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The Daily Journal Returns

About sixteen years ago, I inherited Latter-day Sexual Recovery (LDSR) when it’s founder, Paul, felt it was time to move on. The main feature of LDSR is The Daily Journal, intended for Latter-day Saints affected by sexual addiction to participate in an online forum to get and receive support. It was open to those who […]

A Big Change

After months of trying to decide what to do about the support forums here at LDSR, I have succeeded in writing software to interface with the WordPress bulletin board system, bbPress. At last, the Daily Journal and Spouse Support forums are back being available. 56 people like this post. Like Unlike

Rescuing the Daily Journal

I invite you to see what I have already written there, respond, and seek support. Comments are also welcome.

Article Deleted

I have deleted the article that was here about masturbation. I originally allowed it because I’m all in favor of discussions about the issues that we face. I believe that we should be able to talk about things of concern to us. No one here at this site speaks for┬áThe Church of Jesus Christ of […]

Introducing LDSR Mobile

I’m happy to announce the implementation of our support forums in a format more friendly to mobile devices such as smart phones. Some of the features of our support forums are now implemented on a smaller window so that people with mobile devices can post, read, and reply. You can get to the mobile version […]

How to Be a Successful Newbie on LDSR

Coming to LDSR is something usually done in a mixture of sadness and hope. The sadness usually comes from yet another experience where we thought we had our sexual behavior under control, but didn’t. The hope is that an LDS oriented environment will be the trick that will make this time different, that this time […]

Deeper Anonymity

Beginning with Alcoholics Anonymous, self-help addiction recovery fellowships began to refer to themselves as “Anonymous.” There was an element of confidentiality in the meaning of “anonymous” but the purpose in refering to those groups as “anonymous” was deeper than mere confidentiality. Be the first to like. Like Unlike

Where Are the Nine?

At the feast that is life, some people come to the table only to eat and not to serve. Many things are there of which to partake, but no food is quite so sweet as the joy of serving. As the banquet is laid before us, we often take no thought for those who clean, […]

How to Comment

Commenting around here requires surmounting two barriers to entry. The first, and simplest, is the technical requirements for leaving a comment. The second, and hardest, has to do with finding one’s voice and being willing to talk about the topics this website is about. Be the first to like. Like Unlike

Repentance/12 Steps Comparison

When Paul H. first founded this site, he wrote a few articles to get things started. The following was a comparison he made between the steps of repentance as taught in the Church to the 12 steps. Be the first to like. Like Unlike