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Discussion in 'Ages 25-29' started by Aussie, Jan 16, 2014.

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  1. tsmith1302

    tsmith1302 Active Member

    So for the last two years you've been telling us that your porn withdrawal symptons are worse than drugs, alcohol, and pretty much anything imaginable -- and now caffeine comes along and makes it looks like child's play. Lol.

    It's probably a combination of things. Caffeine, adrenal fatigue, excessive masturbation, general lethargy, and you just feel like shit. It's OK man. This shit happens. You were broken and now you're healing. Just try to push yourself through the pain. That's all we ask. Make an effort. Meditate. Go for a walk. Apply for a job. Do something.

    I guarantee you laying in bed, browsing the internet, and telling the world how shitty you feel won't make you feel any better. Applying for a job might not either, but at least it's a baby step towards a better future. That's all you need to do right now. It's not easy, but it's simple.

    EDIT: Just noticed you quit the forum again. What the hell man.
     
  2. TheUnderdog

    TheUnderdog Active Member Staff Member

    It's a plot to justify porn binging.

    "It's not the porn that's making me feel like shit, it's the caffeine, so I'm going to go ahead and watch porn all day to feel good."

    He resetted the counter like 5 times yesterday.

    He's binging right now, that's why he deleted his account.
     
  3. tsmith1302

    tsmith1302 Active Member

    Jesus. I don't get it.

    The blatantly obvious thing for him to do here is reduce the length and frequency of his sessions.

    He's binging right now when all it takes is a little effort, and instead of that third, fourth or fifth orgasm he could be cleaning his room, applying for a job, lifting weights or do anything else that's mildly productive.

    We're not telling him to go out and conquer the world. Just to be logical and not indulge like a maniac. But instead he goes back for another hit.

    Cue Aussie coming back and telling us how he's hit rock bottom and this time it's different in 5,4,3,2,1...
     
  4. TheUnderdog

    TheUnderdog Active Member Staff Member

    He's obsessed about rebooting.

    It's his new addiction.

    And he has become incredibly predictable. He will come in a few days with a new account, tell us "You guys are all right" while ignoring all of our advice, and then prepare for a new attempt saying stuff like "I must quit porn now" and "I have to put more effort".

    If he said "I don't care about this anymore, I will focus on making little steps towards improving my life and just let the rest be" then he would AT LEAST be trying something different.

    His whole mood and attitude depends on his counter.

    It is sickening.

    What if he makes it to 25 days and then relapse?

    He's going to feel even worse and binge even harder!

    The biggest problem is not porn, it's his self destroying mindset.

    In fact, you know what?

    I give up.

    Why am I still trying to give him advice if he hasn't followed it for 2 years?

    I am just as stubborn as he is.

    I'm locking this thread.

    If you want a new one, go ahead and make it when you come back. This way I'm no longer subscribed.

    I care about you Aussie, but I don't think I can help you anymore.

    My final advice is to get some help in a zen center. Look for zen masters in your city. They can give you real life compassion and help.
     
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