I am 22 year old virgin. I was addicted to fapping for around 12 years of my life. I fapped almost every day, once or twice, sometimes even more, fantasizing or watching porn. After all these years, i think it just made me feel better when I had some problems. I was very shy.
In the new film Men, Women and Children,Crash director Jason Reitman, does a brilliant, excruciating job of examining the first generation to come of age on smartphones. But they aren't the only generation battered by the momentum online.
In this session Sean Russell and Marc Summer of MajorLeagueDating.com chat about porn and masturbation. Both share their stories and the improvements they've seen since quitting porn. Listen to the show
Excerpts: "We are in the midst of a revolution in sexual and romantic tastes unlike any other in history, a social experiment being performed on children and teenagers... What clinicians don’t know much about, yet, is how we shall help teenagers, whose sexual tastes are being influenced by porn, because this level of porn exposure is quite new. Will these influences and tastes turn out to be superficial? Or will the new porn scenarios deeply embed themselves because the teen years are still a formative period?"
The reason I came to NoFap is that, about 35 days ago I was with a girl that I really liked and I had ED issues. While feeling down afterwards I discovered NoFap, YBOP and PIED. This weekend I was with that same girl again after about 35 days of NoFap.
I'd like to tell my story to those who are reading. I'm only writing this hoping to inspire you, main thing is DON'T QUIT, what they teach in AA is the only way to succeed and get clean is being absolutely DESPERATE to do so... When a friend of mine first told me of nofap (close to 2 years ago) i thought it was a fuckin joke.
For a decade I've been PMO-ing 1-2x every day and eventually it caught up with me. I've always had to deal with PE but with my last girlfriend (actually fiance) I had my first bitter encounters with ED. Of course it took its toll on our relationship and we eventually we broke up.
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