Good day fellow fapstronauts. Today i come to reflect on the last five months of my journey. I'm a senior in highschool, and after a very rough breakup at the end of last school year i decided to make some changes. However, due to PMO, very little changed for quite awhile. Until the beginning of september, that is.
I've actually gone the whole 90 days. Reading success stories was and still is one of my favorite things to do on this forum, so here's my experience, some do's and dont's and my overall assessment of noFap.
In this post I wish to reflect on my experience of 100 days of hardcore Nofap, and share my thoughts on how I will continue from here. I hope this is helpful to anyone, I am glad to share this reflection with you.
I discovered this site about a year and a half ago and tried/stopped in fits and starts. Well I got a kindle as a Christmas present and downloaded Your Brain On Porn because I was interested and it was only $5.
Well, this day has come and it's both unbelievable and underwhelming. I've been NoFapping (?) on easy mode and over the last 90 days. The power and volume of my ejaculations have been abundant and slightly pride-inducing, if I do say so myself.
Improved physique from being more motivated at gym and swimming. Better sleep pattern and not cutting sleep hours watching porn and webcams like [deleted]. Better posture less back ache and neck ache not huddled over a PC half the night.
I am so excited for this year. It's T-minus TEN days until I go back down to uni, now, and thanks to this brilliant little spot on the internet I have discovered all the tools I need to make it the most incredible of my life so far in every way.
It's been 60 great days of NoFap. While I stumbled a bit last week, I pushed through it and found that just telling myself no is the best way to go. I feel awesome, and I think it keeps getting easier.
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