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Continue the experiment to find out if what they say is true.
If there were positives, you know what to do!
Superb advice from @Quitterrr: 'Don't start a chain'. Of course! One thing leads to another...
Still going. Overall making progress...
My grandfather fought in a war. Our challenge is different. Stand up.
I think the loneliness forum is valid. We spend time staring at screens..alone. Need to build a real life.
It's good to note the good periods, not just the bad. Plus, expect and accept the challenges. Patience.
Stand up! Do it now. Only you can make yourself do it.
Muy bien. Y rugby! El norte de España o Argentina?
It's ok, but let imagination be the thing that inspires you to helpful, effective action.
(Day 5 since edge and O). Accepting it as have been here many times!
Yesterday was good, today one big panic attack and depression. Cruel people sense it and attack. It was tough, but I am tougher.
Thinking about a quick O or two once a week just to avoid the sad hell of edging and P etc. I don't know.
Back in work (good) so lockdown fails have gone, but back to weekend edging when hungover..(comments)
Good work, again. Yeah my first few days when I started felt great (vivid colours etc) but I do wonder if that is what I wanted to feel.
@cakewalk 'the ego is like some kind of childish inner drama queen, that drags a lot of energy out of you..'
What if the anxiety, depression, brain fog, impatience and anger were just withdrawal symptoms?
Tonight's workout was definitely better than cracking one out. The correct decision was made.
You're being rather hard on yourself. Just take it one moment/one day at a time. Get through today first!
Focusing on the thing you want to stop is ok, but maybe better to simply focus on things you want to start.