30 DAYS UP: TIPS AND MOTIVATION

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  1. Tt1000

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    It feels so great to be able to write on the success stories forum and share my own account!
    My utmost gratitude to NOFAP forum which has truly been a blessing for me and spending time here really helped me keep my mind in focus and to not lose touch of reality, which is that PMO is detrimental to ones life.

    Some differences that i noticed in these 30 days:
    1. My face looks more alive. My eyes shine more and the lethargic symptoms on the face have reduced considerably.
    2. I feel way more confident than before. My flow of speech is so much smoother.
    3. I hardly have the feelings of being inept or inferior to others in any sort of way. I feel like i can take on anyone and i dont know why but i have this amazing sense of security surrounding me which was damaged by nofap.
    4. I spend way more time improving myself: Exercising a lot, eating better, getting an awesome haircut, developing healthy habits etc
    5. I dont care what others think about me because deep within me i feel im on the right track and getting better gradually
    6. Very positive mindset and all the doubts and negativity that plagued my mind are reduced. I see a lot of things that bothered me in a new light and gradually getting answers to a lot of my problems.
    These are some of the few important ones and its safe to say that just 30 days have improved my life a lot!
    Now, time for the the things that helped this journey possible:
    1. NOFAP definitely was the game changer. In the past, i had no content that could tell me for sure that PMO was bad for me, even the few sites that did werent that convincing. But now seeing the contents of 1000s of people everyday sharing their stories of how PMO is like cancer, it really boost my motivation and removed all the doubts. Also, I always felt motivated when i am around you guys. Everyone focused on a single goal and helping each other out made me want to do it even more for you.
    2. The biggest reason that led me to PMO in the past has always been casually watching some erotic content and then never being able to put in the breaks. Thats when i realised the urge should be killed then and there.
    3. I replaced my habit with exercising. I used all of my pent up energy lifting weights and tiring myself out and feeling the dopamine rush afterwards. Kind of sexual transmutation
    4.COLD SHOWERS WORKED AMAZING. Whenever i have even the slightest urge i take a super cold shower and then im good to go for hours.
    5. Blocking tools such as K9 and nortan family(comment for more info)
    6. Deleting insta, snapchat,twitter, i would even delete fb if i had a choice. These apps are the worst trust me on that. I relapsed 80% of the time because of these.
    7. A really amazing tip that id like to share is that i wrote down all the reasons why i want to quit PMO, and can you believe it, they turned out to be 50 reasons!!! I read it once everyday and that really makes me never want to go back at it again, for sure! Whenever i feel like PMOing i have the weight of these 50 reasons on my shoulder, that too in writing! Just my journal sitting there on the shelf is sometimes enough to remind me of the life i want to get out of.
    Ill be posting all these reasons so that you guys can all benefit from it!
    Sorry for the long post but success stories have always helped me keep on track so im just trying to give back and show a little gratitude to the community thats been of so much help. Love you all and hopefully be posting soon when finish i 45, 60 and 90 days :)
     
  2. sumersingh

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    this was amazing man i will waiting for yourr 50 reason bro and you are going great
     
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  3. This was very motivational succes story bro, thanks!
     
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  4. Tt1000

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    Thank you bro. Will be posting it soon
     
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  5. Tt1000

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    Hope it helped :)
     
  6. Hey dude Thanks for this I am determined to join you as well in 17 day's time.
     
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  7. Adil safi

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    BRo, you notice any difference in hair thickness or stop falling out and hair regrowth?
     
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  8. Tt1000

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    Minor difference...although the quality of my hair has improved they aren't that dull. I know what you're talking about and in the past my hair started to regrow after a couple of months . So If any such thing happens again I'll be posting it
     
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  9. tIoD

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    This is very motivating, thanks for sharing your progress dude. I'm on 12th day and already feeling those benefits you listed, can't wait to reach 1 month and so on. Good luck!
     
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  10. Hey Broo Great Post....U Wrote It very Well.....
     
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  11. Point 8 is a big one. Instagram was a major PMO trigger for me - getting rid of it was a good step. I want to ideally live without FB and Twitter as well, but Instagram was definitely the worst.
     
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  12. Looking forward to that 50 reasons list.
     
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  13. TheFlash123

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    It's just an awesome. Keep it up !!
     
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  14. Tt1000

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    You said it! Insta was by far the biggest trigger...ive deleted the Facebook app as well and only use the website version of fb so visit it as minimum as possible. I'd say try to let go of Twitter too because there's a lot of porn content there
     
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  15. Inactive User

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    Dude that is awesome. 30 days is amazing and keep it up!
     
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    You are determined, congrats!
     
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    How to deal with flatlines? I don't find them so bad since I don't have any urges at all but I am really feeling down. Since I had psychological problems in the past I fear that strong suicidal urges might arise from this flatline thing.
     
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    Congrats man! I just reached that 30-day mark and have also noticed lots of positive changes! I identified the most with #3, I can now walk around with my head up, smiling at everyone that comes across and not feeling any sort of shame or inferiority. It feels great being able to look at random people in the eyes!
     
  20. u376

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    Well done
    But believe me 30 days is a very short period
    You should be more careful day by day
     
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