This no fap thing has been a journey!! So day 54 and I feel better than I ever have since I was like in middle school and I'm 20 right now. I am more articulate with my speech, I am able to listen better and I connect more with people.
My goal when starting nofap was to put on some muscle, to find a girlfriend, and have successful sex for the first time in my life. Since starting nofap 10 months ago I have leaned down to 10% with intermittent fasting, found myself an amazing, beautiful girlfriend and a new job.
I am in my late 20's, started using in my early teens, quit because of E.D. and hitting rock bottom. Rock bottom involving sex with an ex-gf/long time friend who was married. Because of my E.D. I didn't use a condom, and she wasn't on the pill so we had to use the morning after pill.
This isn't my first rodeo for nofap, but it is the longest time I've gone without sex. When I first started nofap for the first time a few summers ago, I relapsed a few times and eventually hit 60ish days.
Like the title says, today is 110 days in for me, 20 more than my initial goal of 90 days. I can honestly say that things are looking up and life is improving. I'm going to try keep this short even though I could ramble on forever.
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US News reported that "Condoms Don't Prevent Erection, Study Says: New Research puts to rest an old, out-dated theory." The spin and misinformation are strong in this one! We can hear the condom manufacturers now, talking with the Kinsey folk (who did the study) saying, "Men think condoms cause ED. How can we get something into the press to convince them otherwise?"
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