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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Hiya! Double digits.
There is this feeling of peace and serenity. I forgot about it. Until today. I don't realize how PM is damaging my life until I stop. It's the weirdest thing. You don't know how much of impact something has on your life until you stop.
I'm grateful today.
One day at a time and one urge at a time.
All the best guys
Have a pleasant day
I like that.I reduced my fap frequency from daily to weekly.That way I have managed to go a month.Your approach is perfect coz one does not get entertained to take advantage of relapse. Thank bruh you will overcome.
Day 5! Feeling better.
Day 3/90 Successful.
Day 19 of 90
July 31, 2019 | Wednesday
Day 27/90 checking in
Started Challenge on Jan 25, 2019
Day 181/186 no PM (relapsed day 51, 70, 102, 150, 162)
Day 84/90 meeting my goals
Day 50 of weight training
- no weight training so far this week since I am away for a medical appointment
- I had my first drink in over 6 months since my abstenance experiment for my prostate is done
- though not drinking helped a lot, I will do the same as caffeine now and just have a drink now and then when the occasion rises....like my son's 19th birthday in 2 weeks
- feel good about those 2 decisions now and PMO being more in my rear view mirror now than it ever has been
- have a great day, fellas
Right, time to stop fucking about!
I have managed the 3 day and 7 day challenges a few times now, but fail to go on any longer. It was only 9 days ago that I managed 13 days, which was my longest since February! Since then I have fallen into really bad ways and have been binging harder than I have for months!
Today I have been giving myself a bit of a talking to. Time to take this shit seriously! Do I want my life back or not?! 90 days is the magical number that we are all aspiring to. I realise that it may take longer to reset, but at least by then I will have a good idea of where I am at. The others are just false goals. I am now committing to the long haul.
I managed to give up alcohol (mostly) for 6 months pretty easily, so why can't I do this? I will also be getting back on the no booze train, to give myself the best chance all around, and generally feel much better about life.
So, without further ado, I begin. Day 1 of 90 (and a new life!).
don´t feed those thoughts. if you´re distracted it´s not your fault, but when you´re aware of those thoughts, you can choose not to feed them, not to engage in them and they will dissolve on it´s own. this is very important, if you continue to engage in that kind of thinking the urges will grow. plus subconsciously you´re giving permission to lust, you´re saying OK to lust. that´s the wrong mindset bro. check your attitude, ASAP.
awesome bro!!! keep going
i´m right behind you bro, let´s do this!!!
welcome bro and good luck!!!