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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
that´s my boy . Keep going brother!!!!
26 days my brothers. Have a good weekend and remember!!!!
Current Challenge 4/90 (ends Mar 23)
302/336 Good Days (ave. relapse every 10 days, a huge improvement)
Day 111 weight training (M, W, F)
Day 43 reduced alcohol, caffeine and sugar
Longest streaks 67 then 51 (4 years later)
- still feeling great with no triggers or urges to report and loving having my adult kids at home
- brother Fredi <3
Checking in for day 6/90
A wonderful way of life.
Day 4: Holidays have been making it easier to not be focused on PMO thank goodness. I am feeling better about the fight for sobriety. Onwards and upwards and restored.
so I decided that this is how I'm gonna do this
Ill be posting on 3 challenges, the 3 day, 7 day, and this one, the 90 day. And I'll be watching all of them.
I'll post everyday until day 7, then I'll post every week and month/30 days. I'll also post if I feel like it or want to, or if I relapse, therefore posting for day 0. The idea with the more Intermittent posting is to keep my mind off of porn, while still keeping the whole sense of accountability, community, and support. By actively going on anything related nofap, I think about not fapping, and by extension, I think about fapping.
My posts in the 90 day will typically be more in-depth.
I've recently (around 2-3 months ago) started going through the "1001 albums you need to hear before you die" list (the 2018 edition), to be more musically learned. Also, I've gotten into some prog bands, from The Alan Parsons Project to Gentle Giant and from Yes to Rush.
Proclamation by Gentle Giant is a really cool song man. (not a motivational song, unless your a megalomaniac or corrupt, the exact type of people we don't want motivated)
I'll probably make a playlist of all I've discovered recently, during my time on NoFap.
I'm using the (android) apps "Rewire Companion: Say No to Fap" and "Truple Web Filter", the latter is a very good blocker for your phone, I can't get a good blocker for my computer, so I just have to control myself. All the blockers I've seen are either permanent, or when I try them, they block something that isn't pornographic at all, which you can't have that when you have parents using the same computer as you.
Also, no web filter of any type should have a premium mode, c'mon man, seriously?
A bit before I started going through the 1001 albums, I also started reading Ivanhoe (which is a good book, by Sir Walter Scott), partly for a school book report, and also I've been going through a reading plan with the bible (I'm a christian, which was also part of the reason I started NoFap) My reading isn't mostly thanks to Nofap, as I've read alot my entire life, but now I'm alot more consistent.
Something I've noticed is that, even while trying and failing over and over again with nofap, I still feel a alot better then I did dinging my dong every 3 days then every day.
And read 12 rules for life
check in for day24 i m happy that i have come this far without relapse
Day 63. Really struggling with some unrelated personal/family issues right now. Some days are a real struggle. I'm just trying to find some inner peace to help get through my problems right now, and hoping for better days down the road. One thing I know for sure is that escaping into PMO or drinking or other self-destructive behaviors is NOT an answer. Sometimes you just have to get through the really tough days, weeks, even months.
Thank you for your support here guys. Just knowing I'm not alone helps since absolutely no one in my daily life knows what I'm really going through. Stay strong, friends.
Ughh.. urges were insane and I failed. Starting again 0/90. Lessons learned, more control moving forward
Day 1. Good. 1/9.
Day 84, checking in.
I just completed 30 day challenge today.
Straight jumping to 90 I think I can do it.
I am in day 0/30.
64 days. Last few days have been emotionally exhausting and hurtful due to family issues. Feeling really down and beyond frustrated.
But I'm trying to use it as an opportunity to build more inner strength and resilience. We can't always change what's happening around us, but we can control how we react to it. Today I will find a way to take some positive actions, even if it's just something small.