Glad Tidings
12/22/2013 1:15:48 AM
Hello everyone. I know I should be on here more than I am. Good news should be reported more often. I have been in recovery for the last 2 years and it has been the hardest thing I have ever done. But life overall is sooooooooooooooooooo much better than it was before. Transparency is crucial. Education is paramount. And doing it for your self allows you to be there for others.

I have started my own addiction recovery website as well to help me stay on top of things and will be blogging there regularly. You are welcome to check it out.

It is Any body that needs any help or direction, please let me know. I will try to check back on here more regularly!


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"Hi, I have actually gotten quite a few visits to my site from people viewing my post here at I hope that some of the information that I am compiling there will be helpful. This LDSAR site really helped me get the help I needed.

I am now a couple years into my recovery process. It hasn't been slip free, but it has been leaps and bounds better than I have ever done in my life! And I know I am in a true recovery.

If any body has any questions or if I can offer any advice, counsel or hope to any of you out there please let me know! You can read more of my story at And I am compiling a links page with video and other helpful messages and sites that have helped me along in my journey. It can be found at

I hope I can help somebody somewhere. There are people on this site that helped me and I may never know who you really are. But I am glad you were there for me when you were!

Recovery is possible!"
posted at 22:05:00 on December 29, 2013 by WHATTODO2
"I LOVED what you said about the good Samaritan and leadership 'walking' powerful!"
posted at 10:48:35 on January 2, 2014 by Anonymous
"Thank you my anonymous friend:) If I can help you in any way please let me know. I am going to adjust my settings on that sight so it is easier to make comments there too."
posted at 22:49:32 on January 5, 2014 by WHATTODO2

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" Is it possible to reclaim a life that through reckless abandon has become so strewn with garbage that it appears that the person is unforgivable? Or what about the one who is making an honest effort but has fallen back into sin so many times that he feels that there is no possible way to break the seemingly endless pattern? Or what about the person who has changed his life but just can't forgive himself?The Atonement of Jesus Christ is available to each of us. His Atonement is infinite. It applies to everyone, even you. It can clean, reclaim, and sanctify even you. That is what infinite means—total, complete, all, forever. "

— Shayne M. Bowen

General Conference October 2006