Discipline is choosing between what you want now & what you want most!

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by YoruldumHayat, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. YoruldumHayat

    YoruldumHayat Fapstronaut

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm relatively new around here I didn't post an intro but thought I should in order to be more involved with the forum. You can find my journal/log following the link below the more people responding and giving constructive criticism r even words of encouragement honestly would mean the world to me.

    https://www.nofap.com/forum/index.p...n-my-son-can-be-proud-of.237893/#post-2120951

    I'm 26 male, married for 2 years and have a 1 year old son and this horrible addiction threatens to tear me away from all of that. I'm committed to change or else I may just lose it all. My wife has had enough of the porn, she is over my excuses and is over the constant relapses and sneaky behavior.

    • Also, what sort of example am I going to be setting for my son?
    • What if he walked in on me one day watching porn?
    • How could I expect him to respect me ever again?

    It has to be done, I've seen so many successful NoFap stories I hope to add to them. I'm taking it one day at a time because I'm sure as we all know, an addiction built up over many years can't simply be fixed in a day, month or even a year I don't believe you're ever fully recovered. it is a constant grind, once addicted o something then I personally believe you're always susceptible, unfortunately that's the reality we all live in.

    I hope to keep up the consistent posting and updating, thanks guys having this community has really saved me in a number of ways. I thought of myself as a loser with no will power, no discipline and a complete lack of self-respect but I've come to realize how the addiction works and the triggers involved and how I slowly put myself into a deeper and deeper hole over the years which I'm only now trying to get out of. I denied it being an issue for years but getting married, having a son and generally maturing as an individual I've realized I was making excuses in order to rid myself of guilt and fuel my addiction.
     
  2. Hello and welcome! :)

    We are glad to have you as a part of our community. There are plenty of wonderful, friendly and knowledgeable people here to help you along on your journey to a life free of PMO. I wish you nothing but the best!
     
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