This is so helpful for others to hear. I'm happy for your relief.
Thanks Androg. I mostly journal to record my journey through addiction and to stay accountable. That being said, it gives me joy to think that others benefit from my recovery story or the things I write. Whether this is true or not, I'll just keep plugging away at the days.This is so helpful for others to hear. I'm happy for your relief.
Sounds good to me. Do you take it nightly and notice a big difference? I noticed the article said that the main sources of glycine are meat, dairy and legumes. I'm currently not eating meat or dairy and legumes only occasionally so I might need more glycine. Seems like it's worth a try.This is what helps me fall asleep. You don't need much. https://thesleepdoctor.com/sleep-aids/glycine-for-sleep/
Thank you Simon! I had a rough couple of days but I feel like the urges are starting to die down a bit. They really came out of nowhere!Remain worthy for your mission. Stay away from all suggestive materials. You can do it!
I start what's called home training on August 14. It's basically studying and lectures done over Zoom for one week. After that I go to my church's Missionary Training Center in Provo Utah on the 23rd of August. I'll spend about two weeks learning there and then go to Denver on September 8th. I'm slowly packing up my stuff and buying the things I need (suits, white shirts, ties, dress shoes, etc).When do you leave?