I like to read other people's journals to see where they are with their addiction. They give me hope and comfort knowing other people are struggling just as I am. It lets me know I'm not alone. It helps me to see that it can work, or how they handled a situation that I am in. What happened when they had to tell or fell off the wagon. When I hadn't told my husband, I read someone's journal that hadn't told either. The struggles and guilt, she had all the feelings I was having, she eventually told. So I thought I could do this. And I did. And I felt better. I'll probably never feel great, but at least at times, my stomach isn't constantly in knots.
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