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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
sorry been busy to not update, maintaining this streak. been experiencing low mood and flat line.
This is day 51 of not doing PM.
This is day 2 of not looking at any P-subs.
I joined this forum 381 days ago. Of those 381 days, I spend 340 days without doing PMO.
Well said! We have to force ourselves to grow and keep doing better every single day. But we also have to acknowledge the progress we've already made.
Day 27 - good day, urges did not occur. feel very mentally clear on what is important in my life, productivity has been high.
Back to day 0
Made it to the end of day 4
For me it’s about breaking the habit and that’s the intention and the forum is the new habit
Being careful to not allow it to happen with the same cues or place again
keep up the good work people
day 0 out
Finished 51. Going to beat 52. One by one. 90 is closer than it appears
Day 27 and the dreams/nightmares are horrible, hopefully they will stop soon.
Day 51/90 no PMO
Day 50 no risky key word searches
Day 662 attempting this challenge
Global Counter 95% success since joining
Day 236 weight training (M, W, F)
Lifestyle: reduced caffeine, alcohol, sweets,
and FB video feeds (P-subs)
Dah 3 going strong body too much destroyed by pmo lol
3/90. 87 to go
Day 0 babyyyy. I've been trying to quit for 5 months, never gonna give up. Wish me luck bros
Day 4. I had a strong urges last night while meditating. But thankfully I did not relapse.
This is going to be hard but I believe in the power of will. I have more energy and am really productive. This is already awesome.
Day 6 done
This is day 52 of not doing PM.
This is day 3 of not looking at any P-subs.
I joined this forum 382 days ago. Of those 382 days, I spend 341 days without doing PMO.
Good luck! And lots of mindfulness
I don't know if it's so bad if the forum becomes a habit for a while. Like, if every time you get an urge to look at P, you come here instead. Of course in the long run you want to get rid of habitual behavior in general, but start with replacing a bad habit with one that's about growth and community - that's huge progress!