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Teens / Anyone out there?
« on: February 03, 2015, 06:03:41 PM »
Dear Reader,

I just happen to be the "cyber-hood" when I decided I should stop by for a visit. I need some help. I have relapsed. (Ugh. Just typing that makes be want to say some very crude remarks.) I am so mad at myself. I don't know how this happened. I need some advice from you, dear Reader. My 16th birthday is coming up. Even though I am totally psyched, about turning sixteen, I also have some anxiety around it. I think I will be receiving my lifelong dream for my birthday... an ipad. Now, before I go any further, let me tell you a story... of last year's birthday. I received an "ipod touch." It was then promptly taken away for... well I think you can guess. So. What I am getting at is, "How do I not make the same mistakes I did in the past?" I don't really remember the feeling I felt when I lost it. But, I do remember, for the first six months of me going to my new "sexual-addiction" therapist, ALL WE TALKED ABOUT was when I was going to get my ipod touch back. NOT because that's what he wanted to talk about, but it's all I WOULD talk about. During this same time period, there were doubts about weather, I would stay at the current school I was attending, and doubts about weather, I required sexual-addiction treatment, which (in-turn) would have me sent to Mississippi for, well, i'd still be there. So, I guess in that sense I still do remember, what it was like. But what I don;t think I remember, was the sadness, and depression I was in/under. I really was ( and unfortunately still am) addicted. So, let's get down to the fact of the matter... if I happen to get an ipad for my birthday, how can I have constant reminders that I don't want it to be taken away, because of my addiction? Oh Reader, do you have any tips for me? I need tips. What worked for you? What didn't work for you? Do you have any ideas for me reader? Please, help me!

Harpo

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Teens / Accountibilty Partner?
« on: January 13, 2015, 05:54:24 PM »
Good afternoon, I'm a 15 year old sophomore student and i've been addicted to pornography for 3 years,  I would like an accountability partner and if it is possible, I recommend a guy.  My academics have been declining ever since I started watching porn frequently in high school.

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Teens / The long painful road to sobriety...
« on: January 13, 2015, 05:51:29 PM »
I have to face it. I AM ADDICTED TO PORNOGRAPHY. Good lord, how did this all happen for me?? I am only 15!!!! I don't want to end up with my face blurred out on the T.V. show "Cops." I have to turn this around NOW. I've gotta get my life together. First of all, let me introduce myself, I am Harpo*. I have been watching pornography for about three years. I hope to one day become sober again. This is MY story, and I hope to inspire others who are having a difficult time with pornography, to become sober, as I am doing right now.

The story begins with an outgoing, funny, smart boy. (That's ME!!) who doesn't really know that much about sex and sexual encounters and what it means to have a real, true, wholesome sexual relationship. I didn't really know much, and what I did know (or at least what I thought I knew) was that the world was perfect and no one or nothing could hurt you or break your confidence "bubble." That bubble was broken as soon as I watched porn, for that very first time. And I promise you, reader, that bubble, will NEVER be around me again, I am all grown up. I know about the world, I know that the world sucks, and that sometimes you loose somthing you will never ever get back. That thing for me was dance. I loved dancing more than anything... but this past year, my porn/sexual addiction got the best of me and I was thrown out of my dance company (which I had been with for about 9+) years, for asking another little boy to show me his penis. (God, even as I type that, it makes me want to vomit.) There have been multiple "encounters" though. In eighth grade, on the school-bus home, I asked a little girl to show me her "thingy". I was kicked out of that school too. Oh reader, it may sound as though I am a terrible, awful person who should go curl up in the corner and die. I actually have some really good qualities, I am a wonderful son, brother, and student. I have many good qualities (as you all do) but we all have our things. My thing? Porn. Dear, dear reader, I ask you to share this with anyone you know struggling with an Pornography addiction. Reader, this is my story... What's yours?

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