Being moody

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by the general, May 30, 2020.

  1. the general

    the general Fapstronaut

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    Hey. So I'm on my second day of recovery and I do not know if being moody is normal during recovery. I would like to inquire about the matter and any advice I would get on it would be wonderful
     
  2. millz5231

    millz5231 Fapstronaut

    It's very normal and a huge part of it. I can speak from my experience that being moody, and having headaches will bother you frequently but over time they do subside. The worst is when you relapse. That is the worst feeling so let that be a deterrent on your journey. Good luck
     
  3. the general

    the general Fapstronaut

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    Thank you so much for the support. I also feel the headaches a lot but I will survive
     
  4. Hardcandy

    Hardcandy Fapstronaut

    Yes. I confirm. I relapsed recently and now I have these crazy mood swings...

    I hope the super powers arrive within a couple of days.
     
  5. millz5231

    millz5231 Fapstronaut

    Don't think about it that way. I can confirm that there are no superpowers. Just focus on being a better person and people will notice
     
  6. Hardcandy

    Hardcandy Fapstronaut

    For me the super-powers can be achieved. During last 3 years I achieved two streaks of 100+ days and that was the best period in my life. I was super productive at work with a clear mind. I wanted to do more chores at home and I believe I was just a better and more motivated person for my family and friends.

    When I compare that state of mind to a laziness after a relapse, the difference is at the level of superpowers in my case.
     
  7. LoveIsAllWeNeed

    LoveIsAllWeNeed Fapstronaut

    This is the most important thing. By quitting PMO you get so much more life energy, joy and will power it surely is a revolution. I can confirm this is happening automatically and is the greatest gift of getting clear!
     
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