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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Thanks man! Never stop fighting.
35/90. Masturbation does not satisfy my needs anymore I wanna have real sex and that's allowed for me in this challenge.
35+90 not using porn
Same here mate. 2nd 3rd week is crazy for me and same.. once I go for a few drinks I'm done. I relapsed yesterday really regret that.
13/90 complete been overslept yesterday my back is sore and feeling really unmotivated. Laziness is the worst enemy in the road of nofap. And workout and music the best companion
Hey buddy sorry you also had a setback. I know, it sucks. I guess all we can do is take what we've learned and do better next time.
HAPPY "ALL SAINTS DAY," EVERYONE! (That's us for doing this difficult journey)
Day 34/90 no PMO
Day 4 no FB video scrolling (often has porn subs)
Day 646 attempting this challenge
Global Counter 95% (no PMO) since joining
Day 228 weight training (M, W, F)
Lifestyle: reduced caffeine, alcohol and sweets
After a long telapse that included, pmo plus hookup sites and many attempts and many failures in my nofap journey im back to try again. Day 1...1 day at a time.
Have a great week guyz! I just realised it is already November haha maybe we can jump on the No Nut November train )) Just knowing maybe a lot of people, even if casually, are trying NoFap for a month helps!
Day 88 completed.
This is day 35 of 90.
I joined this forum 365 days ago. Of those 365 days, I spend 324 days without doing PMO.
Oh, I would hardly call myself an expert, because this has been my longest streak for 2020 so far. However, I can tell you what has lately been helping me to improve a lot. Basically, it's that I've been regularly (as often as possible) thinking about and repeating the type of thinking that is outlined very well in the meditation below. This particular video is not what started it for me, but it's a great introduction.
The point is that porn addiction is our brain making an error: we connect the idea of PMO to pleasure, something nice that we can escape to when we're stressed. But in reality, it's a huge waste of time that leaves us feeling frustrated and insecure. So we make a mental mistake, that has been ingrained by years and years of routine. Now what I've been working on is that every time that my mind clings to the fiction of PMO (the idea of pleasure), I stop and remind myself of the reality. So as soon as I get an urge, I try to picture as clearly as possible what will happen when I follow that urge. This really helps to reject the urge completely. It's something you need to think about regularly, so that slowly your brain gets rewired to think about PMO in the right way.