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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Oct 27, 2017.
Day 15 completed ... Had a lot of urges ... Back to Karma yoga ...
Day 3 is done
Now my mind needs something to replace the pleasures of pmo before it's too late.
Day 17 , is really nice to see that all of you guys know how shit PMO is and everyone here want to became a better human . Sending lots of hope for everyone.
I'm feeling very weird flatline and feels like my brain slowely changing + periods of very low level of dopamine. I will try to keep strong !
First day for me, wish me luck!
Day 1 complete.
Did you get it sorted out?
Congratulations Durlag on the new job.
Day 1/90 again! I relapsed last night, but not with P. It wasn't that bad, because of no P, but it was a relapse.
22 Days done - hello flatline
I'm not sure whether to submit the day counter on the days of relapse or on the days without PMO.
Oh I guess I just figured out what's wrong. Thanks for you concern.
Day 17 - I'm feeling more relaxed than in a long time. I've more acceptance for my life and difficult situations and can react accordingly. Also I slept for 10 hours. I recommend good sleep after stressful days.
Day 10 feel temptation growing by the day must say no
Day 3. Good luck with rebooting guys!
Day 5 checkin!
Not a very good day!
Its a day which has got no bad but no good elements in it too!
Its days like these which lead to PMO!
So i am gonna start my cycle of good, better, better er days again till i reach 90 days a totally transformed person!
All the best my dear comrades!
Do you see 90 days?
If you do then come join me in my quest to conquer it!
After what has been a disastrous two days filled with all or nothing pessimistic thinking and binging, I am back to thinking clearly again. I think I am level headed and back in my journey to recovery. In the last two hours, I have done a lot of soul searching and analysis. I remember advising someone that self love and self compassion are crucial to recovery from PMO. I didn't know how much I needed to heed my own advice in this crucial moment when self loathing was beginning to build and I could have easily lost my way. Yes, this journey is full of so many pitfalls and false paths but I am glad I can still find my way back to the recovery road.