Age 17 - Declaration of freedom: 1.5 years without porn

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To celebrate my success, I made a speech for myself. Since my first language is not English, I apologize for any mistakes

Declaration Of Freedom

I am very happy to witness a historical moment today, a joyful moment that freedom and peace is back, and the moment of victory!

Two years ago, women were sexual objects. Two years ago, I was a slave of my sexual desires. Two years ago, these were shameful secrets of me. Two years ago, the situation was completely out of control. Two years ago, my brain was filled with porn fantasies. Two years ago, freedom and peace was just impossible.

After two years of fighting, I had made impossible possible. I brought freedom and peace back to my life. I finally won the war!

Now, women are admired, women are loved. Now, confidence triumphs over shame. Now, pornography, masturbation are all history! Now, I am free!

During the war, I was once lost, I was once thinking of giving up. However, I choose to remain committed. I choose to fight until the last moment. Otherwise, freedom and peace will just remain impossible to me.

Although freedom and peace is back, they require protection. The end of this war is not just an end, but also a new beginning, a beginning of my new life, where I will do my best defend and cherish freedom, peace and my values.

Here are some tips for recovery:

  • Learn to admire real women, for example, you see a pretty woman on the street, you can praise her in your heart 'she looks great!' (or other similar statements), instead of thinking her acting like porn stars or having sex, this helps me a lot.
  • Talk more to women, you will found that they are much more than sex objects like those shown in porn
  • Stop fapping, at least for couple of months, because fapping makes you think of sex all the time
  • Think of how good life will be if you break free
  • Make your life interesting and exciting, boredom pushes you towards a relapse!
  • Pepare some 'weapons' for you to fight when you crave for porn, it can be music, a note with encouraging statements...etc.
  • If you rely on porn to cope with negative emotions, build up your own way of coping negative emotions, so you don't need to rely on porn.
  • Do not edge
  • Always make yourself happy!

(I can't say my sex life is much better than before because I am still a virgin :P)

At last, best luck to all and I hope all of you can enjoy freedom again in the future :)

LINK - Declaration Of Freedom--One year no fap and 1.5 years without porn

BY - asanotee


 

COMMENTS

Just a few questions for you, because you didn't give so many details:

  1. how old are you?
  2. did you have ED problems?
  3. how long and how much have you been using porn?
  4. how many attempts?
  5. did you do this with or without internet connection?

Hi

  1. I am 17.
  2. I can't really tell do I have ED or not in the past, but I can tell that my erection is stronger than before.
  3. I have been using porn for around 1-2 years
  4. For number of attempts, I can't remember, sorry.
  5. I did this with internet connection. Although internet deliver porn, it also deliver resources that are helpful for reboot, so the position of it is a bit funny, it is a friend and a threat