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Ages 30-39 / Re: Rebooting trough self-parenting
« Last post by EarthWalker on Today at 01:31:58 AM »
Thank you Sanders. Appreciate it. Very happy to read you are doing well.

Day 33.

Weird P dream. Also some P thoughts came up in the morning. I just shut them down. Enough BS. My mind = my rules.

I expect the addiction to make a substantial attempt before day 40. There is nothing P thoughts can give me now.

Looks like this is really it. A bit in disbelief.

Wish everyone a good day.
EW
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Ages 20-29 / Re: Pushing back!
« Last post by Chris Oz on Today at 01:10:26 AM »
Slipped again. Same pattern. Why do I get so horny in the mornings? Gosh.
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Teens / Re: I'm addicted to games
« Last post by Dedlus on October 19, 2020, 11:49:54 PM »
Hey brother this site is actually for porn addicts not game addicts im sorry brother but i guess buying a second hand average potato computer and giving you gaming laptop to your parents or selling it on olx if you are desperate can help
Then after a few months like 5 or 6 you can take back your gaming laptop and play in moderation like every sunday of 1 hr or less.
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Ages 40 and up / Re: Bringing it around full circle
« Last post by LetItGoAlready on October 19, 2020, 11:44:46 PM »
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3 weeks! great work! and great self awareness and accountability there, bud. Admitting to every little moment where your small mind turned up is very powerful

Thanks Joel. Your support means a lot to me. These "moments" are sometimes a little tedious to put into words, but once they're on the page, they can haunt me no more!

It's Day 23. Yesterday went better than expected. I had to run some errands, and I knew if I went into that situation unprepared, I might allow my eyes to wander even more than the day before, maybe even get seriously triggered. I certainly didn't want that. So, I made sure to have a little chat with myself and laid down some ground rules before I even got out of the car. And you know what? It worked! I hardly shot a glance at anyone. Sure, there was a moment or two where, if I'm being honest, I didn't behave like a perfect gentleman. But I did a hell of a lot better than I did the time before, and I'm pretty happy about that. I think the thing I feel best about, though, is that I'm not just another broken record saying, "well, I did the same damn thing I always do and, big surprise, I fucked up again!" This time I did something different and got better results.

Later that day, I spent some alone time with my wife, which is another situation that I have to be careful with because I succumbed to the chaser effect right after our last... er, canoodling session. This time, though, I was prepared for it. And just like with my ogling experience, it went better than expected. Feeling pretty good about that, too.

I think I'll end my report there, friends. Be well!
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Thanks for the advice, Do or Die, I appreciate it. Feedback is always welcome.
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Do exercise daily. It will help you to fight your urges
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Day 16
I have been getting flashes of urges and some random fantasy. If I don't fantasize, urges are nonexistent. I don't have many of the same bad habits with instagram or other social media that others have and it is a godsend. I am making this post to remind myself why I want to quit p. It ruined 3 years of my life. It ruined my relationship and the worst part is it took away hours and days at a time away from my life. P is not my master. I am regaining control everyday.
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Ages 20-29 / Re: I am frustrated.. Trying for 3 and half years now...!
« Last post by Do or die on October 19, 2020, 11:06:36 PM »
Day 2
I know I am relapsing frequently this days . But my reboot time is increased. Its about 10 days .
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Ages 20-29 / Re: I am frustrated.. Trying for 3 and half years now...!
« Last post by Do or die on October 19, 2020, 11:06:19 PM »
Sucks to hear about the relapse. You've been in this for such a long time so it must be pretty tough dealing with that over and over again. Just curious whether you're changing or adapting whatever you're doing to quit porn? Have you sought help from someone, changed something with your electronic devices or made rules for yourself to abide? This addiction is rough as you know, it'll take a hell of a lot more than willpower and dedication. I hope you've found what led to your relapse and know what to avoid that situation.  Good luck!
yes Sansers.
I got your point. And i also know the reason of relapse. Actually leaving porn only because of its bad effects is not enough. We need to change our thinking towards girls.
And we need to be a good human being.Then we can leave this addiction.
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Ages 30-39 / Re: My journal, my friend
« Last post by Bilbo Baggins on October 19, 2020, 10:42:49 PM »
Hi friend! Good to see you are holding on and that things are going well for you. I'm just a few days behind you, and I feel you and me are improving at the same pace. I don't know how long it will take us to heal, but what matters is that we're staying away from porn. Keep up the good work! Take care.
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