My 90 day report: Will start off by saying that I am a 22 year old guy, been PMO'ing since probably 13/14. I started nofap back in January around the new year had a couple 1-2 week stints with my most being 15 days until I started this streak. The original reason I started nofap was to cure PIED.
Long time lurker of no fap. I'm 19 right now just finishing the last of my freshman exams (U.S.). I think that it is time for me to contribute to the most awesome and caring community on the entire internet. Hopefully some of you will benefit from my story and experience seeing as I had considerable trouble figuring out and "piecing together" what exactly no fap is and how it changes your life.
I've been in high anticipation for this day as if it is some kind of birthday. Although I have reached 90 days (for the first time) I would just like to point out that I have been a member of this subreddit for the last 8 months.
So I'm not gonna go all into detail right now but I started my reboot in November 2013 and here I am today. I recently went 96 days in a row with no PMO although I had two peeks at porn and I MOed about once every 6-10 days during that time quick in the shower with no fantasy.
I knew that the day would come when I'll be able to write at this section. Am not gonna go in to details. Quick background, reboot process and the end result. I finished my reboot earlier than I thought I would.
I have not posted here in a long time and i just wanted to make one more post. I’m writing this because I wanted to share the success of my journey and hopefully inspire more people to stick with giving up Porn.
I started No-Fap due to a terrible case of PIED and I am happy to say that I no longer suffer from it. I had a sneaking suspicion that porn was causing my ED but I just never wanted to admit it. I'd go on a 1-2 week no-fap stretch but it didn't help so I kept thinking it was a physical problem.
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