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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Welcome bro, that's a good nickname
Lets keep going my friends. No promisses, no pressures, no big goals to comply. Just this day, just this day.
"Today i may loose my wife, my girlfriend, my work, my family, my money, my health.... Today i may loose everything but i will not pmo"
Wow.. How are your experience!
August 6, 2019
1 day no PMO
10 days minimal sugar
13 days no alcohol
36 days no social media
1 days Rosary. Started it but got distracted and never finished. I am giving it to myself since I started it. Even starting helps build the habit.
Had a thought yesterday. It's strange but seams right somehow. I have been trying all along to stop looking at women whether in porn or when they wear clothes that don't leave much to the imagination. Which is good. That has been my focal point. I guess my attention has not been on stopping fapping. I just thought it would come naturally with stopping the looking. Perhaps not. I did start the two at different times. It almost feels like it is possible for me to stop masturbating. I have been waiting for these sexual feelings and urges to go away. They aren't. I can't control or stop those. Or where my eyes wander to sometimes. I can control where I put my hands though. I am going from a new approach. My hands will not go there.
83 days to go.
2 days no porn. 4 days no caffeine. 2 months no sleep aids. Progress.
Day 25 of 90
August 6, 2019 | Tuesday
So day o
1 of 90 came and went without any real struggles today day 2 of 90 much different. I will succeed no matter the difficulty!
Day 11/90 in the books. Focusing on the goal ahead
Day 3/90 Checking in.
I am in.
I don't think the addiction is gonna go anywhere. It's not like I'll get 90 days and then start enjoying pm with zero consequences. But it may be enough time to adopt a lifestyle that discards pm. And later on would get easier to get by without PM.
That's my opinion anyway. Nofap needs to be for me a lifestyle rather than a cross that I need to bear.
I am thankful for this.
I will get rid of this addiction.
Day 3 done