1. Don’t be ashamed of your addiction.
It’s okay to feel like you need something to take the edge off, or that you can’t function without it. And maybe you’re right! Maybe you really can’t. But if that’s the case, then let’s talk about it—and let me help you find a solution that doesn’t involve self-medicating.
2. Be honest with yourself and with others about your addiction.
When we’re addicted to something, it can be really hard to admit it. It seems like admitting that you’re addicted means that you’ve failed, or that you’re weak, or that you let yourself down—and that’s not true at all!
You’re human, and humans make mistakes. Sometimes we let ourselves get caught up in things that aren’t good for us, and sometimes those things are addictive. But that doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you! You just have a problem with [addiction], and now it’s time to do something about it.
And the first step towards recovery is admitting that there is a problem in the first place.
3. Get help from a professional if you need it—you’re not alone!
You’re not alone.
If you’re feeling lost and confused, you’re in good company. The first step is to ask for help. Whether it’s your friend who just got back from a meditation retreat, or your mom who’s been meditating since she was 14, there are people out there who can help you find what works for you (and what doesn’t).
And if they don’t know? There are professional counselors who do! It’s not uncommon for people to seek out meditation guidance from a professional counselor because of the mental health benefits that come with it.
4. Replace the negative thoughts in your head with positive ones (and vice versa).
It’s not always easy to replace negative thoughts with positive ones, but it’s important to remember that you’re not stuck in your head. You have the ability to change your thinking. It might take some time, but it can be done!
Here are some tips for replacing negative thoughts with positive ones:
* Start by identifying the negative thought. When you notice yourself feeling stressed, frustrated, or angry—or any other negative emotion—what are you thinking about? What is going through your mind? Write down what comes up for you.
* Now identify a positive thought that could replace the negative one. What do you wish were true instead of how things currently are? Write down what comes up for you.
* Now that you’ve identified both your negative and positive thoughts, let’s put them side-by-side so we can see what they look like when expressed in writing: “I hate my job” vs “I love working hard.”
Which one feels more true right now? The answer is probably “I love working hard.” In this case, we’d say that replacing the negative thought of hating your job with the positive thought of loving working hard would benefit both your mental health
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5. Stop comparing yourself to other people, especially those whose lives seem better than yours (because it’s probably not true!).
Stop comparing yourself to other people, especially those whose lives seem better than yours (because it’s probably not true!).
The truth is, we all have our own struggles and challenges, and we all experience them in different ways. Some people might seem like they have it all together on the outside—they’re happy, successful, and popular.
But what happens when you take a closer look? You might find that they’re actually just as nervous about meeting new people as you are, or they have a hard time making decisions. Everyone has their own unique set of challenges—and while they may seem tough at times, they can be overcome
6. Recognize that you have a problem, and that it’s okay to ask for help when you need it!
You know what? It’s okay to admit that you’re struggling with something. In fact, we want to encourage you to do so! We hope that by recognizing your struggle, you’ll be able to seek help and get back on track more quickly. Don’t feel bad about it—it happens! And if you’re not sure what’s going on with your life or how to fix it, don’t worry: we’re here for you.
7. Find healthy ways to deal with stress, anxiety, and anger when they come up—beating yourself up over them isn’t going to make anything better!
You know what? I’m a pretty tough cookie—I’ve been through some tough stuff in my life, and I’ve always found ways to deal with it. The best thing I learned is… don’t beat yourself up over your feelings.
It’s normal to feel stressed, anxious, or angry sometimes—it’s part of being human! But what isn’t normal is letting those feelings take over your life and make you feel like you have no control over them. You do have control over these feelings, and they’ll only get better if you let them go.
So here are some tips for dealing with stress, anxiety, or anger as they come up:
* Take a deep breath and count to ten before reacting
* Get some fresh air outside by going for a walk or run
* Take time for yourself (go for a bath or read a book)
8. Make sure that any time spent online is time spent doing something productive or fun (not just bored scrolling through social media).
It’s easy to get sucked into social media, but it can be hard to remember what you’re doing there. Are you scrolling through your feed because you’re bored? Or are you looking for inspiration? Are you hoping to find something to do tonight, or do you just want to see what people are up to?
If it’s the latter, then social media might not be a good use of your time. If it’s the former… well, there are better ways of getting that kind of entertainment. Here are some recommendations:
-Read a book or magazine
-Watch a movie
-Play a game or do a puzzle
-Take up an instrument (or learn how to play one if you already have one)
9. Take some time each day to focus on yourself: meditate, exercise, read an interesting book—whatever helps keep your mind off of porn!
Just because you’re trying to quit doesn’t mean you can’t take care of yourself.
In fact, taking time each day to focus on your own well-being is just as important as the steps you’re taking to get off porn. If you don’t take care of yourself and make sure you’re doing things that make you feel good, then it’s going to be hard for your brain to fully focus on quitting.
So don’t forget: even though it might seem like there’s not enough time in the day, if you make a point of taking some time each day to do something nice for yourself—whether it’s meditating, exercising, reading an interesting book—you’ll be more likely to successfully break free from porn addiction!
10. If possible, set up a filter on your computer so you can’t access pornography while at home or work (it’s easy!).
If possible, set up a filter on your computer so you can’t access pornography while at home or work (it’s easy!).
If you’re using a laptop, install an internet filtering software like K9 Web Protection. This is a free service that blocks pornographic websites and other inappropriate content that could be harmful to children.
If you’re using a desktop computer at home, follow these steps:
1) Open up the Control Panel and go to “User Accounts” (Windows 8/10) or “User Accounts and Family Safety” (Windows 7).
2) Click on the User Accounts link, which will bring up the User Account Manager window.
3) Select “Create a new account” from the left-hand side of the window.
4) You’ll now see an option for creating a new account for yourself or someone else, depending on whether or not you already have an existing account on your computer system. Select one of these options and click Next to continue with this step in setting up your new account.
5) Fill out all necessary information about yourself (including name, email address, etc.) so that when someone else uses this
11-whatever you want to do stay consistent
If you want to be successful, you have to stay consistent.
The best way to get results is to keep doing the same thing over and over again. This can be hard because we all have different things going on in our lives. We have jobs, families and other responsibilities that come up from time to time.
But if you want to be successful with your goals and dreams, then you need to make sure that these things don’t get in the way of what it is that you’re trying to accomplish. If they do then you need to find a way around them so that nothing stops you from achieving what it is that you want out of life!