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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
day 12 completed and just 2 more days to touch 2 week
Lets go! Happy Friday!
Day 68/90. Man, after a great day. Rough day. Just thinking lustfully in the evening. Just thoughts of wanting to cuddle with one of my female friends... Blargh. I think it relates to lack of sleep and anxiety. I start to want to cover my anxiety/tiredness over with the wrong thing. Lust. But didn't act out, praise God. One more day. Called a couple recovery buddies to let them know I was having these thoughts this morning and I'm doing a bit better.
Day 11. Edged for the first time today, but still going strong.
Day 33 Complete
The time has finally come. Abstinence from pmo for 3 whole months. Wow! To be quite honest, I didn’t think I’d make it this far. But finally, after multiple failed attempts and countless relapses, at last I managed to pull through the whole way. It has not been easy in fact, this ranks up there as one of the hardest things I have ever done but it certainly was worth it. I wanna thank everyone in this forum, I’ve been tremendously inspired by everyone's posts. It was assuring knowing that I was not in this hard fought battle alone.
Where do I go from here?
Moving forward, I will get to 180 days (another 3 months) then will stop counting days and make NoFap a way of life.
Benefits that I’ve experienced
Confidence - Prior to NoFap, I had major social anxiety due to a lack of confidence to the point where I would sometimes avoid having conversations with certain people because I was intimidated by them but now I feel confident in every social interaction I have and am more comfortable in my own skin.
Discipline - NoFap has enhanced my self discipline astronomically. It’s given me the ability to delay gratification and helped me to practice discipline in other areas of my life as well such as spirituality and fitness.
Freedom - For the longest time this addiction has robbed me of my freedom in so many ways. I feel like I no longer have to carry around this baggage with me. I feel like I’m in control of my life now and not the addiction.
To my fellow Fapstronauts..
My advice to you is to do something other than NoFap whether that be meditation, yoga, working out or whatever. This helped me to drift my focus away from NoFap because in order to break a bad habit, you’ve got to replace it with a good one.
Keep moving forward! Understand that when you embark on this journey, relapse will happen but it’s only a part of the process. Don’t beat yourself up about it, use it as fuel to drive you forward. Know that it isn’t the end of the world and your best days are yet to come.
Taking one day at a time