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Omarov

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Re: Omarov keeps up the win!
« Reply #25 on: December 16, 2018, 01:37:42 PM »
However much you're resolved to quit, brain will find the perfect time and will succeed in making a relapse sound absolutely harmless and exciting.
You won't move forward if you don't always choose the less attractive and more daunting choice: Porn now has no place in your life and never will.
The answer is no, brain. I'll make you suffer with withdrawal til you surrender.
One day at a time!

changemylife

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« Reply #26 on: December 16, 2018, 01:44:38 PM »
We could never improve if we don't want to go out of our comfort zone. Fighting addictions is nothing comfortable but if we run back to our "comfort zone" which is relapsing, we will never move forward.
This is the first time when I really want to change my life and become a normal person.

Omarov

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« Reply #27 on: December 17, 2018, 06:07:03 AM »
Kicking addiction one day at a time.
One "No" at a time.
Rebooting is nothing but an informed decision coming out of a newly adopted mindset of someone who's resolved to become a better person.
And damn! look at all the better uses of the internet! Such an awesome invention  :o *reads about climate change*

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« Reply #28 on: December 17, 2018, 12:42:00 PM »
The desire of recovering/rebooting means "maturing". You could be at an age when you consider yourself "mature". Yes, I am 28 I should say I am mature. Well, I wasn't. The day when I said: "I want to change my life and have a life" I finally graduated. I was almost 28 but still a kid in mentality. I lived for PMO, alcohol and Internet. One day I said: "I will do anything to have the life I should have at 30" and I matured myself overnight, more than the last 6 years or so.
The conclusion is: We need to become fucking men and stop giving up to destructive temptations. What men are we?
This is the first time when I really want to change my life and become a normal person.

Omarov

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« Reply #29 on: December 17, 2018, 02:28:50 PM »
Mature
Forward
Future
Soul
Happiness
Change
Mindfulness
Those are words that must keep ringing in a rebooter's mind all the freaking time.
Personally, being about to graduate in a few months is an extremely powerful push for me to change. I'm running out of time to become the person I wanna be. And it's also a trick that my brain keeps trying to play on me that I can keep drowning myself in addiction for "just a few more days" and then I can start the reboot as a "new year resolution". Come on brain, can't you hear how ridiculous you sound?!
And let me tell you where you're wrong here, brain:
1- When I resolve myself to do something, then I betray that resolution, I have to invent another brand new resolution that sounds more binding, and frankly I'm running out of strong-sounding resolutions. And the current resolution is by far my most genuine and profound. So no, the answer to each entreaty from your sick dopamine deprived nerve endings is no, each and every time.
2- And "New year resolution"? Really? Those are always lame and never work. Nice try!

Thank you, Francesco, for introducing the word "Mature" to my dictionary of rebooting.
(I chose the name Francesco for you. Totally random, I hope you like it. It's just that I can't assimilate using "changemylife" as a nickname  ;D )

changemylife

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« Reply #30 on: December 17, 2018, 03:18:16 PM »
You got me there. "Who's Francesco?"  ;D No, no, no, you need to get used to saying "Changemylife" everyday. Cause that's what we need to do: Change our lives, if we want to have a chance at beating addictions. And "New Year's resolution"  has never worked for me. Trust me, every year on January 1st, the hours 00:01 I told myself: "That's it! I will not drink again this year. I will limit my Internet usage. I will not masturbate even once!" And it took me only a few more days and I went back to PMO, this triggered depression, depression made me drink and just like this everything went out of the window.
So what did this mean? I wasn't doing anything to change my life so how come could've you expected me to have a chance? Do not say things like: "I will start on January 1st, New Year's resolution, I swear!" No, no, start today! The addiction absolutely loves postponing cause it means more dopamine.
This is the first time when I really want to change my life and become a normal person.