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liamacker"The part of my recovery plan that I would say made up 80% is MDJ. I suffered a lot prior to finding MDJ, felt alone and had no one to talk to who really understood me. In the Bipolar Group I found like minded individuals who I could relate to and who offered support to me when I needed it. As I recovered, I could then offer support to them which gave me a good feeling about myself. I have met some great people here who I would class as good friends and know I would still be in the slump I was in without them. Now I am stable, I know that MDJ plays an important part in keeping me that way. Thank you MDJ for being there for us all and making us no longer feel alone." (liamacker)

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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.
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Day 3.

Mar 22 2010

I feel really good today.  Like I can really do this!  I spent some time with a good friend and we talked about how life is hard, but God truly has a plan for everything.  I can do this.

 I also picked up a book at church a while ago, and it said that the first three months is the hardest when trying to stop addictive behavior.  If I can get past the first three months, I'll be golden.

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