one week strong
By joshbc
2/5/2013 3:47:07 AM
So i have made it one week and still going strong. These steps are so amazing. They really bring you closer to the Lord and make you think about what is important. My bishop is wonderful. He knows exactly what i need to hear. If anyone still needs to talk with their bishop do it. That will bring you a huge step closer. You need someone you can trust and that you know wants the best for you. Its sad that i am missing some important things in my life because of this. But i wil get to the temple again. I will be able to bless my children again. And when that day comes i will be a very happy man. I am looking forward to my meeting with my bishop on thursday. He is so intune and knows just what to say. A great man. I hope all is well for everyone else. I do pray for all of you. Trust in the Lord he is there to help.


"Keep it up. :) You're doing great."
posted at 07:46:23 on February 5, 2013 by G1rlie
If you fight just for you failure is inevitable however    
"One week very nice. Keep your children and the ones you love in your mind. Do not let doubt or pride get in. Because those cause inevitable failure. Just keep on trucking"
posted at 09:19:49 on February 5, 2013 by Liberation
Keep it up    
"Hey man, great work. The steps really changed my life as well. I started working them 2.5 years ago, and am on step 11 now. Another thing that has helped me recently is the online blogging community. Here's a link to mine and there are a lot of other guys with sites out there - just another place to get support, help, and feel free to express yourself - keep it up!"
posted at 18:45:48 on February 6, 2013 by recovery.gdo

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