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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Couldn't post yesterday. Day 34
Day 19/90. Good day yesterday, dealed positively with rejection (which is difficult for me). Stay focused everyone!
Sayings day 86 of 184 there's only 98 days left I had one beer last night and it's the first one I've had in 3 weeks won't do that again, stow away from my energy didn't sleep as good as I should have the boner I had this morning I could have Jack the car up with kudos to all the guys on here that are doing well and the guys that aren't power to the people the one thing you have to realize is that your dick is not in charge I think God is next to you and you don't want him seeing you do what you been doing either alright God chooses and the wife decides God bless
3 days down
"Where is my super suit?"
i am at dat 14 of this challange...it's hard
You have helped everyone in the group and you are nearly at the finish line,so don't stop now!Really focus on the present right now and use the 5 thinking hats mechanism to focus my friend.Here is a link http://affinitymagazine.us/2017/01/...thinking-hats-with-this-new-coping-mechanism/
Hey there....be strong for us and guide us through this mighty storm.....I've lost trust over myself....be there to help
What is 90 days of your life ? You can do it . We all do !
Fuck My Life!
Feeling so low, complete flatline and depression too. Had a huge row with my SO last night when she came home. Haven't spoken all day.
Having sucidal thoughts and have nothing good to cling to. I can't help but think that if I did then my kids and SO would all be better off without me. Even if I do shake this PMO shit I will still be an emotional wreck who can't even understand what he is feeling, let alone express it to another human.
For what it's worth, day 14 pretty much done.
Fuck My Life
I want to quit PMO forever so I am joining this now. It may be hard but I will try to do it.
redoing challenge on; day 2
I was going through a bit of a tough time there, but I'm back on the 90 day challenge! Day 1/90!
Dude. You have posted numerous times of having a great time with your family.That's great.You know it and I know it and since you have given up porn you have more time and energy focus on your SO and time with your family. There are times when it's frustrating and difficult to communicate with the opposite sex.Here is a link to some useful advice on what we can do to understand each other better. https://blog.mindvalley.com/men-are-from-mars-women-are-from-venus/
Here is a list of questions that my wife and I choose from, to better understand each other.Stay strong and fuck porn!
Day 120. Done. 120 days of hard mode. I have no intention on stopping, but I will cease posting here everyday; since NoFap became a lifestyle for me. I'll post occasionally, when some important event happens. To all my fellow Fapstronouts: DO NOT QUIT. Yes, it will be hard, you will have problems: stress, anxiety, depression. Just remember that PMO is an ignorant way, evetually you will have to face these problems. PMO just prevents you to truly learn from what you experience. It blocks you, it is so easy and perfect for the hedonistic mind. NoFap forces you, to embrace your dark side, to fight with your problems, to seek a better way of life. And remember; one who seeks, eventually finds. Seek my friends, seek for a better life. When you find it, PMO becomes meaningless; who wants to walk, when they can fly? I thank you all for your lifestories, every single one of you are an inspiration for me. It is my humble wish that my life could show you a part of the very light, which we all seek for.
My friend, one could easily see that everything changes. Us, our feelings, our emotions, names, labels, our friends, our idelogies. But do we remember the thing that never changes, the thing that always witnesses? The thing that could not be identified, could not be described. The very center of all the changing phenomena. Everything passes, your mode now will not stay forever. If you judge it, you will cling to it. And it is painful, for it is just like holding onto a branch in a wild, flowing river. When we can't find happiness, we cling to depression. When one lets depression goes too, only thing that is left is true bliss. Please do remember; after the darkest night, comes the brightest sun. Only thing you'll ever need to do is watch it while it passes by. Learn from it, and it will lose its power to disturb you ever again. Accept my sincere regards.