Rengaw
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Rengaw

Will log on every other week from 13/10/2016, Male, from Netherlands

I'm lost on how to deal with porn cravings, so reinventing my game plan. If you have any suggestions on cravings:please put 'em in my topic! Aug 20, 2018

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    1. Rengaw
      Rengaw
      I'm lost on how to deal with porn cravings, so reinventing my game plan. If you have any suggestions on cravings:please put 'em in my topic!
    2. Rengaw
      Rengaw
      Back on the forums to get back on the noPMO track again.
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      2. themammothrept
        themammothrept
        Wish you the best Rengaw, you can do this!
        Aug 4, 2018
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    3. Damien
      Damien
      I'm 132 days pmo free and I'm going through the same horror with frequent wet dreams , and feel the zombie effect- how did you get through it, did they stopped or what? I need to at least make it to 14 days, then I'm feeling normal again and have my benefits back.
      Please, please help, I'm desperate.
      1. Rengaw
        Rengaw
        WDa usually have a different effect on me.
        The best thing is to grind your way through the weeks. Make sure to wake up properly to start your day well by doing light exercises/reading and of course cold showers.

        Finalise your day by self-care, cleaning your environment a bit and preparing yourself for the next day.
        This is a routine I've been using for a long time and it worked well for me.
        May 29, 2017
    4. Rengaw
      Rengaw
      Doing just fine!
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