Author Topic: get up and try?  (Read 1585 times)


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get up and try?
« on: February 06, 2015, 02:34:34 PM »
how would you describe something painful
you know that the problem isnt you
its the addiction
but you can't help but get involved
you love the person and its affecting you too
isn't it ironic how we tell others to be strong
yet we can't do it ourselves


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Re: get up and try?
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2015, 08:18:31 PM »
Well, you've got to decide whether you want to fight it and overcome it or not. :) I know you want to, it just sometimes seems like it's impossible and it might be the only thing that makes you happy...but you know it's just temporary... Let me tell you something, stopping is hard, but it's not impossible, giving up is easier, but if you give up, you'll eventually end up in this situation get up on your feet and don't look back! :) Trust me, I've been there..I am being there...
I think the advantages of not watching it surely outweigh watching it. My life is happier and I am findig joy in everyday things...While it's still only my 25 th day being PMO free.  ;)
And feel free to write more about your problem, it could help others give you appropriate advice. :)
(Sorry for my poor english, I hope you could understand what I was trying to say)
Stay strong!


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Re: get up and try?
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2015, 07:47:43 AM »
well it's not me it's my husband but I surely am not giving up and I'll continue to support him and as long as he keeps on trying I'll stay on his side no matter's really hard depressing actually but I know all this will end and so as for others who are experiencing the same's really hard to stay and act strong sometimes but there's no use on staying with bitterness and feeling the hurt and pain because 1. it makes you ugly 2. gives you wrinkles 3. you're loosing yourself 4. you loose self love 5. if you lose your self love you will never be able to support and love your partner... thank you for trying and not giving up....and thank you for that message it's much appreciated