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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Day 5 guys, last attempt 11 days but relapsed
No quitting this!
Day 11 No Caffeine, Cacao, Sugar, black tea, Pepper
Day 11 No privacy
41 days - no PMO, no alcohol. Self-esteem and optimism are improving. Focusing on some positive projects too.
Doing pretty good.
Day 16. This is the longest I've been pmo free since November. Yay! Just grateful today!
Day 0/90 completed
Was very active the whole day.
Emotionally frustrated, i have relapse this morning two times, i have decided to give this challenge ago, despite the low morals i have right now.
Thats awesome brother, i have also quit cigarettes and alcohol about a year now, im still trying to quit pmo too, were you a heavy drinker or just drank socially?
Be awere that a habitloop is tied to a place, if you are used to watch porn and mustarbait at home or even just on your bed, make sure to plan accurdingly! I discoverd that when i am not home i rearly ever feel the urge
Day 22 ✔.
Remaining : Days 68.
Day 38! Hey does a wet dream count as a relapse? Also, does anyone know how to avoid having wet dreams if there is a way?
No, even for Buddhist monks it’s not a break of their celibacy to have a wet dream. I don’t need to be more strict than them! I wouldn’t worry about it, not a whole lot you can do. Maybe try to avoid/redirect sexual thoughts during the day and before bed, but sometimes this is just going to happen. You’re good my friend
Didn’t check in yesterday, 45 days done. Need to stay relaxed but vigilant and determined for one more day
Its natural thing a wet dream, although one that were not about porn always messed with my streaks, theres few thing that should help you reduce them.
Avoid fantsizing or lusting after women pictures, ect, basically try to lower your gaze, and controll thoughts, especially before bed.
Avoid eating spicy foods before bed, and eating a lot before bed, sleeping on a full stomach puts pressure on that area and increases chance of wet dreams a lot.
sleep on your right side, and dont even try sleeping on your stomach you will create friction when your asleep against the bed its it will cause wet dreams.
and lastly dont also sleep on baggy short/ boxer, because they also creat tight friction. I just sleep on baggy pants or wear extra large shorts.
Hey buddy thanks for the support. To be honest it's taken me a little time to figure out what role alcohol has played in my life. For many years it was just intermittent/casual social drinking, never really a problem by itself, other than the occasional hangover.
But as I got older, I noticed I was drinking more regularly just as a way to relax/escape, and also my body was not tolerating it so well anymore. That combined with how I tend to make stupid decisions if I drink too much, made me think this challenge would be a good time to go on an alcohol "hiatus" and see how that helps with things. I think it's been helpful for me to stay on track and also work on some real changes in my life.
Day 2/90 done