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4 Days in. Feeling the need to wank.

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by The Young Explorer, Dec 8, 2019.

  1. The Young Explorer

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    So I'm back after a relapse. First four days were fine. Now I suddenly feel an immense desire to jerk off. Trying to work through it. I know right well that as soon as I orgasm. I'm going to feel empty and depressed and back where I started. That's keeping me on with this for now.

    I just keep thinking. "God. No PMO forever?" How can I manage that." Surely I'll have to go back eventually.

    Does this feeling pass? If so, when?
     
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  2. It comes in waves. Just worry about today. You can do what you want tomorrow or the next...but today you will not Pmo. Go by hours if it helps.
     
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  3. Man, for me, the only thing that is worse than trying not to jerk off is the feeling that I am doing great. That false pride has always come before I have relapsed, so I am really wary of it now. Go figure! That middle ground is ideal. Stay busy, look ahead, find something to do that'll keep those hands busy. Good luck. I think you can do it.
     
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  4. I can relate so much to this. One minute I’m thinking about how much ass I’m kicking and then in the blink of an eye I relapse.
     
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  5. Totally! But I guess you have to experience it a few times to really understand it. Sure as hell glad it wasn't just me!
     
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  6. The Young Explorer

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    Yeah. Trying to stay occupied anyway.

    It's amazing how my brain keeps trying to manufacture excuses to PMO "just one more time". I try to stay focused on the fact that I've been fooled by that many times before and it's always the same and it will the same if I relapse again.

    I'm trying to think about in terms of milestones also. As in: working towards ten days. Then thirty days and so on. Moving from one to the next.
     

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