Day 14 - is THIS what a flatline feels like?

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by Kyle Katarn, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. Kyle Katarn

    Kyle Katarn Fapstronaut

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    So this is day 14 and I am still going strong but I can't help but feel a little weak today.

    I noticed the past two days I have been extremely fatigued and over all just blazee and I'm sure part of that has to do with all of the physical activities I've been doing along with the heat but normally that doesn't bother me too much.

    By the middle of today I had developed a migraine. My normal response to a migraine is to take one of my Imitrex which my doctor prescribed me. But it's almost like trading the devil you know for the devil you don't because the side effects of the Imitrex are just as bad lol.

    I feel an urge here and there to go off and PMO but I have the emergency app on the front page of my phone to help! I am determined to do this.

    So with all this information laid out for you all, I pose the question: is my fatigue and over all 'meh' state a result of a flatline? Mind you I felt great Tuesday!

    Thank you for your input!

    P.S. I haven't been heavily addicted for a long time. I started the year off with a long six months streak of no porn and intermittent MO. But this past month has been heck. I went through three relapses before I could get myself back on track to the streak I am currently writing.
     
  2. cstguy

    cstguy Fapstronaut

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    Just a thought for you on my experience
    Hey...Well I made it to July 18th which put me at 15 days No PMO and then a relapse. Yikes, I wasn't even looking for porn, my smart phone APP rejected any attempts to access it...dam..it was a you tube segment that unhinged me. I refuse to deal in shame, this is a tricky process when one deals in lust and loneliness at the same time along with the vast wasteland of images surrounding you on the internet. If one has to look on the bright side, I felt calmer and even felt that my response to arousal had improved so I have hope in that sense. This is tough and takes real focus.

    I felt in some ways the way you felt.

    It took me a few days to admit that I have to start over. but I need to. I am trying to eliminate more "trap doors" in my way to success.
    CSTGUY
     

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