180 Day Warrior Challenge (Updated)

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  3. 1855

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    143rd day. Cruising, amazing feeling of control, liberation and power. Wonderful.
     
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  4. Foxislander

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    147 sliding in
     
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  5. Tearsbloodsweat

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    I relapsed iam starting again. This is last time for me.
     
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    Hello again.
    I join this challenge for the third time, humble.
    After 280 days i relapsed big time in July.
    Now I join with the humble intention to do 180 again.

    Repost:
    I am coming back to nofap with exactly that goal: new long streak, that will boost my confidence for social life.

    I had a severe relapse in July with lots of PMO.

    It was needed experience, as my flatline did not cure, just felt redirected. I did not feel any different after a PMO session.

    So i come again with the end of the summer with the intention not to pay attention to the old programs talking in my mind and to create my new self, version NEXT.0!
     
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  7. 1855

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    144th day. All good, awesome.
     
  8. Foxislander

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    Talking to yourself out loud can help you control your thinking, even if it’s just a whisper. In fact, talking out loud enhances your ability to think by stimulating the corpus callosum (which joins the two hemispheres of the brain) to function at a much higher level.7 It also provides extra auditory stimulation to enhance the now-moment experience, and is an excellent way of looking at your thoughts and the feelings they generate before you decide whether or not they deserve to be discarded as toxic or retained as beneficial. Never let thoughts just wander through your mind unchecked. If thoughts are toxic, they can affect your ability to build healthy memories and make you ill. We should never forget that thoughts are real things—they impact brain and body functionality, thereby impacting your quality of life. Toxic stress has even been shown to reduce the size of certain structures in the brain!8 As discussed in chapter 2, daydreaming and mind wandering can be good for you. These moments only become a problem when they are chaotic and unmanaged, because the chaos stops you from benefitting from and enjoying your thoughts. For example, ruminating on the past in a negative way, obsessing on an issue or desire, or shifting crazily and haphazardly between thoughts will steal the joy of the now moment. You need to use thinker moments for and not against yourself through learning to control your thoughts.
     
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  9. Foxislander

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    Day 149 of 180
     
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  10. Foxislander

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    Day 150 of 180 amazing grace from God I have made it this far, perseverance, self discipline, self-awareness, self control, delayed gratification.all things to strive for
     
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  11. Sc8r51o1n

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    Day 5-ish, temptations came to visit, told them hi and sent them along their way.
     
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  12. Kingfisher

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    I'm in!

    I want to do this challenge! Day 0 for me in the challenge. My best streak was 121 days. I want to be PMO free for life.
     
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  13. 1855

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    145th & 146th day. Feeling great. My focus is incredible!..
     
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  14. Foxislander

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    151 otw to 180
     
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