I know that I need help. I can't battle this on my own any more. I told my boyfriend last week and he said if I have one slip he's going to tell. We went and told the youth pastor last week and she has helped me find faith in God. And it has worked a little, but I slipped a little over the weekend. I told my boyfriend and the pastor, and they both think I should get help. I just can't tell my parents. They would be so crushed. I just don't know what to do. I really do need help though.
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