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Please help me to stop drinking
Submitted By:Val Smith
Prayer Request:Please pray for me. Despite being a strong christian and knowing better, I keep felling really lonely, real down about a broken relationship in the past and a close friendship lost and lost time when I wish I had been with this person all those years and miss them deeply. I feel it's unfixable in my small mind and so I just keep sitting every night and drinking as I feel so sad about it all and I can't seem to connect with people and find people to spend time with socially. I know things are better than they were and it's a process, but every night I still sit with a bottle of wine as it helps me cope with it all. I know its not doing my body any good, but I feel I need someone to care for and so I'm not that bothered about myself just now. I know in my head its the wrong attitude, but I can't seem to shift it. I feel I was designed to care for someone and feel like I'm just wasting my life currently.


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Mahatma Gandhi




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