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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Dec 27, 2017.
lets do it
I would like to share a few things:
1) Quite a few of us are in a similar situation: We were doing well and had good streaks, but relapsed at some point. After a relapse it
seems to be more difficult to get back on track. I am quite glad that many of us don't give up, despite the difficulty of getting back on
track. You are an insipration to me. I hope none of us is gonna "get lost."
2) I think it is quite important, to analyse why we relapsed in the first place. If we don't find the trigger, it might drag us down over and over again.
3) It is time for someone who has relapsed to proove to the community that it is possible to break that viscious cycle, to be an example to those who are struggling. Could you do me a favour? Be that person! And I will do my best to be that person as well.
4) To all who have been doing well for a long time: I am glad there is some of you! Do yourself a favour and avoid a relapse at any cost. It gives your brain so much more room to rationalize relapses in the future.
Been PMO free the whole year, life changing.
Day 6 / 365 .
Day 25 - " If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. The world needs more of that. "
Day 3- Fulfilled my initial milestone of 3 days NoPMO. Next milestone 5 days. I have decided to use prime numbers from now on as my milestone targets to make it more interesting and fun in addition to setting smaller mini goals that keep me motivated. NoFap does not have to be all so serious all the time.
54 days clean
Day 6/365. Lupus on.
Day 130/365 NoPMO
Day 2/365 no pmo challenge
1/365 no PMO hard mode
Check-in day 80 of 365.