I used to have a problem maintaining a 100% erection, the problem was not to get it up, however it was cured in my big streak of 250 days +. When I had sex with several partner during this streak my penis had no problems whatsoever.
It's been 7 months since I last watched any porn. Masturbated on average once a week. Any less frequency and my prostatitis symptoms seem to flare up. My history involved not being able to penetrate because I could not get hard enough.
Started watching porn and masturbating when I was 14. It never stopped. My first chance at sex came at 15. I know it's young, but still. Suffered ED and botched the whole thing. Had a second chance at age 16. Once again, fucked it up.
Been watching Porn since I was 15, went from being a very social, happy kid to breaking up School, unable to get into relationships with women & social anxiety. Since I started NoFap, my life turned around and I'm getting better in all aspects I mentioned, finally.
Hey fellow champions of your urges, I've mostly just floated around this page over the past year and a half, listening to advice and fighting my own battles. I'm nowhere near done with my nofap battle (longest streak ever = 44 days) but sitting back I've been baffled by the way this challenge has changed my life.
Over the past year since I first delved into NoFap, it had been and ongoing struggle with PMO-free streaks and relapses. I did notice the super powers and the other benefits everyone talks about, but the addiction was at times too hard to beat.
Before no fap I was pretty introverted. I didn't want to go out and talk to people even though a side of me wanted to -- but couldnt. Im now very outgoing once again in my life. I love talking to new people.
Thank you to all of the fellow fapstronauts who helped when times were tough. Whether you provided posts that gave me motivation to keep going or you replied to mine, thank you. It truly is amazing how this community is so supportive of people who wish to rid themselves of the dark horse of addictions.
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