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tomboykimi"What MD Junction means to me is a place where i can feel like im not alone. As someone with something as rare as hydrocephalus, it feels like im the only one in the world with it. When i came to MD, its like everyone has it. It doesnt feel like im alone. And that people need to hold up a sign to say what i have, because people know. And they understand. I can get questions answered from people who have been through it rather than from doctors or people who only can tell you from a physical standpoint. THat is what MD junction means to me." (tomboykimi)

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wcas This is a diary about my struggle to completely stop masturbating, even though a lot of people/doctors say it's healthy. I, however, answer to a higher authority, which is why I want to completely dump the habit.

Day 22.

Apr 10 2010
Everything has been going great.  I can honestly say that talking to this friend (who is different from the friend in Day 3, but the same as Day 14) of mine is really helping me.  We talk almostevery night, and I even forget I have a problem.  I haven't sprung my problem on him yet, and probably won't.  He doesn't need to know.  He's helping me regardless.  And it isn't even just the masturbation thing.  It's the pornography too.  22 Days.  It's an amazing feeling to be pure for this long.

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written by gimpbot, April 12, 2010
Hey great start smilies/smiley.gif and if you mess up again, try not to hate yourself. people fail, and that isn't worth hating yourself for. just try again!

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