I'm no longer fixated on anal sex, and the thoughts of having sex with transvestites, young teen girls (13/14), corpses, and other really nasty stuff no longer turns me on. This is probably the biggest thing to change.
First of all, I have been 58 days without porn and 30 days without masturbation at the present moment, and I cannot believe how much better I feel. What I love most is the confidence NoFap has given me.
PMO is not even a desire anymore. When I get turned on - its easy to accept it and get on with life (rather than feel the need to do something about it). This freedom is liberating when you think about it but its part of my life. It is the new normal.
I'm not sure what is happening exactly, but it's scary, it's awesome, and it's real. Something has changed. My mind and body are awakening from a slumber that I fell into at a mere 8 years old, when I discovered that rubbing my cock repeatedly gave me "the shivers".
I'm 32 right now. I've been single for about 2.5 years. Before that, I had 2 girlfriends (with almost no break in between them) from 22 to 30 years old. But yeah, I've been PMOing for almost 20 years, (although porn was harder to get by when I was 12-17yo).
Nofap has been the most crucial tool to enhance my life. I have stopped my addictions. The thrill and rush I get from a cute girl’s smile after just simply complimenting her on her cute dress is almost unbearable.
This is two separate podcasts in one show. The second part is an interview with Gary (47:57). The first is about the importance of personal connection for longevity, with Susan Pinker. Little Atoms 369 - Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download
I was a little skeptical when I first started Nofap, I didnt think that wanking myself off once or twice a day to tiny pixels could mess with my groove. I thought I was a masturbating boss man.......lonely, but still a boss man.
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