Dear all, I've just completed my 30th day. Although I'm posting this under the success stories thread, I'm not yet fully healed and I'm aware of this, however I wanted to share my experiences. The last month was a real game changer, I've developed more as a person under these 30 days than in the last 5 years altogether. Noticable things: -I wake up and just get shit done. No more skipping gym, no more missed meals, it's all done. I still get lazy every now and then with certain things, but I'm not perfect and it's a daily fight. I'll get there eventually. -I can get a diamond hard erection in 30 seconds using nothing but thoughts of a kiss or a touch of a girl (no hardcore porn shit). This was just simply impossible 30 days ago. I'm not claiming that my PIED has been fully healed but I think this is a promising sign. -I've had irritable bladder syndrome for years, tried several medication, nothing really worked. This is now about 70% healed. It makes such a massive impact on my life, it really is unbelievable. Ridiculous as it may sounds, being able to pee properly can make a man feel very happy. -My depression is completely gone. Don't get me wrong, I still have shit days and get pissed off, but it is different. I'm no longer against me, I have a healthy positive attitude towards life. -Muscle gain (with strict diet and training), I've not turned into Ronnie Coleman, however I have never gained so much in my life than in the last month. I think this is the result of clean eating and not skipping meals. I also push myself harder in the attempt of channeling all that angry sexual energy. Things I'm looking forward to improve: -More improvement on my IBS -I still get brain fog every now and then. -On most of the days, I feel sleepy -My social social anxiety still kicks in sometimes, although it's a zillion times better -Morning woods are still rare -I'm still a bit, well, needy and feel alone -Much much much more focus on avoiding fantasizing Most importantly, I need to be patient and I need to accept that there is still a long way to go. Patience is the key here I believe. Thank you, and I wish you all a speedy recovery!