Expensive addiction to camsites

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by Londonrecluse, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. Londonrecluse

    Londonrecluse New Fapstronaut

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    Last summer had a breakdown after my ex who i loved to an almost absurd degree left me for another man. It ended badly i realised she hadnt been faithful. A breakdown followed, felt suicidal for a long time. Came out of a recovery centre still low and turned to cam sites to fill a hole I had in me. I ended up dropping significant sums of money on these sites, much more than i could afford.

    Im here to stop the destrictive dependency and cut fapping out of my life for at least several months. Im hoping this site can help in someway.
     
  2. D . J .

    D . J . Fapstronaut

    Welcome to NoFap where you are amongst friends who are here to encourage you and not judge you.

    What are your current strategies for combating the enemy called PMO?
     
  3. Hi @Londonrecluse , welcome to NoFap
    It is a big step if you can understand what is triggering your urges, because this will allow you to be awake and kill those urges as soon as they appear.
    It has no sense to keep attached to a woman who obviously never deserved your passionate love. It is her fault not yours.

    I recommend you to create your own "Emergency Toolbox" with readings that can be handy to read when you start feeling urges to screw up.
    I can share this post with you with my own Emergency Toolbox, it helped me a lot during the first few months, i had them in my cell and read them every time I started falling down:

    https://www.nofap.com/forum/index.p...y-first-320-days-of-reboot.62938/#post-473978

    I wrote some tips in this post that perhaps will help you too:

    http://NoFap.com/forum/index.php?threads/tips-that-helped-me-to-start-my-reboot.46617/#post-330318
    You can watch some interesting videos which are also very helpful in this post:
    http://nofap.com/forum/index.php?th...t-help-me-a-lot-during-my-reboot.39774/page-2

    I also suggest you to read "Breaking the Cycle" by George Collins, it is a must-read if you are serious about getting rid of this addiction.

    Last but not least, I would strongly recommend you to take the NoFap Academy course if you can afford it. The course is great but the best value are the weekly video calls with @alexander (the creator of NoFap and NoFap Academy) and Mark Queppet, where you can chat with them in real life and listen to other guys's stories and problems too.

    I hope that all this helps you to fight this shitty addiction.
    Let's keep on fighting

    Fercho
     

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