A bit of background info. I'm a 22 year old male. Been on NoFap since Oct 2014. My longest streaks have been 70 days hardmode and 95 days. But I don't really count the latter because it involved a lot of edging.
Thirty days ago it was the end of June. I had all the free time a teen could ask for. I could work on my business concepts, get a higher job now that I had quit my local pizza job, and could start lifting six times a week. But instead, what do you think I was doing?
Half of me is extremely proud and in shock that I just went 3 full months without something I've done basically every week since I was super young. It truly is a great accomplishment and seeing that blue star feels great.
In my 84 days of nofap, I have seen a million positive changes. More focused, more calm, my anxiety went away. I lost fat and trimmed up, I became more confident. I became more masculine than ever. I can now talk to a girl without getting shy or anxious, just but to mention a few.
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.
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