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SupaDork, have you dropped the video games, COMPLETELY?
You won't ever make the moves you need to make, without completely quitting the video games. I know you read a lot of my posts so you probably know I was heavily addicted to video games as well. You have to quit it, for good.
Only then can you start working towards respecting yourself.
The whole time I played I was self-aware that I was feeding an addiction, and I hated myself for it. No pity, just hate.
Zero self-respect, so zero self-confidence.
Good point king. On personal power or something TR said that making a to do list is not the way to time management, forget about the todo list just focus on cutting out the time wasting activities (video games, tv... etc).. for instance if you're out to get laid then no slackin by going to the bathroom to check your hair or whatever
Video games haven't been a part of my life at all for about 5 years now. Taking ecstasy and ketamine together, both a first time experience was probably the event that finally changed my brain in a way that I can no longer feel any excitement from video games. Around 16 to 19 I'd go on straight 24 hour online first person shooter 'benders'. Holy shit, all that time spent not just practicing and playing, but reading game news, game discussions with other dorks on forums and in real life, thinking about video games while I was away from the computer, the only thing I got out of it was that I can move a mouse very quickly and accurately. That's it!
1. internet addiction, I just now finished spending several hours reading linked wikipedia articles on topics of zero use and minimal interest to me. It sneaks up on me! I know how to beat this: keep an internet todo list. before opening firefox, check the list, the complete it as quickly as possible. if there are other links to follow, i can add it to the internet todo list for the next time.
2. porn addiction, this doesn't worry me as much since I've recovered twice already, I know what to do and what to expect
I will be a best selling author. I'm in the middle of writing a book, i guess an autobiography in a sense, but it will serve as a major tool for people with life threatening illnesses (mainly cystic fibrosis) that the fight is never over until you completely give in & quit. The book is recalling some of the most traumatic events i've had to deal with, a culmination of over 200 hospital admissions, surgeries, medical malpractice, & how I kept it together in times of disaster. I found the inspiration to write because so many people with CF basically dig their own grave by the negativity they harbor, & hide every single one of their emotions about the situations they face...I'm the complete opposite, I hide literally nothing & I feel like sharing the dark side of this illness may make people more aware of the things some of us go through.
I'd also like to consider motivational speaking, many people that i've shared my story with & talked to/given advice have been really egging me on to pursue that outlet. I think I am able to inspire people through my pain, & thats why i'd never change it. I believe its in my heart to help people who have all but given up on themselves.
"Maybe it ain't you, just something that I lack myself & if these wounds are self inflicted, i can patch myself" - Joe Budden
I want to be an entrepreneur. Now a load of people use that word nowadays to excuse themselves for being an unemployed bum but that's not what I mean. I want to have multiple successful business (i.e. all making 2k+ profit a month).
Other goals to achieve by age 27:
5'6" 165lbs 10% BF
travelled to a lot of countries
fucked 25 girls
And most importantly, a plethora of wild stories to tell from my 20's - it's the journey as well as the destination.
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I didn't think the "Get Hung" guide would have girls eyeing my bulge. It did.
I didn't think that your exercise and diet advice would have girls checking me out. It did.
I DEFINITELY didn't think that your hair-loss prevention would fix my hairline. Not in a billion years. It mother fucking did. You saved me a crazy amount of time, a ton of money, unnecessary pain, and destroyed my #1 source of anxiety. DESTROYED IT.
Kratom is next!
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