Started trying NoFap in October. Failed over and over and over. Finally got my shit together and am now hauling-ass to a better version of myself. Will NoFap change your life? Yes. Will NoFap revolutionize your life? It might, that’s up to you. Here are my thoughts:
So I had been trying to quit fapping for years on my own, but I never had much real success until I found this place. At my worst, I would fap roughly three times a day (on occasion as much as five or six).
It's so bizarre how people get swept up into things and don't realize what's going on until it's over. I didn't know I was a porn addict until I wasn't one anymore. I think that's true for a lot of people like us.
I finished my 90 Nofap challenge and it was easier than I expected luckily. I've read countless 90-day reports to keep me going throughout and so I feel it is my duty to create a reddit account just to post this. Hopefully it helps you guys out and gets you through some tough times like it did me.
Before NoFap I was a porn addicted sixteen year old teenager with literally zero chance of getting a girl. I tried NoFap, got a lot more confident in my social life and even met an awesome girl who is really into me.
I am 400 days porn free and feel better than I ever have before. I used to have stone-cold PIED, and it is markedly improved. I've ditched so much dead weight by not letting myself watch porn all the time and I can now enjoy the things that I am supposed to be able to.
I'd never reached orgasm before with a girl which I thought was weird but took me a long long time to be curious and Google it. I would also suffer from not being able to get or sustain an erection about 50% of the time.
This journey has been a roller coaster. There have been ups, and downs. I will start by saying that the first two week of no fap are quite frankly the hardest obstacle to hurdle. I did my first 30 days on hard mode, and met a girl shortly after.
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