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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Day 29/90 done!
Check in day 10
Congrat! 50 is an awesome milestone so don't blow it now. You got this!
Day 11/90 No PM (ends April 8)
Day 360 on this challenge
Day 123 weight training (M, W, F)
Day 20 No alcohol
Day 16 No desserts
Day 17 No caffeinated coffe
- felt horny last night after watching a random FB video of cute girls dancing (clothed) so decided after 2 minutes this was going nowhere good and closed the tab
- went to bed early, gave the wife a nice long back massage (practicing karezza technique) which lead to the best sex she had ever had (she says) so this one ended well
- I have enough days of seriously doing nofap (360) behind me that I am choosing my wife over porn now which is wonderful and making me (and her) feel good
- keep struggling brothers, it's worth it!
Day 0. Messed up, starting again.
20 days in!
When going gets tough, believe in yourself to help yourself.
Nobody can help you, but YOU!
Day - 62/90......
Day 23 Go go gooo
Day 1. One more reset. I learned some new things about my addiction again.
First is how it’s connected to places: P has a much stronger grip on me in certain rooms and places where I used to consume a lot of it. Somehow it’s harder there to see the difference between the addiction and my conscious decision making. If I go to a different part of the house, my thinking changes. So I know that I can’t always trust my brain in specific places.
Second is how it’s triggered by language: pornographic images have always had less of a grip on me than stories. When yesterday I accidentally came across a series of erotic stories in a totally unexpected environment, I couldn’t resist. Whereas I had similar experiences with images and I could turn away from them much more easily. So I know the danger lies in language and stories first, more than anything.
With these two new pieces of information, I know I can beat my previous record of 56 days this time. Let’s go.
Relapsed on January 15th, rebooting.
Mind sharp now. Memory good.
I run 30-45 minutes every morning. Started that 4 days ago. Ran about 7 kimometers today. It's enough to bleed all of my exeeding energy who can cause "trouble" to me, while still leaving enough energy to let me study 7-8 hours a day. I fell much calmer and more focused. Run, buddy!
Woohoo! Impressive, man!
Day 30/90! A whole month without PMO!
Awesome! How do you feel? Can you share some useful techniques?