Confession: I would think of this person day in and day out.
Knowing that there is something wrong with this behavior, with a contrite heart I was led to this: I would change to think of God day in and day out.
Confession: Then, I would repeat thoughts of being with this person.
Knowing that this is an abuse of time, with a contrite heart I was led to this:
I would repeatedly remind myself this is draining me and abusing my mind.
Confession: My obsession is taking up all my time.
Knowing that this is another abuse of time, with a contrite heart I was led to this:
I would admit to my obsession and recognize this unhealthy time spent and get myself out of bed and social media and talk to a friend/family.
Confession: My obsessive thoughts drain my energy and time.
Knowing that this is another waste of my time, with a contrite heart I was led to this:
Finally, I would turn to the Lord and ask for His mercy. I would pray for a healthy mind, time well spent, and peace in my mind.
After choosing to want to change, I consciously changed my obsession into one that does not have control over my time, my life, my mind, and my soul.
My time, my life, my mind, and my soul began filling with new knowledge of my surroundings, sincere prayers to God, happy moments spent with family and friends, newfound peace, love, importance, etc.