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Five months hardmode at 22y - Thank you all so much

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Deleted Account, Dec 9, 2022.

  1. I’ve started this journey for emotional health matters. I expected nothing, but results came in many life areas.

    Before 12 July, I felt a zig-zag loneliness for almost an hour. The inability to feel loved by family, friends, or even my little pup.

    I tried NoFap four times. PMO quit successfully since the third. I doubted of success stories. How could one not “MO?” Isn’t it natural? Hey, even zoo chimps do it.

    Yet natural doesn’t equal good. Animals gobble themselves in instinct due. If we solely relied on our bodily desires, society wouldn’t have even begun.

    By the 65th day, it got easier. Almost no urges since it. Voice got deeper. Willpower improved. No flatline experienced ever.

    As an autistic person, I thought a fast beating heart out of home was a normal dilemma. It was not. I now walk out of it with no social anxiety at all.

    Like Bob from Dopamine Focused Warriors said, yes, it will give you once more the ability to fall in love. This might be excellent if you’re in a relationship.

    Working out got 20% easier. Sense of humor returned. Bitterness mostly changed into an affability. As a dev, my code improves after long retention streaks.

    Girls will find you more attractive in long streaks. I avoid no women, but nor I chase them. Hardmode is a consequence of love as a low priority. Plus that I would only have sex along with it.

    I did over the time cold showers, a sweet-free diet, and zero coffee. I don’t think I would have the will to do it without NoFap.

    Observe your feelings. If you don’t know how, Google it. Express gratitude. Eat healthily. Work out to burn the energy. Those things will hopefully help you as they did with me.

    I felt like cheating. The NoFap community aided me much, so I had to thank you all. God bless. Stay strong. You’re capable and deserving.
  2. Really motivational post, thanks for sharing!
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  3. Asgardian36

    Asgardian36 Fapstronaut

    thank you for the post...makes me feel great to see this! Good tips, ty! Hope to see more success post from you as you hit more milestones!
  4. Bloodstream

    Bloodstream Fapstronaut

    Thanks for the post, reached my first goal of 50 days moving on towards second goal of 100 days :)
  5. dangon master

    dangon master Fapstronaut

    Thanks for posting this buudy
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  6. OLLIE_100

    OLLIE_100 Fapstronaut

    Well done man I’m proud that you have made it!
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  7. Groovy Gandalf

    Groovy Gandalf Fapstronaut

    Well done you've motivated me
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  8. It is you whom I have to say thanks to. The very reason of mine to post it was to motivate people. If at least a single person changes habits, that would make me glad.
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  9. GarthBrooksFan

    GarthBrooksFan Fapstronaut

    What an awesome post. Glad to hear you did well
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  10. Pauley

    Pauley Fapstronaut

    Well done bruh, well done!
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  11. hokipa

    hokipa Fapstronaut

    I’m 3 months in and feel so strange, like nothing enthuses me anymore, almost a sense of void, is it normal? Does this go away with time?
  12. You're experiencing a flatline. It will end if you keep going, but might take some time. Listen, pursuing porn will NOT solve this issue and will only make things worse. You'll improve afterwards into a much happier self.
  13. refreshed323

    refreshed323 Fapstronaut

    It is always great to hear success stories from people. It provides hope and vision that overcoming this problem will get easier soon. Keep going strong.
  14. Great to hear of your success.

    I like how you speak about the fact that many things society considers "natural", are not necessarily natural or good at all.

    In the past MOing was considered something akin to mental illness. While that may be taking it a bit too far, I think it is better than the current state of society, where it is normal for many young teenage boys to PMO every day.
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