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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by painless_band-aid, Mar 19, 2019.
0/90. A reset but not a relapse.
I noticed that my counter for no porn or psubs is showing 53 days. That was a positive surprise.
Isn't it funny that number one must always come first. You'd better wish the guy is not a procrastinator. Otherwise all the other numbers could do nothing to turn up!
Oops. Missed a day.
Last three weeks to 90! You will do it for sure.
Yeah. It's been good. I feel not much difference in terms of solving the ED. But just glad I'm done with porn. Will keep going past 90 days for sure. I wasn't too worried about the 90 days, as I was looking at a lifestyle change.
We had an in-depth conversation with our wife a week ago, and we love each other deeply, but there were a lot of problems before, and we didn't solve them. We pretend that those problems do not exist, we pretend that everything is still the same as usual, and now we find that truth is the shortcut to life, and escaping is not.
I have an erection every morning, it will last for a while, not an instant reaction, and now I am awake every morning because of an erection.
At present, it seems that things are moving in a good direction. Of course, many people have mentioned that this process is repeated many times, so I may enter the low tide several times later.
I have been interviewing last month. It seems that there may be two job opportunities at the moment, but I still need to talk about wages next week.
I always felt that life is very short and I have to finish things very quickly, but it is not the same as chaos and disorder. The world always has its own law of operation. We cannot violate these laws. I don't know if I can succeed, because there is no one-size-fits-all thing in the world, but we should give ourselves patience and try at the least suitable way, instead of wasting time on anxiety, irritability and blame yourself.
I have some slacks recently. Although there is still no PMO, the time for reading recently has been reduced, the exercise time has been reduced, and I have become lazy. I have to remind myself at all times that if I can't develop good habits, then I am still very likely to go to a worse life.
Now I have become more anxious than two weeks ago, but I still have to remind myself at all times - Gained if lucky, lost if fated. Don't think that everything is taken for granted, even if the PMO fails for me, I am successful - proving a way of making mistakes for me.
I can maintain my habits as long as I make some efforts every day. The power of habit is great. The more I go back, the less effort I have to make, and the habits will be maintained.
Sometimes I feel depressed inside. I am trying to get along with these bad emotions. The pain of life is always greater than happiness. So I try to treat pain as normal and happiness as a gift of destiny.
Finally, I wish you all a happy day, work hard today, and tomorrow will not regret it because of yesterday.
From An awkward middle-aged greasy man
Thanks for the sharing. You're doing great.
Relapsed...Again... Feel terrible about it. Lets try again