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  1. Welcome to the forums Andrew. No we might not be able to change how we spent our time in the past but with discipline there is no telling how we will spend our future - we're glad you are here! This is a formal Newcomer welcome link with some information for you. Best Wishes, Neil
  2. Welcome to the forums Michael I definitely relate to your story - keep chasing those dreams while you have the opportunity we are much more able without the games! Here is a formal Newcomer welcome link with some information for you. Best Wishes, Neil
  3. Welcome to the forums Erdall - we're glad you found your way here! This is a formal Newcomer welcome link with some information for you Really, best of luck deciding what you intend to do with your future after the detox, it could be anything! Neil
  4. Welcome to the forums TTT - we're glad you found your way here! Here is a formal Newcomer welcome link Everyone has the potential to make this life your own. Again, welcome!! Neil
  5. I would first like to say I am happy if any Gamequitter member decides to share, or take & use the information here! For your reference to help along the way here is .. A welcoming statement In preparation for a 90 day detox and beyond .. First move the consoles & games out of sight so it stays out of mind .. This includes uninstalling them from the computer & devices! .. Once it is done you can move on from there & a lot easier I might add. Getting rid of the games for good enabled me to finish the detox strong, consider that. After that you need to teach yourself how else to spend that free time! Make sure you are eating healthy, getting daily exercise, & proper sleep .. NUTRITION - big minefield of controversy I personally am behind a plant-based diet .. This upcoming documentary backed by Producers Arnold Schwarzenegger & Jackie Chan .. Check it out ✌️ I won't respond in forum to this topic but you are welcome to message me .. Find some hobbies to replace the time gained ..https://gamequitters.com/hobby-tool/ Start some kind of journal with pen & paper, online here, or both! .. https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/topic/3160-guidelines-templates https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/forum/11-daily-journals/ Do consider checking out the Respawn program offered here as well .. For what little cost think about that return on investment! .. Cross-examine other areas in your life you find consuming your time .. Excessive consumption is what leads to the time crippling addictions .. Replace such excessive consumerism by using your free time to create. Our one life, the time that we have is meant for so much more than feeding addictions .. You might not identify as an addict and that is fine .. If you are here for any reason to quit video games that is still a benefit to you❗ Thank you for signing up and joining our united cause to make the most of our time -- Give this your best and I am sure you will do well Welcome to the forums!! Neil, Ex-Gamer Addict, Gamequitters Member Direct Message Me, Discord Support Chat Article: How To Quit Playing Video Games Article: Four Reasons We Played Video Games Article: Alternative Activities By Game Genre Article: Why You Should Detox Find a Video Game Addiction Therapist Download A Gamequitters Podcast Read A Gamequitters Blog 👓
  6. A welcoming statement First move the consoles & games out of sight so it stays out of mind .. This includes uninstalling them from the computer & devices! .. Once it is done you can move on from there & a lot easier I might add. After that you need to teach yourself how else to spend that free time! Make sure you are eating healthy, getting daily exercise, & proper sleep .. Then for starters find some hobbies to replace the time gained ..https://gamequitters.com/hobby-tool/ Start some kind of journal with pen & paper, online here, or both! .. https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/topic/3160-guidelines-templates https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/forum/11-daily-journals/ Cross-examine other areas in your life you find consuming your time .. Excessive consumption is what leads to the time crippling addictions .. Replace such excessive consumerism by using your free time to create. Our one life, the time that we have is meant for so much more than feeding addictions. Thank you for your interest to quit video games .. Perhaps such bold action will inspire others to great deeds as well =) Welcome to the forums!! Neil, Ex-Gamer Addict, Gamequitters Member Profile, Direct Message, Emergency Support Chat
  7. Welcome, Andrew. It is really great you come to understand the addictions for what they are and have a desire to change - you've got this!
  8. A welcoming statement Start some kind of journal with pen & paper, online here, or both! .. https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/topic/3160-guidelines-templates https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/forum/11-daily-journals/ Cross-examine other areas in your life you find consuming your time .. Excessive consumption is what leads to the time crippling addictions .. Replace such excessive consumerism by using your free time to create. Our one life, the time that we have is meant for so much more than feeding addictions. Thank you for your interest to quit video games .. Perhaps such bold action will inspire others to great deeds as well =) Welcome to the forums!! Neil, Ex-Gamer Addict, Gamequitters Member Profile, Direct Message, Emergency Support
  9. A welcoming statement First move the consoles & games out of sight so it stays out of mind .. This includes uninstalling them from the computer & devices! .. Once it is done you can move on from there & a lot easier I might add. After that you need to teach yourself how else to spend that free time! Make sure you are eating healthy, getting daily exercise, & proper sleep .. Then for starters find some hobbies to replace the time gained ..https://gamequitters.com/hobby-tool/ Start some kind of journal with pen & paper, online here, or both! .. https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/topic/3160-guidelines-templates https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/forum/11-daily-journals/ Cross-examine other areas in your life you find consuming your time .. Excessive consumption is what leads to the time crippling addictions .. Replace such excessive consumerism by using your free time to create. Our one life, the time that we have is meant for so much more than feeding addictions. Thank you for your interest to quit video games .. Perhaps such bold action will inspire others to great deeds as well =) Welcome to the forums!! Neil, Ex-Gamer Addict, Gamequitters Member Profile, Direct Message, Emergency Support
  10. I certainly relate to the fight with a life-long gaming addiction and it does not serve our interests for us to thrive .. occupying our time where so much more could have been, what can be .. Congratulations on your decision to put the controller down, we are glad you have!! A welcoming statement First move the consoles & games out of sight so it stays out of mind .. This includes uninstalling them from the computer & devices! .. Once it is done you can move on from there & a lot easier I might add. After that you need to teach yourself how else to spend that free time! Make sure you are eating healthy, getting daily exercise, & proper sleep .. Then for starters find some hobbies to replace the time gained ..https://gamequitters.com/hobby-tool/ Start some kind of journal with pen & paper, online here, or both! .. https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/topic/3160-guidelines-templates https://forum.gamequitters.com/index.php?/forum/11-daily-journals/ Cross-examine other areas in your life you find consuming your time .. Excessive consumption is what leads to the time crippling addictions .. Replace such excessive consumerism by using your free time to create. Our one life, the time that we have is meant for so much more than feeding addictions. Thank you for your interest to quit video games .. Perhaps such bold action will inspire others to great deeds as well =) Welcome to the forums!! Neil, Ex-Gamer Addict, Gamequitters Member Profile, Direct Message, Emergency Support
  11. @BooksandTrees Good going happy to hear - good to get settled in! Yeah the video streaming is huge for me as there becomes so much available content I want to review & digest, taming my time online and on the computer are some of the biggest immediate challenges I am beginning to tackle. It is easy to become enmeshed with the endless digital sea of content but that is totally wrong. I wanted to delete the Chrome browser the other day for all the bookmarks I have that help me "stay productive" online but that's really the problem for me because it keeps me "staying" at my computer, like a brain addicted zombie. I am taking this moment right now to write down my top websites (such as forum.gamequitters.com !!) so I maintain some semblance of priority for my business online. I will delete all of my bookmarks and limit Chrome's number of browser tabs to one with Xtab extension. While I could use a browser without tabbed interface I still use Chrome extensions to block Adult websites to help maintain sobriety with my pornography addiction. For now I will be happy to delete the bookmarks and remove the bookmark bar completely. While I have no important business throughout the week I can unplug the Wifi, I am totally going for it!
  12. @NannerZ Np. Making the move away from video games is also reducing how much we numb our thoughts, feelings, and living life in general so I do think that is natural to have a difficult time discovering what is truly bringing you happiness. I cannot say I am yet completely free from addressing my long rooted codependency issues but I can say without a doubt I have come a long way these last 6 years. My own journey away from codependency began first before counseling, before I knew what it was to be codependent - circumstance I had created made me unwelcome in the company of a long time friend. TLDR separation & detachment was what helped me the most to break away. Melody Beattie's Codependent No More book has a section on detachment among other basics of self-care when it comes to Codependency -- highly recommend if you see it at the library or decide to pick up the book, just check it out. There was this friend I had for a long time, he maintained a large social circle that he kept me in - none of that changed the fact that I continued to meet those awesome people only because of my connection with this friend I had maintained for more than 20 years .. definitely a sense of dependency that was hard to shake. Spending all the time I did with him and his circle of friends did not make me any more of a social animal, in fact it made me all the more dependent on him for guidance & direction. I was living my life constantly under his shadow as since we were children. Once I had got old enough to buy alcohol while he was not, I was the one he would use to get alcohol - I was not bitter because this was my first experience with alcohol. Once we both were of age, I was the one he would use to drive home from the bars - I was not bitter because he would get so drunk I knew if I did not stay somewhat sober there would be no way home. When I would meet more girls, he would waste no time to get to know them more before me - I would not be bitter about this because of all the people he had introduced me to though never actually did that lead to anything much memorable or lasting. Towards the end of our friendship his circle of friends was still large but the company was more routine, less arbitrary because he was dating. Those friends of his would be more inclusive with me too, it was certainly out of pity because they always had their date partner while I did not - I was just there still trying to live under his wing. Well his girlfriend would do dumb things when she got drunk to flirt with me and eventually started to flirt more without the alcohol. Combined with that and the bitterness I had suppressed through the years had me doing dumb things to flirt with her when I was drunk, then sober. Then comes the group ostracism when she makes me out to be some kind of pervert though I did had a big porn addiction back then so not far off the mark tbh. So that became a bit of a forced separation from a lot of people I had all over time become dependent upon for my happiness. I moved out, they moved away, my birthday came around and him & his crowd of friends happened to be at the same place. I just wanted to drown myself in beer & hookah smoke not tears. I was a wreck so I had to leave, I probably went to sleep in the back of my parked car at the casino parking garage. They had got all the more committed and married a few months later which I was painstakingly invited to participate in. From here stress from that and work was piling up then I get this outrageous price hike on my energy bill and the stress actually induced chest pain. I got myself checked out and doctor said no heart attack and is likely stress, "what's going on? A lot? Here is a referral to a mental health professional, go schedule an appointment." So I did and she helped a lot. First she assessed my self-esteem which was terrible (had been for a long time), then she began looking for the root cause of that, then she recommends I read Beatie's Codependent No More so we could later talk about that more, then she introduces me to 12 step programs I might find an interest in - she wanted me to pick one and go to meetings face to face or online and that's really where I started to find more and more motivation where I would understand my Codependent roots more thoroughly and find ways to unroot, to detach. Here and there I find one more rooted behavior I had overlooked in the past but once you see it, you can't unsee it, but you can work on it - on yourself that is not others, find alternative actions that will help make you a happier person, change it. That's my story there in a nutshell you might not relate to much of it but you might to some. Even so you are welcome to say as much & think your own thoughts - we are all different but we are either numbing the problems or trying to do our best with what we have. It has been years since I gave that full topic a look at and I feel better for it, thanks for hearing me out. Neil
  13. @NannerZ Letting circumstances of others determine your worth gives them inappropriate control and power. For reference, this comes from the same workbook mentioned above by Glenn, Chapter 4 - The Basics of Human Worth. Worth as a person is independent of externals. I found many years ago I myself was giving other people in my life that inappropriate control and power - most often it was the people closest to me. Over time this creates an enmeshed dependency on others called codependency, with the help of a psychologist I had identified myself as a codependent. You can call it psychological jargon but there is a lot of people you can find explaining it more while breaking free from its hold - notably 12 step program main texts/books/workbooks/forums/chat rooms of Al-Anon, CoDA, & ACoA as well as Melody Beattie's book Codependent No More and the Codependent No More Workbook. I took from these what I related to and left the rest and I honestly still do time to time to keep myself in check. You might not identify with all it all and that's okay we are all different with our own problems to overcome but someday your dark road might bring you back to here again so for that reason alone to me was enough to post this share. You have found some catalyst for change by quitting video games so don't despair - I think there may be hope for you yet =) Neil
  14. ##### MY DAILY SOBRIETY JOURNAL ############################################################# TODAY'S DATE: 24 JUN 2019 NO GAMING: #113 DAYS NO PORNOGRAPHY: #113 DAYS NO ALCOHOL: #174 DAYS NO NICOTINE: #174 DAYS ##### LAST NIGHT ########################################################################## Electronics off by Sundown? Yes! Meditation: Mindfulness, clearing the mind. Visualization: ✖️ Asleep by Bedtime? No, I had taken about an extra 2 hours reading & highlighting the chapter I finished in my book .. and I certainly believe throwing off my bedtime is why I tossed, turned, could not stay asleep. Hours of Sleep: ~7 Uninterrupted Sleep? That would have been great! No more stretching the bedtime to late hours quality sleep is one of the most important things I can do all day. ##### TODAY ############################################################################### Gratitude: I am grateful for all the freedom of time my sobriety has given me. The difference is night & day when you find worthy goals to accomplish. Projects: Thought Record worksheet, Self Esteem workbook, and 12 step program, print out resumes, apply for work - check unemployment office & staffing agency for resources. One amazing thing that happened/I did today: Managed to recover the drone that was stuck 50+ ft high in a tree limb for a week! Exercise Completed: A few brisk walks, a brisk jog, and one hour of calisthenics. Meditation: ✖️ Visualization: ✖️ Daily affirmation: Letting circumstances or others determine worth gives them inappropriate control and power. Reading: ✖️ Goals 1 Week From Now:Apply for 20 jobs, make some cash, put one thing up for sale that I do not need, update car inspection.Goals 1 Month From Now:Car cleaning & maintenance, get a job.Goals 3 Months From Now:Have college plans in motion, have a car cover, have a new computer chair. Habits Today: Lot of time spent on computer especially surfing Youtube videos .. it is time to tame this beast .. I will be setting imposed limitations and following them. If this is a problem to me I will be disconnecting the Internet for awhile. I believe I will limit these journal entries to once a week. How did your day go? Car inspection completed! Fasted breakfast, made two large meals, experimented with potatoes and seasoned veggies - delicious, experimenting with making raisin bread in the microwave - almost there! #############################################################################################
  15. That's great news Jordan get the games out of sight asap so they are out of mind! Would have been a better to live without abuse but it is what it is - life gives you abuse then you have to learn to draw the firm line to keep it away. DM me if you'd like to talk about that more I will chat ☺️ If planning to own a home in Florida do thorough research that place is sinkhole alley!
  16. I believe self-esteem work would be a benefit to you here particularly by reprogramming automatic thoughts like "I think everything I say to her sounds so stupid." For reference I actually just began working my own automatic thoughts last night in "The Self Esteem Workbook by Glenn R. Schiraldi, Ph.D." published by New Harbinger Publications. To break it down there are distorted, unreasonably negative automatic thoughts that fall into 13 categories as Glenn puts it. For example overgeneralizing with global statements "I think everything I say" is being unkind to yourself & is usually inaccurate to some degree. Avoid the labels, all or nothing thinking .. don't dwell on the negative. A simple exercise to reprogram such thoughts is to maintain a Thought Record to replace the negative automatic thoughts. While there is a Thought Record exercise in the book I referenced you can also find one here at this link that is quite similar. For example instead of thinking "I think everything I say to her sounds so stupid" you could write down something that gives you more of a break like "Sometimes I can say the darnedest things." I will quote the recommended alternative to overgeneralizing here below & leave it at that!
  17. Aside from deleting the gaming accounts if there are any consoles or physical discs unplug & remove them - out of sight, out of mind. Of course it is much fun to smash the things to pieces but time is required for that!! Oh!! Make sure boredom is not filling your free time here is the hobby tool =) https://gamequitters.com/hobby-tool/ Welcome to the forums Dylan definitely keep coming back to maintain a journal - that is intentional self-accountability and no doubt people will stop by to help keep you honest! If you have any questions I am happy to help. Neil
  18. First move the consoles & games out of sight so it stays out of mind - this includes uninstalling them from the computer & devices! Once it is done you can move on from there & a lot easier I might add. After that you need to teach yourself how else to spend that free time! Make sure you are eating healthy, getting daily exercise, & proper sleep then for starters find some hobbies =) https://gamequitters.com/hobby-tool/ Welcome to the forums alf1035 - just buckle down & give it your all you will not regret it!
  19. ##### MY DAILY SOBRIETY JOURNAL ############################################################# TODAY'S DATE: 23 JUN 2019 NO GAMING: #112 DAYS NO PORNOGRAPHY: #112 DAYS NO ALCOHOL: #173 DAYS NO NICOTINE: #173 DAYS ##### LAST NIGHT ########################################################################## Electronics off by Sundown? No, but close! Meditation: Mindfulness clearing the mind. Visualization: The Core Self (self esteem) Asleep by Bedtime? Close! Hours of Sleep: 9 hours Uninterrupted Sleep? Yes!! ##### TODAY ############################################################################### Gratitude: Grateful for the birds that follow & whistle back and forth with me as I run & cycle down my short, dead-end road :) Projects: Car inspection, Self Esteem workbook, and 12 step program, print out resumes, apply for work - check unemployment office & staffing agency for resources. One amazing thing that happened/I did today: Found my old facebook login information, logged in & deleted it!! Social media is not good for me I will spend hours clicking buttons mindlessly & checking my phone. This would have been deleted a long time ago but 4 years ago when looked to do that there was no delete, only deactivate - cutting the big social media ties are finally complete. Exercise Completed: Went running & cycling outside for 45 minutes - I have been neglecting that for awhile. Meditation: Focused - The Core Self, Core Worth, Performance, Strengths, Handicaps, Externals. These things are all independent functions with a worth of their own. Visualization: The Core Self (self esteem) Daily affirmation: You're as good as anyone, but you're no better than anyone, and don't forget it. Reading: The Self-Esteem Workbook by Glenn R. Schiraldi, Ph.D. - Chapter 4, The Basics of Human Worth Goals 1 Week From Now:Apply for 20 jobs, make some cash, put one thing up for sale that I do not need, update car inspection.Goals 1 Month From Now:Car cleaning & maintenance, get a job.Goals 3 Months From Now:Have college plans in motion, have a car cover, have a new computer chair. Habits Today: Lots of forum work today, time to crack down on limiting the computer time. How did your day go? Ate 3 meals, did forum work, exercised, & I will close the day by reading another chapter in the self esteem book. What went well today? The lentil stew turned out to be really tasty - it seems that diced sweet potato packed a lot of flavor into the broth! What could you have done to make your day better? Start preparing dinner earlier!! Start eating by 5!!!! What will you do differently tomorrow? I will be finishing the final tasks I wanted complete before applying for work .. I may even begin applying!! #############################################################################################
  20. Big day then plenty of sleep & best of luck! I will have to share some of the strategies with you soon that helped keep my mind out of the gutter when I began removing the porn.
  21. Congrats on 35 weeks of sobriety from video games Matt!! Glad you like the new apartment be sure & take time to fill that fridge with some healthy foods - produce, beans, & grains ftw!! I got to spend about 45 minutes cycling today around 95 degree F over 50% humidity =) Felt great it had been a few days since I got that much cardio in. My thoughts on relationships is if you feel your life is full of extra baggage you are likely to attract the same type of people - it is totally okay to take time for yourself and do relationships later, I just have this feeling that if you take that time to work on yourself even more you will find that even your simplest social encounters will improve because of that. Seeing your struggles with letting go of pornography I thought I would share a little bit of my fire behind maintaining sobriety across the board - TLDR So I can use that time to truly live my life, to be able to spend my time improving areas I need improved, to be able to go accomplish what I want to accomplish, all without that nagging sensation .. that craving .. that addiction .. to know I hanged my hat at the end of the day knowing I did the best I could do .. then there is that lingering air of mystery & excitement where I can't help but wonder what all the future will hold. I also use this truly free-time to put in the work with my 12 step recovery program where I am working to heal the wounds of my past, to take inventory, to understand & change course where I still find myself burdened with decades old shame, guilt, abandonment, isolation, traumatic stress, fears, low self-esteem, denial, confusion, victimization. Addictions demanding control of ones time makes it too difficult to stay the course, makes it is too easy to numb ourselves and let whatever problems exist just continue to be, and makes living your life from strength to give it your all impossible. Here in my 12 step program text I will quote an excerpt about the Doctor's Opinion on Stages of Recovery, maybe you will see something relevant that is a help to you :
  22. That's right just like riding a bike - fall off just get right back on :) I think you know what has to be done with those games you didn't get around to deleting .. If you have any digital video game licenses, I recommend removing their attachment to you permanently!
  23. ##### MY DAILY SOBRIETY JOURNAL ############################################################# TODAY'S DATE: 22 JUN 2019 NO GAMING: #111 DAYS NO PORNOGRAPHY: #111 DAYS NO ALCOHOL: #172 DAYS NO NICOTINE: #172 DAYS ##### LAST NIGHT ########################################################################## Electronics off by Sundown? No but within an hour after. Meditation: Mindfulness to clear the mind. Visualization: Finish getting car all shiny, clean! Asleep by Bedtime? No but within an hour after. Hours of Sleep: 8 hours. Uninterrupted Sleep? YES!! I certainly believe my body was fighting me going to sleep earlier - can't wait to see the quality of sleep I get today starting to eat dinner by 5pm =) ##### TODAY ############################################################################### Gratitude: I am grateful for the https://acoa.activeboard.com 12 step forums that continue to be a service to my Stage Two recovery work from growing up in a abusive dysfunctional family, now that I have pushed away my addictions I am able to prioritize Stage Two recovery - I am very thankful for this. Projects: Finish getting car all shiny, clean! One amazing thing that happened/I did today: I woke up before 7am for the first time in years as I recall. Exercise Completed: Spent an two hours fishing to get the $40 drone down from a tree, sweating at the great outdoor sauna. Drone is still stuck - more exercise for another day. Spent twenty minutes sweating profusely inside of car cleaning windows. Not the most strenuous of exercise yet honestly have done a lot of calisthenics & running recently without breaking much any a sweat, this was all nice for a change. Meditation: Focused: "Who Is My God" ~ the Strength I nurture within my veins. ~ the Law of Attraction as I discern the positive, the negative, and make my choice - my path. Visualization: Finish getting car all shiny, clean! Daily affirmation: Today, I give myself permission to succeed. Reading: The Self-Esteem Workbook by Glenn R. Schiraldi, Ph.D - Chapter 6, Acknowledge Reality: "Nevertheless!" Goals 1 Week From Now:Apply for 20 jobs, make some cash, put one thing up for sale that I do not need, update car inspection.Goals 1 Month From Now:Car cleaning & maintenance, get a job.Goals 3 Months From Now:Have college plans in motion, have a car cover, have a new computer chair. Habits Today: Lot of computer screen time getting started at another recovery forum. How did your day go? Woke up earlier than usual with fantastic night sleep it was really great! Ate breakfast, put in a lot of work between Gamequitter replies, 12 step forum work, and spotting help on StopGaming Discord. Ate lunch, worked on getting stuck drone out of tree - still stuck, ate dinner, cleaned car glass & mirrors inside / out - also bathroom mirror. What went well today? My sweat glands worked very well keeping the body cool :) Car glass & mirrors are immaculate no spot or smudge. Same with the bathroom mirror! What could you have done to make your day better? More exercise than sweating. What will you do differently tomorrow? Exercise well - planning for cardio & calisthenics. #############################################################################################
  24. My Sobriety Journal - Retaining Sobriety - Hello to all fellow Gamequitters, my name is Neil, and I am in my mid-thirties. I am from & currently live in Louisiana with my Mom & Dad who allowed me to move back in after I chose an honorable discharge from the US Air Force after 6 years of service. I did not have a problem making the promotion cycles and for that reason I believe I would have continued my Air Force career had I found sobriety and a little more confidence in myself before or even during active duty. To be clear I feel way more confident in myself now than before beginning sobriety, LEARN FROM THIS! ☺️ TRASH THOSE GAMES! Just because you don't feel addicted doesn't mean it won't develop into a life crippling dependency, it will. You can read my full personal introduction here that includes the events this last year leading up to my decision to quit video games for good. It would be great if my lifelong gaming addiction never was there to begin with but it was - and for that I am very grateful to be here to share a little bit of my sobriety as the days go by. I do not expect I will exclusively post with these template formats below but I find a bit of comfort in the structure they offer to help guide me. Comments to my journal entries are quite welcome let us simply be sure to follow the forum rules. This is just as much for maintaining my sobriety as it is to help & inspire the community as you have found your way here, enjoy!! My Daily Sobriety Journal Template is here .. My Gamequitter's "LTS" Journal Template is here .. Everyone is welcome to use ✌️ Respectfully, Neil, Ex-Gamer Addict, Gamequitters Member My Introduction, My Mission, Newcomer Help Goals, Affirmations, Habits, Gratitude, Web ReduxMy Nutritional Values no forum debates please direct message only!
  25. ##### MY DAILY SOBRIETY JOURNAL ############################################################# TODAY'S DATE: DD MMM YYYY NO GAMING: # DAYS NO PORNOGRAPHY: # DAYS NO ALCOHOL: # DAYS NO NICOTINE: # DAYS NEXT SOBRIETY MILESTONE: In bed by 9:30 today? Sleep Uninterrupted last night? One amazing thing I did today: Gratitude: What's new? What will you do tomorrow? #############################################################################################
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