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One of our members ("misgaber") sent us an e-mail recently as follows:

Seeing the chart on your site, it just popped in my mind that it would be a good idea to make a progress chart on your website (that people should be able to download) to fill out every day their progress, and to give themselves a push forward and see how good they are...


So in honor of the chart's Half-a-Year birthday (Malchus Shebi'Yesod 5769) we decided to take "misgaber's" advice!


Download the new 90-Day chart over here
(Right click and choose "Save Target/Link As")

 If you want to hang up the chart at work or in your house without anyone having any idea of what it might be, download 
the following chart, which is simpler and does not contain anything besides for the chart. (Right click the link and choose "Save Target/Link As")


Even if you are already in middle of your 90 day journey, download the chart today to help you keep track of where you are holding!

See Tool #8 of the GuardYourEyes Handbook for more on the amazing 90 day phenomenon, and why it works - based on scientific studies!


Testimonials on the 90 days


Our dear member "Jack" - who was addicted for 38 years before he found our website - recently wrote to me as follows:

It's been 8 1/2 months clean with only one slip, and I can genuinely say that the desire for that junk is fading. It took me a 90 day period of absolutely terrifying rides on the roller coaster [see Jack's 90 day time-line here], but once the rides came to a stop, the junk was gone. And as more and more time goes on, that junk gets further in the past, and fades. However, we must still be careful and we can't let our GUARD down, because the addiction is still there, like a spark in our subconscious that can be ignited anytime. So no smoking around an addict, because the fumes may ignite that dormant spark. "Once an addict, always an addict", (it's in the neuron-pathways; in our psyche). ONWARD!!!


Our dear member "Ano" (a Bochur) discusses the "90 Day" phenomenon with someone on the forum after being clean for a half a year:

The "90 days" is a leap of faith. It really does get SO much easier. I'm 20 years old now. I'd never gone a whole week clean since age 12. I went pretty much cold turkey with the help of GUE and a Rebbi at my yeshiva. The 90 days helps give you something to look forward to, and that already makes is so much easier. Once you get there, it is much easier because you are in the habit of NOT acting out. However, by the time you reach 90 days (it took me a while, but I got there) you should not be allowing lust to take hold of you at all. If you are at 90 days "clean" but you are constantly clicking links which you are driven to by lust, you will not be able to hold out. All the filters in the world won't help if you aren't sincere. The lust is a poison, and once you have 90 days without it, it is much easier to see that. And with the clear realization that it is pure POISON, how COULD you click on it? That is how I see it.