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5/19/13 10:35 P

Good for you. It's amazing how one healthy decision begets another. Great job and keep up the awesome progress.
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5/17/13 7:10 P

Congratulations!!!

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5/17/13 7:00 P

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Real Name: Helene

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Persistence (and consistency) is KEY to success!

ASK, BELIEVE, RECEIVE!!
DOOBIE893 SparkPoints: (54,286)
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5/16/13 8:37 A

CELEBRATION TIME! COME ON! emoticon emoticon

Edited by: DOOBIE893 at: 5/16/2013 (08:37)
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5/15/13 3:58 P

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“When you're a beautiful person on the inside, there is nothing in the world that can change that about you. Jealousy is the result of one's lack of self-confidence, self-worth, and self-acceptance.

The Lesson: If you can't accept yourself, then certainly no one else will.”

-Sasha Azevedo-
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5/15/13 2:32 P

Good for you!

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5/15/13 3:39 A

Thanks guys!

Proud to be a transman!
BIERMA Posts: 836
5/14/13 4:46 P

emoticon So proud of you for your victory...it must be huge as the addiction is overwhelming! CONGRATS ON YOUR PERSEVERANCE AND KEEP IT UP!!! emoticon

Proverbs 3:5-6
Trust the Lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding, in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.
KANDOLAKER Posts: 1,902
5/14/13 4:25 P

Awesome, awesome! Congrats on your streak and I'm glad it is helping you feel better! Way to make it happen and best wishes to you!!

“There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them”
¯ Denis Waitley

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5/14/13 3:36 P

It's been three weeks since I had my last alcoholic beverage. Throughout that time, I have had fluctuating desires to have it or to not have it. Some days I think, man I wish I had some vodka, but then I tell myself, stop that, you don't need it. It really helps. I have heard that it was 21 days to break a habit, and I'm glad to say that I think I've broken mine.

I no longer have heartburn. I haven't had it since about a week after I stopped drinking. I no longer have several loose B.M.s per day (sorry lol), and, the most important thing, my life no longer revolves around it. I don't plan days to sit and binge eat and binge drink. I used to drink a ton of vodka (probably 600-700 calories or more at once), soda chasers, and either fatty Chinese food or pizza. I struggle with binge eating still, but I do a bit better at it now since I'm not under the influence of alcohol.

Woohoo!

Proud to be a transman!
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