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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Okay let’s go this has been amazing. I am done 2 full days on day 3 now!!
Today is my Day 0/90!
Change the world, start with you.
I NEED TO GET TO 14!
I always experience a hurdle at around day 9-11 (that was not on purpose)
I've started listening to the 1001 albums list, Since I want to be more knowledgeable on music.
Is your counter up to date? Just making sure.
I am starting from tomorrow!!!! Let’s practice it!!!!
You should post on the "New to NoFap" Forum, and look at the "how nofap works" posts there too.
Honestly, it was to get all my day counters (multiple are going at the same time) in sync (since one can't be change manually). Probably wasn't a good excuse
10/90 getting faster
Day 1. No urges today and worked plenty.
Day 59!!! 2 Months tomorrow! Yess Going to have a testosterone and blood tests done soon so we will see how that goes Last time (10 days in nofap) it was much higher than before. I wonder if its fallen back to the levels of before or it has stayed a little higher
Day 2 of practicing self-love and compassion.
Every time I start thinking I need something like P to distract me, I take a pause, take a deep breath and give myself love and kindly remind myself I don't need any of that.
Day 16. Had some crazy urges in the morning. It was like an overflowing dam. Like after 10 minutes I was getting this crazy urges trying to trick me into doing sexually arousing acts. Even when I was doing my works in the morning.
But I overpowered them now am feeling ok. Even though my desire to talk to girls in had really gone through the roof. Like every girl I see is pretty and I want to talk to them.
For what it's worth I also have found that I'm much more vulnerable to acting out when I feel down about myself. I once did the exercise in therapy where I wrote down the kinds of internal statements I was telling myself all day long. Stuff like "Wow you really screwed up your life" or "Nobody would want to be around someone with all your problems" or "I can't ever accomplish anything worthwhile anymore" ... etc. The next day when I read this list I just couldn't believe how negative I was being to this poor guy (the poor guy being me of course).
Anyway maybe you can do some similar kind of self-talk examination and try replacing the negative (and likely completely unrealistic) statements with more positive ones, like i.e. "You've actually shown a lot of courage given all your challenges" or "It's admirable that you're taking practical steps to improve yourself and your future.", etc.