Thursday, April 6, 2017

My Sexual Triggers


On another page in your journal, wri te your triggers . Triggers are people, places, events or routines that spark the craving for PMO. Do you get the urge when you are lonely, or just alone, or maybe every day at a certain time? One young man told me that his trigger was visiting the ho use he'd grown up in -- because that was where he'd first masturbated and that's where he "learned" the porn and masturbation connection. The triggers will be unique for each individual, and building this self - awareness will help you conquer the habit. Write your triggers down, taking as much time and space as you need.

You can always return to this section of the journal as you learn of more triggers over the next 30 days. Learn more at http://www.crepemyrtlephotos.com/g-spot-secrets/ and http://www.qrstuv.net/your-best-g-spot-experience/ 

A Sample Day's

Journal Entry Here's an example of what a daily journal entry should look like. It includes three main components: 1) a self - commitment to not using porn, 2) a plan for what you will do when the urge to use pornography strikes, and 3) a thought log that will help you track your mood, outlook, & events. My Comm itment to Myself Today: Today, I will practice soccer dribbling for 15 minutes whenever I feel the urge to use porn or masturbate. I know the urge will pass, and I also know I'm not the person who uses porn anymore. Thought Log 10:15pm: Pretty tough day . Had pretty strong urges in class because of M. Thought of a few sites I'd like to hit and videos I'd like to see again, but grabbed my soccer ball as soon as I got home and dribbled for almost 30 minutes. Felt refreshed and had no urges afterwards. Got t o work on assignments and am about to go to bed. Victory. . . for now. Your journal will look different, of course, but it's really important that you do your best to be diligent, every day. Okay, let's get started. Learn about having sex with someone you like.

Journal Exercise #1 Why I Am Doing This?

Let's get started with our first journal exercise. Take a moment to write down your motivations for trying to free yourself from this habit.

Believe it or not, if enough time passes in sobriety from PMO, it is all too easy to forget the pain, disarray, and chaos in our lives that can result from this habit. If you writ e it down before you begin -- as thoroughly and vividly as possible -- you can look back on it and remember how dark a place you came from, and how important it is that you avoid the temptation to re - enter that place. Take five minutes now and write it a ll down. Use as much space as you need.


Day Zero Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better. Samuel Beckett Day Zero is the day you decide to beat this habit and reclaim your sex life. Here's all I ask: every day, open this book, read the lesson, and do the work in your journal. That's the only way to ensure you get maximum benefit from this book. If you're reading this at night – watch the TEDx talk by Gary Wilson "The Great Porn Experiment" - then turn off the computer and go to sleep. If you're reading this during the day – watch the TEDx talk by Gary Wilson "The Great Porn Experiment" - then turn off the computer and carpe diem. Until tomorrow.

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