Personally, I think you should quit for 1 week, then come back to lucid dreaming with a renewed effort. Right now, your efforts aren’t working, and sounds as if you’re getting desperate. The mind blocks are huge, and you should simply go do something else for awhile. You’d probably have a lucid dream within the time you’ve given up, counter-intuitively.
Buy EWLD, btw. It would help you alot. It describes all of the techniques especially well. MILD is the most consistent by far , the most simple, and yet its extremely difficult to find a decent explanation of it. Its one of those things where everyone says that its simple, and yet it takes 3 months to figure out on your own.
If you’re still determined to lucid dream without a break, I would suggest that you do the simplest, most basic technique there is. WBTB+MILD. If you do it right, its guaranteed to work.
I’ll just do a simple run-through of MILD here, then. Just in case, cause I know how stubborn young minds can be
A MILD statement is something like “The next time I am dreaming, I will realize that I am dreaming”. You can alter it so you “wake up” in your dreams for specific time. See the excellent article by Bendrummin for something more in depth for that.
Repeat your “MILD statement” 5-15 times. After that, picture yourself inside of recent dreams, only this time you realize that you’re dreaming. Look at your hands, say in the dream, “I’m dreaming”. Do this with as many dreams as you can remember, and just fall asleep. Of course, this works best with WBTB, but sometimes, it isn’t conveniant. Good luck