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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
I can relate, my day off too. The plan is cold shower, workout, walk the dog, and read. We got it.
Didnt post in past days
Feeling good though i felt creepy and unconfident during a video call... But yeah all bad feelings shall go away. So let's keep fighting
Day 2 went well.
Day 3/7 checking in.
Yes!! Indeed, even without work, I just needed to keep myself busy, as I know that when boredom strikes, many bad things will happen. So I did kept myself busy whole day and I can proudly say I am a winner for the past 4 days!
Hey, I see you are on day 4 as well! Lets keep it up!
I think my computer/internet addiction is maybe even worse than my P addiction.
I really need a digital detox.. so that is my plan. Soon I will be leaving for a week for two (or more) and I will have no internet connection.
I'm looking forward to that.
And by the way, you guys on this forum are awesome.
I'm in heaven!
Keep on groovin'
Day 4/90. Feeling a bit better, but was mentally close to relapsing last night. Need to not get overwhelmed by this journey.
fuck day 0 again
Day 90/90 Completed
Day 1 complete!
Hola de nuevo aquí, esta vez será diferente, la primera vez que estuve aquí no llegue a la meta de los 90 días, esta vez haré lo posible de llegar a esa meta que se ve difícil pero no imposible. Mi primer reto será 7 días sin PM. El versículo que usare será: "Josué 1:9 Esfuérzate y sé valiente. No temas ni desmayes, que yo soy el Señor tu Dios, y estaré contigo por dondequiera que vayas.". Espero recibir sus buenos concejos y poder ayudarlos en esta gran transformación de vida con Dios.
Day 83. Also btw it's 280 days since my last drink. For me, giving up booze was easier than giving up porn, that's how addictive this stuff is. Just something to keep in mind. No one said any of this was easy. You are all awesome for tackling this challenge. Takes alot of courage and integrity to even attempt it. If you're struggling, or if you had a setback - don't despair. There is always hope.