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Hi, this is really embarrassing and I feel really ashamed saying all this and please don’t judge me or anything, I’m just looking for some advice on what to do!!
So when I was younger (I’m about to turn 16) I accidentally found out about masturbation (I’ll call it M) by complete accident and I didn’t know what it was until maybe a few years ago. I have done it for a while and I feel really really really bad for doing it. I try to not do it and then I do it again and I feel like a terrible, disgusting person. I pray about it all the time to God and I know He will forgive me but I just don’t know what to do. I am trying to stop doing it because now I know how sinful it is but I don’t know how God could possibly forgive me for this because I have continued doing it even thought I know it is not right. And I’ve never told anyone this in my life. I feel like I should tell somebody about it but I could never tell my mom or anything, I mean she would be a great person to talk to about it because she would be able to help me but I would just feel mortified if I ever told her, I just don’t think I could do it.
And I suggested to my mom to get me a cross necklace or something for my birthday because I want to have one to remind me of my faith at all times, and since my bday is this Sunday I might get one. I don’t think I will feel right wearing it because I know what I have done and i just don’t know what to do right now.
Advice or someone to talk to would be much appreciated.

May 25, 2016 at 08:21


I’ve been there. I felt so dirty, and thought I could never be truly happy again. There was a necklace a friend gave me. I felt as though I couldn’t wear it, because I wasn’t worthy of her friendship.
I’m free today. But freedom doesn’t come from thinking your genitals are dirty, and something to be ashamed of. Freedom comes from realizing that God created us sacred and beautiful, and we need to treat our bodies accordingly. Freedom doesn’t mean you will never fall down. It mean you’ll get up, and try again, and God will be with every little step.
By the way, I think God would love for you to wear that necklace, to remind yourself just how much he loves you.

May 26, 2016 at 07:03
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