I was studying yesterday when I noticed this girl staring at me from over her computer screen several times as I was walking around the library. Over the course of several hours and a couple trips to the water fountain to stretch my legs I realized that this girl was definitely into me.
After struggling with PEID for 3 years (17-20) I finally had enough. I broke down and confessed to my father that I could not get an erection with a girl. (I had never really talked to my dad about my sexual relationships with any of my girlfriends before so this was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do).
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Roughly two years ago, I discovered NoFap for the first time. I was extremely depressed and desperate for a way out. I was slightly chubby, eating tons of junk food, binging on porn, playing video games. That was it. I'd stay up super late and always sleep in. I was 23-years-old, jobless, without a car, living at home.
I don't just have superpowers, I'm a f*king superhero. Not in the sense of burning shit with laser eyes or flying through the air, but I am definitely not on the same playing field as almost anyone I know.
I've been trying nofap for almost two years now. This is by far my longest streak. For those of u guys who are struggling to make it past a week, know that many people with long streaks started off the same way.
Today after 5 years of not being able to have an orgasm because of self esteem issues and masking pain with self inflicted pleasure, I had an orgasm from plain, boring, guy-girl, missionary, standard sex.
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