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A break through
By gotaproblem
6/1/2009 9:26:07 PM
Well today I became honest with my husband and I feel like a boulder has been lifted off me. See what I feel to admit to you all was that I have a problem with money, my eating addiction and my money actually go hand an hand. See I would spend all my money and then go and rob from peter to pay for paul. It is a vecious cycle I had going I could never get ahead or make up for what I took from one bill t pay for another. and what is so bad is that It comes from my eating , going to the fast food places add up and allways starting a different diet. For a cople a days I would be on one then I wouldn't be dieting then I would be back on a different diet. So I had DISHONESTY all the way around.
But tonight I did it I no longer have to continue this cycle I have. "I GET TO STOP!" And he did not act like I thought he would. My husband truly has Heavenly Father in his heart. I Thank him for his love and forgiveness. I do believe now I can move on to number 2 "HOPE" because now I feel "HOPE"
Now I can honestly give advice and feel good about it.

BE TRUTHFUL AND DONT WORRY ABOUT HOW THE OTHER PERSON IS GOING TO REACT BECAUSE YOU MAY BE SURPRISED

AND IT'S LIKE MY HUSBAND TOLD ME TAKE OWNERSHIP OF IT; ADMIT THE WRONG DOING AND HOW THE OTHER PERSON REACTS IS THEIR PROBLEM NOT YOURS. BE HONESTY THAT IS MY OWNERSHIP.

Good night to all and sweet dreams,
Gotaproblem



I FEEL WONDERFUL!!!!!

Comments:

im working steps slowly too    
"I am so glad to see you. You really touched me with your entry about Ownership. TY"
posted at 15:23:17 on June 2, 2009 by saltsands
Thank you    
"Thank you so much for your honesty and sharing here. It gives us all hope and strengthens us to hear others' stories!

And congrats! You are on your way!"
posted at 18:07:26 on September 3, 2009 by sistershan


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