Delayed ejaculation during sex at 18years old

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  1. Fuzzy1

    Fuzzy1 New Fapstronaut

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    hey guys! I’m new to Nofap so wanted to share my story/progress:) let’s start from the beginning:
    I’m an 18yr old guy who has been PMOing since around 12, I always used a specific method (laying down stretching my legs, & what I now believe to be “death grip” I think )
    I didn’t think it was an issue until I lost my virginity aged 16- I couldn’t O, and barely felt anything during PIV intercourse! I felt a little bit of pleasure when I was getting a HJ at really fast speed/ tight grip, but still no O. Since then I’ve had sex with multiple girls, but have never been able to O with any of them, no matter how long we go for, which I now realise is delayed ejaculation. However I am able to O while PMO by myself. I’ve recently met this awesome girl, and during a BJ I felt more pleasure than normal, this was after a 7 day abstinence from PMO, but I still didn’t O. I’ve now decided to do Nofap in the hopes I can “reboot” and rewire my brain and penis sensitivity, any support / stories of your own are very welcome; how long did it take you guys to overcome DE?thanks so much guys!!! LETS DO THIS (btw I’m now on day 12!!)
     
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  2. drac16

    drac16 Fapstronaut

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    Thanks for coming to NoFap. Yeah, there are some people here who have a difficult time reaching climax. You're not alone. I'm glad that you've managed to make it 12 days without PMO; keep on fighting! :)
     
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  3. Hi. Welcome to forum!

    Make sure you create a personal journal thread in Reboot Logs section and blog there on a regular basis. As well as just generally be active participant in various forum discussions. I recommend this to everybody new here because it's the major thing that helped me when I was first starting. Just lurking on forums, reading and learning is great. But it usually is so much more powerful to engage. It helps to keep us motivated and accountable when we are active part of community. And keeps this in front of our minds so we don't forget about importance of it and slip away in our old habits. Sharing is also therapeutic. This is a major reason why AA meetings work so good. But that was developed before internet era. These days we can get most of the same benefits online through communities like this. So don't underestimate the power of active participation.

    I would also like to suggest you to look into mindfulness meditation. It has helped me personally tremendously to learn how to deal with urges and triggers. It takes a while to get good at it and notice results, so you need to be consistent with it, but once you do it's very powerful. It has been used by sages for thousands of years to deal with various issues of the mind. And in recent decades the science is also catching up to what ancient sages have know for centuries. Meditation these days are widely used as very effective tool by psychologists for treating addiction and by neurologists for supporting recovery of the brain. It is a great exercise for the brain the same way as jogging is great exercise for the body. Check out this Ted talk, it gives a good idea of what's it about when it comes to philosophy. As far as practical side of it there is this awesome smartphone app called Headspace for guided meditations to get you started.

    Wish you lot's of strength and success in your reboot journey!
     
  4. GoodFeeling

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    How is your progress?
     

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