I will be courageous tonight and I will be sharing with you my story with all my heart. I will tell you how I found nofap, what I did that helped me complete the challenge and the effects that I noticed.
Ninety days ago I started this journey out of an impulse. It was after watching the Great Porn Experiment on Youtube. My masturbation habits were, at least I think, average. Once per day, and on rare occasions zero or twice per day.
(90 days) I failed on day 89 once before. This failure was purely from edging, and I made the decision to completely quit it. Edging is what kept me from success! Here I will tell my improvements in Nofap, and a story about my first real girlfriend.
I've decided to do a post aimed at those who's recovering from watching/abusing transsexual/shemale/ladyboy porn. I don't have all the answers, but I consider myself able to a degree to give advice and talk about my own experiences and progress towards rewiring my brain.
Porn has poisoned my mind. I've been attempting on and off for the past 2 years. Initially my journey began due to Porn Induced Erectile Dysfunction. I was in the process of losing my virginity and little Richard didn't wanna play long tall sally.
I started NoFap in late 2013, totally intrigued by the concept. I relapsed a couple of times. THEN, I spent an evening on yourbrainonporn. The articles and studies there basically just switched something in my brain - like, even the consideration of porn is repulsive to me.
I'll start out with a brief history of my addiction. This post may seem long, but believe me, this is the cliff notes version. 34 years and I could write a freakin' book. Here goes: I was around eight years old when I was introduced to naked women and porn in a magazine. Softcore stuff, you know the “almost” touching poses. I was hooked. Frequently raided my dad's stash.
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