By stephen99
12/7/2010 12:17:44 AM
The weekend was good I haven't blogged for a few day because nothing has really happened. I'm still trying to serve someone at least once a day and whenever i have a bad thought i just think of what i am going to do to forget myself and it seems like the thought get put away. My wife is still mad but she is interacting with me a lot more and better. Today was our ward party and it went well we were in charge and we got everything pulled together. I was a little nervous around my bishop and he called me and asked me about my problem and i told him that i had relapsed and he said we need to make an appointment but he never did say a date so i am probably going to set it up for him so we can talk.
Thanks for reading
Any suggestions to continue to keep a clean mind are welcome.


"I woke up this morning in the middle of a sexual dream. That can usually be a problem for me, but this morning my first thought was to pray about it. I just said a quick prayer in my mind, and it worked! I was so excited that it really worked. So that may be something to keep in your list of things to try. Thinking of the temple is good too."
posted at 02:05:29 on December 7, 2010 by dstanley
"Do a word search in the space above. Type in "normalize". That will bring up a few discussions where we have discussed ideas on thought control.

That is the secret, say in your mind "it is normal to think these things, everyone thinks these things." I have it down now that I hardly ever get bad thoughts as I have religiously trained my brain to normally deal with this."
posted at 10:29:14 on December 7, 2010 by ruggaexpat
"Total surrender to the Lord!!!!

Prayer-Stand in hold places
Couples prayer
Serious scripure study
Get to as many meetings as possible
Call someone from your group everyday

Sincerely give your wife praise daily

Thank God she is still with you.

posted at 10:29:16 on December 7, 2010 by Anonymous

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"If, through our unrighteous choices, we have lost our footing on that path, we must remember the agency we were given, agency we may choose to exercise again. I speak especially to those overcome by the thick darkness of addiction. If you have fallen into destructive, addictive behaviors, you may feel that you are spiritually in a black hole. As with the real black holes in space, it may seem all but impossible for light to penetrate to where you are. How do you escape? I testify the only way is through the very agency you exercised so valiantly in your premortal life, the agency that the adversary cannot take away without your yielding it to him. "

— Robert D. Hales

General Conference, April 2006