Greetings, I'm in my early 18. So, just after I got into college and made some new female friends, my habit of masturbation began to decline. Last year, from August, I completely stopped masturbating after I fell into love with some girl. Even though we broke up in November but I didn't get my old habits back. But in February, this year, I was checking out some old porn which I had in my computer long time ago before I stopped masturbating. I had an accidental semi-ejaculation and couldn’t control the urge of finishing it afterwards. Yeah, I masturbated after six months that too accidentally. I became very upset after this scenario, then finally deleted my antique rare collection of those illicit stuff. I couldn’t take back what was done. So, I took a cold bath as punishment. Then I swore in my God's name that I'd refrain myself from such activities in the future and had optional prayers to repent my act. Now It's April, I'm still going all fine and good. Sometimes I get the horniness, but I can't masturbate. If I hadn’t masturbated by mistake, it would be almost 8 months of myself not masturbating. I just ignored the fact that I masturbated and continued my challenge of never masturbating ever. Also, I hate sexual stuffs a lot now. Pros: 1. Became more confident around girls 2. No more daily fatigue 3. No more bad luck thingy (masturbation always gave me bad lucks) 4. Extreme level of spirituality (I feel connected to God now) 5. Huge psychological development 6. No more guilty feelings 7. Social anxiety decreased 8. A lot of positive mental change Cons: 1. Increased rate of wet dreams (always messes my pants up, I hate this so much) 2. Wet dreams give me the urges again 3. Sometimes I miss the feelings of masturbation but It's totally worth it I started this challenge all by myself, I didn't know about NoFap forum back when I started. But I feels so good that there are people like me out there. 6 months, then 2 months of no masturbation! And I'm going on still till my death! Please drop some suggestions and help for me. Also share your stories if you achieved anything extraordinary or spiritual.