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No news is good news. Such a busy day, no chance for PMO.
Watch out for social media like Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter. There are all sorts of accounts with triggers and straight up P.
There'll be times when you're tired of posting & writing your feelings. Push through. It helps. Even just updating your status will help.
Time flies, stay strong, and don't count the days too much. At some point you'll be pleasantly surprised how long you've made it.
Keep posting and and writing about learning from your experiences. You just may help someone else on this site one day.
Patience is a virtue. Breath. Think.
When you have hurt intimacy with some one you love, be patient when trying to repair it. It isn't going to be fixed like a switch overnight.
Certain innocent sites are loaded w/ triggers. Pinterest is for me. Be aware of those subtle triggers that can lead you looking for more.
Even though I haven't looked at P for 161 days, as soon as I think about P in any way, I'll turn on an internet blocker. It's a good habit.
Your addiction to PMO is made up of countless bad habits. Figure out what they are and you can start correcting them.
Many men have a bad habit of checking out women. I know I am one of them. This doesn't help control your urges.
Take small concentrated steps to help break your addiction. It is made of numerous little habits that you must identify and learn to undo.
You may be surprised that your addiction affects your relationships more than you know.
Keep posting. Keep reflecting. Strength and perspective will come.
Exercising helps to manage urges plus the benefits are worth it of course.
Keeping buys is always good. Work to improve yourself while quitting porn. Self-confidence boosts always help.
It's hard to stop my mind from fantasizing. It's not leading to P, but it is sure tempting MO. Let's change topics.
Looking up articles to improve sex with my partner nearly triggered me, yet I managed to push through. Whew.
145 Days no P, 9.5 No MO. - I have to keep going further, but I have come a long way.
Reached my goal of 7 days no MO. Tempted to do it, but I will push through and keep this streak going.