I think one of the most detrimental approaches to rebooting is something that all of us are guilty of at some point or another:
And I say detrimental, because it puts us out of proactive control and into reactive victimhood. Rebooting is something where not being in control will cost you dearly.
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A winning game plan is something vital missing from most people’s reboots.
What steps will you take when an urge hits you? How do you keep a relapse from turning into a binge? Which situations must you avoid like the plague itself?
Most people just stumble their way through their reboots in a gray haze, unknowing and unseeing. So how does one create a solid play book for the 90 days?
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This is a video where RSD Max and his friend Mario Tomic discuss their 2 year Nofap experiences.
Max is an executive coach for Real Social Dynamics, the biggest platform for dating and self-development. Mario is a training, nutrition and self-improvement coach at Shocking Fit.
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This is another common mistaken belief in the porn addiction community and a very frustrating one at that.
Hard hustling rebooters are binging good progress away for nothing just because the lack one critical piece of knowledge
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This post will most likely anger a lot of people in the rebooting community. However, it’s about something that I see as a widely spread problem. It’s even putting people off from hearing our message or taking it seriously.
Worse than that what, it goes against all the science behind porn addiction. Many rebooters are going at this all wrong, and their recovery is suffering for it.
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There are two emergency plans every rebooter needs to know and apply succeed. The key word being apply.
They are based on the fact that willpower cannot be counted on, and taking extreme actions is always better than going back to zero.
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There are multiple ways of keeping track of your recovery process, each with their own merits and disadvantages.
It can be difficult to find the best fit for you and your situation. Let’s take a closer look at each method so you can get the most out of them.
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Most people have heard of the famous five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
A form of these appear in the recovery process, which I have coined to be the Five Stages of Recovery.
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