Back again-- what a messed up life!

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by Chinaman69, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. Chinaman69

    Chinaman69 Fapstronaut

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    I started this challenge about a year ago under a different name. I failed pretty hard back then but it felt good while I was trying to overcome this problem. Now I am struggling with a massive, 20-year porn addiction that has badly damaged my marriage, faith, and career, and led me to thoughts of suicide. For indirectly related reasons, (lack of mental focus-- I wasn't using P at work) I have just lost a very good paying job. A week ago, my boss, being a very classy guy, gave me 90 days to find a new job, instead of giving me the boot immediately. A few days ago, I was at the end of my rope. Now, though, I am resolved to making plans and carrying them out, to quit PMO, to rebuild my marriage, to deepen my faith, lose 25 pounds and to become such a great candidate for a job that somebody feels compelled to hire me. I have 12 weeks left. Wish me luck. If you are any flavor of Christian, and especially for my Catholic brothers, pray for me. If I can succeed at this, it can be the greatest time in my life instead of the worst.
     
  2. I'll pray for you. It sounds tough but there is a way out of the mess you're in. Just don't give up. Even if you relapse get back up and try again.
     
  3. Survivor Wars

    Survivor Wars Fapstronaut

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    Get back up and fight on. Your forefathers didn't go through all they went through for you to end up like this. Fight hard, you will be restored
     
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  4. Chinaman69

    Chinaman69 Fapstronaut

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    Thank you. I am going out to pray and meditate later this morning and will keep you in mind.
     
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  5. Chinaman69

    Chinaman69 Fapstronaut

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    You have got that right, man. Thanks.
     
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  6. ivanhoe

    ivanhoe Fapstronaut

    #praying
    Welcome
    Sometimes it's the big challenges that call up the best in us.
    I was in a pretty precarious work situation a few years ago and I ended up in a job (don't worry this isn't an infomercial :) ) with my income and benefits like vacation literally doubled.
     
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