Relapsed after 65 days

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by Napav, Apr 3, 2018.

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  1. Napav

    Napav Fapstronaut

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    I had completed 65 days..
    I was feeling happy during those days. I was occupied with work and kept myself busy.
    But I started reading about rebooting again, and suddenly one day relapsed and did it 4 times. Then again I ended up doing it once for two days.

    Dont test it friends, but believe that we all can win over this..
     
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  2. Awakening123

    Awakening123 Fapstronaut

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    Watch out for the chaser. Don't let chaser wipe out all progress you have made in those 65 days.
     
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  3. dream1990

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    65 days are AWESOME bro...it might feel sad to relapse but dont ever think that you lost because you did not and you will not
    you have done it once and as they say here..you have built the mindset and the will power to get back on track ..i truely beileve that the real battle is inside our minds and hearts...whether we will give in to despair or we will keep pushing towrd the end...the beautiful end that you my friend absolutely deserve..
     
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  4. Live life

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    DONT GET DESPAIR.
    I want to share another thing,the opposite if addiction is connection.

    Get a new girl frnd if possible or at least get close with your parents,frnds,family members.

    Remember this is one of most important one.
     
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  5. sandester

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    I would say dont make the counter to 0. Just make it 40. 50 is not less. Also don't do it again. keep on going man. I did same mistake. I was at day 40 relapsed once. then later i was like I am on day 0 let me do it. day 3 let me do it. It took 3 months to again gain some progress. I think only way to get back is by not making all the way to 0 after so much progress.
     
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