I occasionally have sex with my girlfriend and have successfully had tantric sex which lead to multiple body orgasms with no ejaculation. Other times I was too caught up in the carnal pleasure of it and accidentally busted a nut (probably twice in the last year). Deep breathing can move sexual energy up the spine if one is not overly concerned with the pleasure seeking aspect.
From the terrible young age of seven I had my first encounter with pornography. I remember sneaking down early in the morning when everyone was still sleeping, to type in exciting things in google and got to click all these different sites which excited me greatly.
I've had EXTREME PIED (total limp-dick except when I masturbate myself). I haven't been able to have sex without sildenafil for years, which gives me erections but I still can't orgasm from sex. I always finish using my own hand.
I can't believe I am here, but today is my 90th day PMO free. 4 months ago, I thought something like this happening to me was impossible. January 2016 is when I really dedicated myself to it because it was taking a heavier toll on my life than I initially thought. I wanted to live life PMO free then where I wouldn't be lazy or socially awkward.
Heyo!! Exciting news yo, I finally think I've cured myself. It's been about two- two and a half months now since I stopped watching porn. I used to have a counter on my whiteboard in my room, and if I messed up and PMO'd I'd restart that counter.
inding a needle in a haystack would be easier than finding an adolescent male who hasn’t seen online porn. Surveys indicate the average boy watches roughly two hours of porn every week with porn viewing becoming common by age 15.
The most popular porn site—PornHub—reported that the average Millennial porn session lasts 9 minutes, while the average age young people have sex for the first time is 17 years old. This means the average boy has had about 1,400 porn sessions prior to having real life sex. So why aren’t more people asking what kind of effects porn is having on these young viewers? Read the entire article
Five months of NoFap. Urges come and go. FlatLine now and then. Learned a lot, gained a lot. I've been trying this 2 months shy of a year. Had some major relapse time in the first half a
So today. I have reached 90 days. What a feeling of achievement. It truly is a wonderful feeling when not to be drawn into the false world of pornography. No longer are pixels and fake women interesting to me,
I asked a girl out to prom :) She hugged me so hard it gave me fucking whiplash. Stay strong guys. fuck porn. I don't get nervous as much as I used to! She said I have a deep voice so that was pretty cool.
For ten years until the age of twenty I was a hardcore porn wanker. I've jacked off thousands and thousands and thousands of times. When I started as a boy of around ten I couldn't even cum, I would orgasm but nothing would come out the end. That's how young I was.
It kind of spooks me a bit to look at that number [302 days]. I've been trying for so long, trying to get free of this addiction. I feel like I've made it, but I've only won the battle. A war still has to be won. The last six months have been pretty interesting,
Last year I began researching /r/NoFap because I was looking for a balanced opinion about Porn to write my MA dissertation about. What I ended up discovering is that this is a special community. The way we operate here seems very different, in a profound way, than the manner in which most online communities are organised and run (especially on reddit).
Wow, what a difference 100 days makes. Some back story, I started masturbating at 12 and became hardcore addicted to PMO. Like seriously weird stuff went on. I would do hard drugs(cocaine) and do freaky stuff involving dildos and incest every weekend. I was pretty much the biggest deviant on the planet.
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