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Author: Subject: Starting to Rebuild Myself

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[*] posted on 23-4-17 at 02:10 PM
Starting to Rebuild Myself

Hi there,

I've been a pornography addict for over a year now, and I've been moving around multiple recovery forums, attempting to kick my addiction. But, none of these attempts have even gotten close to working, because of my mindset- and not just my mindset towards quitting pornography, but what I view as a larger problem, of viewing life with the wrong mindset. You see, my pornography escalated this. I would beat myself up for not getting things right, dread picking myself up after a stumble or relapse and instead wallow in my pain and regret of giving into my addiction again, making things worse. Eventually this lead to a severe drop in my mental health, my confidence and emotional and physical prowess.

So, I'm starting again here. I've decided that I'm going to change my mindset. I'm going to rebuild myself, refigure my personality, find out who I am again. And I'm going to begin that by starting here and attempting to quit my pornography addiction. It is the first step on a long road for me. I hope it is successful.

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[*] posted on 6-5-17 at 11:32 AM

I tried every change of "mindset" imaginable before coming to the conclusion that I needed help, specifically from others who knew first hand what I was talking about. So I would suggest finding a recovery group that deals with our issue and at least going to listen. We can't do this alone. But we don't have to.

God loves me right here, right now, just the way I am. God's love is unlimited and unconditional. There is nothing I can do so good that it would make God love me more. Nor is there anything I can do so bad that it would make God love me less.

Motto: Quis sim scio. Scio quid faciam.
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