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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Day 74 done
Day 75 almost
Day 53 up and running.
Born ready bornnn reeeady.
To all members in this wonderful community. All the effort your putting to become the best versions of yourselves.
ITS TIME TO PARTY
To all those near to complete there streaks. You efforts have made you great warriors @bromor , @Titu , @discovery , @hermitthefrog , @Pone , and all those I have not mentioned.
Day 24 No O
hey guys day 15 here , really happy for my dtreak as i had beaten all of my past streaks and this is my longest streak in hardmode and this will be my longest streak coz i will never break it ... ;; so all is well and some urges comes sometime but i overcomes them ;;; my next target is to complete day 18th of my streak and i wwill make it possible ..
nice bro ,,, you can do this
Day 18. Congrats to those reaching the end of the challenge, and hurray for those just starting out! All of you help motivate me.
Every day closer.
day 57 completed well i watch a video on youtube and it has somethings which is triggering i didn't expect triggering things on that video but as i saw my mind is like going in past and playing the things again which i don't want so i immediately come here and posting this
Completing day 14.
The urges and struggle are so real.
Being celibate for 12 days and now I think, wtf have I been doing, O'ing all the time since I was about 12?
I've been hooked on this thing called O that I couldn't shake off.
I've just accepted it as a desire, an attachment that no mortal man can possibly tackle, otherwise I'll expand like an over-filled water balloon until I explode all over the room!
The police, peeling the remains of my flesh from the ceiling as they shake their heads saying to one another "looks like we've got another poor soul who tried to stop masturbating".
I'm beginning to realise, I can be free from this attachment calling me back endlessly to O again and again and again (dot dot dot)
Hooked on a dopamine hit that I've struggled to go without for more than 7 days since I was a kid and I've acted like it's the most normal thing in the world.
I really am starting to wonder.