Today is a milestone day for me. I have reached 150 days since MO, and 90 days since P (after I last PMO i have P'd a couple times W/O MO). This has not been hard mode as I am married and continue sex, but it has been hard none the less.
A few months ago I couldn't get it up, and even if I could, I was losing it. Now I can do whatever I want and for however long I want so maybe some of this stuff might help. First of all I just had a "successful" sex which made me write this post.
Once new years hit, i promised myself I would work out, eat good food and try keeping my streak as long as I can. Extreme mode. I stopped watching all kinds of arousing material whether it be gifs, pics, links, clickbait, yahoo frontpage, rap videos.
Back in 2012 december I made a decision to stop watching porn for an entire year. within 3-4 months of trying I went to thailand and I was intimate with many girls over board, then i slowly went back to porn. In 2013 I made another strong determination and I had much struggle, but miraculously I was alb ego go about 8 months without any porn or masterbation even.
It really works. You will be a different person. I completed the 90 day challenge over a year ago and have not relapsed or jacked off to porn ever since. Better than that: I'm not even turned on by porn anymore. You could show me the hottest porn ever made and I would just laugh at it. Seriously. Same thing with all my fetishes and weird obsessions.
Anyways, I've literally met more girls just this semester than all of my previous semesters combined. My mindset has completely changed. For one, I make eye contact with everyone now while walking around campus, no more staring at the ground or fearing to look at someone's face. Just smile at people every single day, and you will immediately notice how much of a happier and more outgoing person it makes you.
I just reached day 90 on my rebooting process. It wasn't that hard but it isn't my first attempt though to be honest. I don't know why but when i started the reboot my brain switched to it's mode and there weren't any PMO urges at all.
On this day, October 9th, 2014, I have completed 90 days of nofap. I'm going to try to keep this a bit short, so here's how my journey went: Before nofap I was: Socially awkward, Unfocused, Lonely, Nervous around girls, Weak - both physically and mentally, Unattractive.
I did it. 90 days. Although I have wanted to write this for a while, I felt that I should keep with tradition and give the usual 90-day success story. Well like any other ordinary success story, I'll start off by how I was before NoFap. You've probably already imagined a stereotypical porn user/fapper who was awkward, soft-spoken, and shy.
My number one tip for no fap is: Open up and tell people in real life! Be vulnerable and open up about your problem to people you trust and let them know about this new challenge you're attempting. The main power of opening up is releasing the shame you have around porn & masturbating. It also gives you accountability.
I now give all my sexual energy to my woman. No more jerking off behind her back. I desire her like a man is supposed to. I also can finish every time because sensitivity has returned. Guys, I could only orgasm maybe 10% during sex before because of decreased sensitivity. And, yes, even with a condom I finish now.
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