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Discussion in 'Events & Challenges' started by 2525, Dec 27, 2017.
A motivating story to relentlessly keep up with nofap journey while taking massive action.
Day 28 check in
Day 5. I have a challenging stretch here for the next several days, as I'll be on my own. I prepared by double-checking all my blockers, getting my stack of crosswords ready, and setting up an epic marathon game of Civ 5 which should keep me preoccupied should I get restless.
Hey man, yes I know exactly how you feel. It'll improve soon. Your 56 days is a real accomplishment. Take what you learned from it and keep moving forward.
We push on.
75/365. Trying to find a solution to this desire to relapse.
I'm on 58/90 challenges. 2 days left, I will be reaching for 60 challenges. I'm deeply feeling more motivated and optimistic in my life. I hope all of you can overcame any obstacle which you want to conquer. Have a great day
Awesome reflection and very useful as a reminder.
I know this feeling. I'll tell you something that's helped me in the past.
I think to myself ... "Ok I could relapse today. But, what if i just give myself a day to think about it? Maybe tomorrow I'll feel different. Maybe tomorrow I won't even be interested in relapsing at all. So why not just wait till tomorrow and see how I feel about it? I mean it's just one day."
Sometimes just allowing myself this time buffer helps diffuse the tension enough to get past those moments of heightened urges. It's really just a trick I use to try and stretch the time out till the urges pass. Anyway I don't mean to give unsolicited advice, but just in case it helps I thought I'd pass it along.
Thank you. That's what I will keep trying. One day at a time. And any helpful advice is always appreciated. That's one of the reasons I post here.
140 days completed.
Its just another decent day decent feeling same journey & same hope...Day 35/330 more to go
Be aware of the images that you view in your mind. If you are in your head dwelling on sexually explicit scenes over and over again, it has a powerful effect on what you do. Are you on your own team or are you working against yourself? When I was on my long streak of no PMO, I was not entirely aligned with it. Although I had stopped PMO, my eyes were still on the lookout for sexually arousing input in other places. And my mind was prone to dwelling on that input and making up new fantasies to satisfy cravings. If you pay attention to what you are doing that leads toward relapse, it gives you the option to change course.
Day 3/365. Haven't noticed any more feelings I associate with the chaser effect since yesterday morning.
9/365 forgot to post day 9 last night, been goin by fast