I am free! The easypeasymethod.org did it.
The only checkpoint is in your mind.
I know it’s overconfident and arrogant, But…
Pmo just does not make me happy at all, never has and never will.
It is pure poison that destroys me, my heart and relationships.
(I’m not addicted to pmo as much as I’m addicted to punching myself in the face)
I think it’s great people want to work hard, meditate, build muscle etcetera - I’d never take that away from someone,… BUT it is NOT nopmo. But a healthy escape from it.
We should NOT use it as an excuse… “I should’ve meditated etcetera”
Rather than focusing on days we decided not to drink bleach or run into oncoming traffic, I personally think it is better to focus on “what good is it actually doing for me?”
Sex, dopamine, oxytocin bind us to the thing that facilities them.
Why would I want to make my potential partner compete with an imaginary online brothel?
It’s absolutely madness.
Pmo does not fill a void - It creates one.
Has pmo ever brought me happiness, peace, love? No.
I thought it relaxed me for all the years, but it has done the exact opposite - stress, anxiety, low self worth, paranoia, insecurities that destroy relations.
I’ve believed for soooooo long, I’m ugly, a villain, completely unworthy of receiving love from a lady.
I’ve believed any kindness and love, is just pity and that of a friend - not someone who would actually want or have any faith, trust, hope and desire for me.
And I’ve been so wrong about that
I do appreciate this app, and love the companions most of all.
Counting days can be helpful and motivating, but people begrudgingly give up smoking for a month - suffering, standing near smokers just to get a whiff of tobacco.
If we’re still checking out girl’s asses, getting dopamine spikes from some Insta babe, or whatever… We are still keeping that neural pathway open.