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Hello there!
So I am a MD , I am a college student and I suffer from MD, no time to do ANYTHINH, no time to excercise to get a flat stomach, no time to take care of my skin, no time to improve my English, no time to study well for my exams, not time to socilize with people.
All this time I was daydreaming, and made absouloutly no step towards my dreams.
This is bad.
But it is not the end.
I have been trying the 21 day challenge and I relapsed twice, I will do it again soon, and I will win eventually, I will get rid of this habit, cause I am a very very strong person.
It can be very uncomfortable to leave my comfort zone, but I will do it again and again till I get rid of it.
Meditation helps a lot, writing down things I did during the day helps connecting me to reality more.
I know how my life would be AMAZING when I stop daydreaming, I have tried it before during my 21 day challenge.
It felt like heaven.
I encourage you reader to set a date and do the 21 day challenge, it is scientifically proven.
And remember you are very very strong person, and you will do it, you will win!

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You are right during last summer when I challenged my self not to daydream I felt more at peace with my self then I have ever felt. I relapsed during the school year because of the stress.

Thanks a lot for expressing your experience and your feelings, I didn't know about the 21 day challenge before, I am recently registered in Wild Minds Network.

I am a MD for 10 years ago since I was 17 years old, it was wasting all my time during studying and exams and now it is wasting my time after work doing nothing, I always need to know proven scientific methods to how to stop it but all the times i didn't find it.

I am so excited that there are some people trying to stop it as well without medications, I thought it is impossible, but now I knew about the 21 day challenge and I will give it a try.

Hey John, thanks for your kind words, and yes give it a try but please do not get disappointed if you relapsed, instead investigate the reasons behind your relapse and create solutions so you will not relapse again.

Best regards



John said:

Thanks a lot for expressing your experience and your feelings, I didn't know about the 21 day challenge before, I am recently registered in Wild Minds Network.

I am a MD for 10 years ago since I was 17 years old, it was wasting all my time during studying and exams and now it is wasting my time after work doing nothing, I always need to know proven scientific methods to how to stop it but all the times i didn't find it.

I am so excited that there are some people trying to stop it as well without medications, I thought it is impossible, but now I knew about the 21 day challenge and I will give it a try.

Hey Luis, it is good to hear this from someone else, thanks for sharing this. actually I relapsed twice but I keep going. The best thing you can do is to identify why you relapsed and create solutions to not relapse again.

thank you

Tichique Luis said:

You are right during last summer when I challenged my self not to daydream I felt more at peace with my self then I have ever felt. I relapsed during the school year because of the stress.

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