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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Day 4/90. Stressful day and i'm very tired my brain keeps telling me i want it but i know i don't.
I had a rare case of a close-call, seeing a title of a manga that I used to read when I was fully an addict (I thought it would never be mentioned! Surprise, surprise!) in some anime news. I remembered that it had some triggering pictures, and, well, I luckily gave up searching for more info about it (you know the process and where even something so small may lead).
Even though, I'm ashamed of even thinking: What if I looked at the last chapter? What if I at least find a review?
Humans are funny, right? I'll stay funny in a less pathetic way!
day 3 completed ;; but my last target is not yet completed , i will complete my last target of 4 clean days and will make it ;; also i started procrastinating too much during my live classes also but from today i am working on it and will improve that ;; also i am working on my productivity and will get maximum output out of my time ;; so i will not give up today also and will give my best
Day 80 and relapsed.
Hi guys. I have been on nofap journey since 2016. I have been trying to break through it pretty seriously and had few huge streaks. I have started pmo back when I was 12 and now I am 22 and jobless.
Today day 80 and I have relapsed. I was literally breezing through the streak with good habits. Anyways I want to consider this relapse as just as a simple relapse. Not as some all start over again kind because it will only demotivate me if I do so.
I would love your suggestion if I should reset my counter or not.
Day 559 at attempting this challenge
Day 191 weigh training (M, W, F)
Lifestyle: reduced caffeine, alcohol and refined sugars
I typed this analogy this morning to my AP and thought it was worthy to share here as it may help someone.
Yes, this addiction is smarter and stronger than us so instead of trying to conquer it, we need to learn how to ride it like a wild horse. We can't physically compete with it's strength so we need to learn how to out smart it so we can control it and be able to ride off into the sunset of happiness with ourselves ..... on top.
50 more to go. Lets go!!
Who's gonna carry the boats!?!! Thanks for the video, buddy. hehe
Day 25/90 ✅ 25 Days now and actually i'm suffering to keep it together, it's been constant pain of blue balls for the last 5 days now, plus today urges are hitting me so strong with all the strange thoughts and memories in my mind which i'm trying to shut it down, i believe strong urges happen to me due to the stress after a physical and mental hard day at work, i hope i can pass this difficult period.
I'm not sure what should you do, but i heard in one video before that such a relapse of one time PMOing does not delete the benefits gained through your streak and it only decreases from these benefits a worth of 2 days, and if you PMOed 2 times then it decreases a weeks, and if more than 2 times then back to zero, so you decide what should you do that you don't get demotivated.
It takes me a while.. well I will reset the counter here physically but I don't mind the day number. I will just count the days as a reference. I won't take it seriously the day count.
Day 0 yo. Up and running.
Looking at it..you almost got to 90. The positive side is when you finish this challenge you will have more benefits than someone who only did 90. Of course this will be easier, I see it like 170 days challenge. All the best.
Today was a busy day, no time for me to get bad thoughts. Let's keep going brothers!!
Day 6/90 complete. Will work on having exercise as a permanent habit starting this Monday.
Day 1 hope to better my last record at 17 days and reach 90 days this time around
I would suggest to go out of your home and do your things. This is very important that you should not be alone at home.
Also, do sport regularly, it helps your mind recover, weight training helps me a lot.
Always, keep in mind that you can do this.
Great weather today and also stepped out from my room after almost a month see the outside world. It was refreshing!