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Old 12-30-2012, 06:06 PM   #5
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Re: Help I can't stop!

Dont be too hard on yourself!! Atleast you are to the point that you admit you have the problem and are trying to do something about it.
Addiction is not easy to beat! AA meetings are a good form of support, so I would try to keep going. There are different AA groups everywhere, so if one group isnt right, try a different location. You can also look online for support groups in your areas and there is this site as well that offers alot of support.
Have you seen a doctor to get help with your addiction? If your health depends on it, a doctor would be a good way to get help as well. They can help make w/ds easier and help you to with the addiction.
I wish you lots of luck and will keep you in my prayers. One day at a time is the way to do it.
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