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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
There are no easy days. Each day presents it’s own challenges and adversity. The “urges”, temptations, and distracting thoughts never seem to fully go away. You just learn to skillfully manage and maneuver your way around these obstacles.
Ya I understand. I too want FREE instead of relapse. But sometimes things won't work despite our efforts. Well I am hearing up my workout in my room and also in evenings where I can go to terrace for workout when my dad isn't around.
I would like to live by the ABC's. Adventure, Brave, Courage.
today was a good day, had some bad thoughts but managed to stay focused. Let's go brothers!
Day 0 no M
Day 229 no P
I reset my counter. M't to toughts of now X Girlfriend. Anyway, I own my decision to do it. Not depressed about that, but realise that situations like this can throw you off track thinking you need a release do go on. Will get it together and do the long second 90 day streak I am here for!
A good motivational video from speeches from a lot of famous people ))
Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached! - Swami Vivekananda
on day 18/90 , man today is so tough that i might relapse..
During this week I was so busy of my study and work, so could not check in.
Head up and keep fighting, we can master our emotions and are in the process of learning how to control our mind/self when the urges come, so stay in and fight
Day 8 completed. Taking it one day at a time.
Day 1 - let's go
DAY 6! NO PMO
Had some disturbing sexual dreams the last couple of nights but it hasn’t been affecting my day to day routine, no urges so far... moving on
24 days completed 24/90
Day 567 at attempting this challenge
Day 195 weigh training (M, W, F)
Lifestyle: reduced caffeine, alcohol and sweets
48 days completed.
Habit 1- X
Habit 2 ✔
Havit 1- X
Havit 2 -✔
There were 2 times wet dreams in last two days but no major urges while I was awake