90+ Days Success Story. Road to Freedom

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  1. D. Jigen

    D. Jigen Fapstronaut

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    For the first time since i started PMO, i can proudly announce that it's been 90+ days since i've last masturbated and used porn. Right now, to be honest, i feel that i'm not as happy as i should be, due to the fact that i'm dealing with brain fog and feeling of emptiness and depression (Withdrawal symptoms i guess), but nevertheless, its just so good to not be a slave anymore, to be now having some control over my urges and my toughts and feel like i'm improving everyday. I want to thank God, Nofap, the whole staff and users, my former therapist for giving me the opportunity to change and for the help that they provided. Without them, i don't think i would be at this stage in my life. Feel free to ask questions. Don't ever give up. The pain and the sorrow is nothing compared to what you'll have if you give up this addiction. Stay strong brothers and may God help us.
     
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  2. battituder

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    Alright then
    I just want to know how u did it
    Please don't say proverbs
     
  3. D. Jigen

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    I managed to stop after countless failed attempts. Believe me i used all the things possible. But i always found a way to go back. I said to myself that 2019 would be the year when i'll stop. But i failed again in the first day on January. I had enough and i cried. I had no energy, no self esteem, no power. I was depressed, anxious, paranoid and completely a slave to this addiction. I was constantly numb and i found myself having sick fantasies and urges. I re-discovered Nofap and i've learned about all the damaging things PMO does to your psychological and physical health. I took the decision to never be the Beta Male wanking to stupid things behind closed doors that were sometimes not even my own. I stopped for one week. I was lucky after because my aunt came to visit me (I lived alone) so i could not engage in this behavior. That gave me another week. Then i got in contact with a therapist. Someone i could express my feelings and my insecurities. Her help was invaluable. The after effects of my behaviors were still here and i felt i could relapse again. But each day that passed gave me hope. All the success stories here gave me hope and motivation. My family love gave me strength. The thought that i could be so weak and unable to protect them was unacceptable. They fueled my desire for quitting. I believe in God and i want to strenghten my relationship with him. PMO was a block to that. I believe he gave me all this tools and people and made things happen so i can stay on the good path. I also develloped self awareness and it is a major thing that helped me get to where i am. If i can't be aware of my behaviors and the urges, even the emotions triggering them, i can't change. So i hope i answered you question.
     
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  4. Pyara31

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    Congratulations buddy, you have achieved a beautiful feat and pat yourself on the back. You deserve credit for it absolutely! I don't have any questions just an advice challenge yourself even further and not let 90 days be a benchmark, you can do more than this I guarantee you just keep on moving forward and the benefits will increase in the numbers and the brain fog, emptiness that you are feeling it's just a matter of few days and you will get over it. Keep your head high and strive for more, May God bless you with strength and courage my brother. Peace out
     
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  5. D. Jigen

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    Don't worry i will keep moving. Thank you bro and God Bless you too.
     
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  6. Truly inspiring. I am trying to overcome this also and success stories give me hope. How old are you?
     
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  7. D. Jigen

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    Thank you. I'm glad i can be of some help. I'm 19.
     
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  8. I'm also 19. I hope I can have a speedy recovery.
     
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  9. JoeinUSA

    JoeinUSA Fapstronaut

    Don't confuse an addictive need to feel happy in the moment with an underlying joy where the heart is content whether in sunlight or in fog. The latter is more enduring and bespeaks of God. Both joy and sorrow are holy things - both are graced and hold onto perpetual joy and peace as the deepest foundation. A sorrow without grace or joy would be more like depression or despair.
     
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  10. 220woof671

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    102 Days = Remarrrrrrrrkable :)

    Keep up the good work. Each day, you are ingraining the habit
    more and more onto your brainski!

    Women are noticing your strength!!!

    You should get married soon.
     
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  11. D. Jigen

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    I pray for you bro. Stay Strong.
     
  12. D. Jigen

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    Haha Thanks man why not ?
     

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