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Panther

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2 months no PMO
« on: June 16, 2020, 10:10:35 AM »
I have gone 64 days with on PMO to be precise.Though its not for the first time that I've gone this long with no PMO,I finally feel like I've overcome this addiction.During my previous attempts ,while on a good run,id always be fearful and know in the back of my mind that if i encounted very strong cravings , they would overpower me and I would relapse,which they obviously always did.It became a self-fulfilling prophecy.This time around though..I have faced,even though its not been easy, very strong cravings and overcome THEM for a change.What i know in the back of my mind this time around is that PMO is not worth it.The thought of the wasted years it has cost me and could still cost me is enough to never want it in my life ever.. ever.. ever again. I've discovered how deep my low self-esteem issues run,quitting is definitely not a magic pill..hahaha. But i wouldnt have known this had i still been in the PMO addiction bubble. The good thing now is that i can focus on improving my self-esteem and not be preoccupied with an addiction which does more harm than good in your life.
I've also found that the key is having the correct mindset at the very beginning of my reboot, and then finding the strategy that suits my personality .

Happy 64 days no PMO for me...here's to many more days to come.Good luck and well done to all those who've quit and those who are still trying to quit .
« Last Edit: June 20, 2020, 08:35:43 AM by Panther »

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Re: 2 months no PMO
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2020, 09:00:34 AM »
Hello guys..Im on day number 100 of no PMO.Don't have a lot to say just that it feels awesome..ten times better than any pleasure you get from PMOing.Anyone need a friend,im available

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Re: 2 months no PMO
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2020, 11:37:25 AM »
Huge congrats !

Super impressive milestone. What are your top tips ? :)
Mastery is not an exalted state that lies at the end of the path; it is a state of mind the lies at the very beginning.
Mastery is in the act of setting foot on the path, not in reaching its end.