Finally sick and tired of being sick and tired

IamTrying

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[After 28 days and 2 days until one month]


Anxiety and stress: More manageable

Workouts: Better and I can workout harder than I could when I was PMOing

Music: sounds better and I'm more connected to the lyrics.

Friendships: Deeper and more meaningful.


Sleep: Definitely better and deeper. I don't wake up feeling awful like I did before.


Energy: much better and higher than it was before. Now I'm motivated to get the day going and to conquer whatever task is in front of me.

Happiness: Absolutely so much happier. I can't even explain how free I feel. I'm truly rediscovering myself again. I get joy out of the most random stuff now.

This is just after 28 days, and today was my best one yet. I can only imagine what 60 or 90 or even 200 days porn free is going to feel like. If you stumble across this, and you need some reassurance or motivation, please know that you can feel how I feel today as well. You can be free and clean of this problem. No matter how many relapses you've had, this problem is beatable. It can be fixed. Just wanted to update you all on my progress. Thank you to all of you who have supported me. Can't wait for tomorrow and the future.
Awesome!!
 
Today was better than yesterday was. I have so much energy and I actually am motivated to do things that I normally wouldn't want to do. My workouts are at a new level. I just feel so much better. However, after the other night when I MO'd I've kinda gone overboard with that. I haven't used any porn substitutes or anything, but it's just a little much. So I'm cutting that out until I'm fully rebooted. It's on me. My mistake and I know about it early enough to cut it off, before it becomes worse. Other than that, things are amazing.
 
I forgot to add this into my morning update. Last night, I had urges to pmo. Usually, I would rationalize it and do it without trying to get myself out of that loop. But this time, I turned on some music and enjoyed it and the urge eventually left me. It was a turning point for me, proof that I can do this. Every time we say no, it's a win. Proud of myself for that.
 
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