Daimon's Thinking

Discussion in 'Ages 20-24' started by Daimon, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Lifeisbeautiful

    Lifeisbeautiful Active Member

    Hey man. I can relate to you as I have been through similar journey. At the time I started on this website (in 2012 too), I thought I can overcome it in a year or two. That I would still struggle with it after 9 long years was never in my mind. This addiction has taken so much out of our life experience. Anyway, we should not lose hope and work harder towards finally overcoming it. Wish you the best bro!
     
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  2. Daimon

    Daimon Member

    Thank you, brother. Though painful, we're still in this fight. Keep fighting and prevail.
     
  3. Daimon

    Daimon Member

    Quite true. Feels like I have deep invisible wounds from this entire experience...I empathize with your feeling as though you missed something or someone important...that can be understood in many different ways (such as...being blinded to others who may have been placed in your life to help you due to your own stubbornness, or feeling as though you're missing out on an important lesson).
     
  4. Daimon

    Daimon Member

    Thanks bro, wishing you the best as well! I remember reading and participating in your journal years ago. I actually have a rather vivid memory related to your journal as well: It was during one of my stints in community college circa 2012 or 2013 and I was in the library. I turned on my laptop, saw you had posted something and responded to it (I know it's not a long memory or anything like that...but it is what it is).
     
  5. Daimon

    Daimon Member

    I think I'm going to sign up for therapy soon.
     
  6. Krebs

    Krebs Active Member

    I have a reason to believe that such decision can be helpful. Our addictions is clearly way bigger than mere PMO. I hope therapy will become an asset for you, not a liability. Good luck.
     
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  7. Daimon

    Daimon Member

    Reacquainted myself with this girl I met back in AIT recently. She just moved to my duty station and I happened to see her while I was out and about driving. From talking to her I've realized that I have a somewhat stifled sense of expression when it comes to vocalizing my emotions. She's a cool girl, though. We talked on the phone today for almost 4 hours.
     

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