look at it when I need too.
I want you to know how much I appreciate you and your blogs and your strengh that you have , may the lord bless you and that come here for some peace of mind and hope !!!!!"
posted at 15:20:13 on October 21, 2008 by newsoul

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"Are you battling a demon of addiction—tobacco or drugs, or the pernicious contemporary plague of ography? Whatever other steps you may need to take to resolve these concerns, come first to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Trust in heaven’s promises. In that regard Alma's testimony is my testimony: "I do know," he says, "that whosoever shall put their trust in God shall be supported in their trials, and their troubles, and their afflictions."

— Jeffrey R. Holland

General Conference, April 2006