I know we bpers take pretty much everything to the extreme. And I understand that's part of the disorder. "Normals" don't do that to the extent we do. I was just wondering if anyone else has problems with hyper religiousity. I do, terribly. On good days, I want to be a Christian, on bad days, I just want to be a satanist. It seems there is no middle ground for me on this issue. And I take my religion (whichever it is for that particular day) to the complete extreme. If I decide to be a Christian, I read the Bible all day and pray. If I decide to be a satanist, I shop around for ritual supplies and satanic books. I realize that God must be losing His patience with me, and I don't blame Him. It just seems that I can't make a committed decision one way or the other. Any suggestions?
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