Introducing Myself

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by Hannahsavannah, Mar 5, 2018.

  1. Hannahsavannah

    Hannahsavannah New Fapstronaut

    Hey Yall,
    I won’t say my name. Im a teen and from Canada. I like beauty fashion and one day I wanna go vegan and just live freely.
    I have been watching porn and masturbating from a very young age and I want to stop! It doesn’t make me feel good. But I feel Ill a lot of motivation
    i_wanna_get_better1 likes this.
  2. Hey Hannahsavannah,
    Welcome to the NoFap community!
    If you haven't already, check out this information on rebooting. I've found it helpful in knowing what to expect.
    Going vegan is a great idea. I don't know how practical it is for you now, but I would recommend doing it as part of your reboot. If you look around the forums, you'll see that some people have said that veganism has helped them recover from porn, etc.
    Feel free to message me or anyone else here if you have questions or want to talk.
    Best of luck during your reboot.
    Again, Welcome!
  3. Hossam Magdy

    Hossam Magdy New Fapstronaut

  4. Hey @Hannahsavannah ,

    I'm just a normal ordinary member. No moderator super powers and no special insite. I share my ESH (Experience, Strength and Hope) of what works for me.

    Just another warm welcome and a heart felt hello. This community has helped me so much.

    What worked for me was "working" it. It took hard work for me to complete a hard reboot (No pmo) for 120 days, then move into a Sex Positive mode.

    First, reading the literature published by NoFap itself along with reading journals.

    Then, doing the work. Writing in my journal and replying to introductions and other's journals.

    Finally, but not least, getting involved with the fellowship. I found it on the forums, but also in people's profiles. The forums tend to be longer posts, where the profiles tend to be more "conversational".

    That is what has worked for me. I like to remind myself that this community was here waiting for me with the lights on when I arrived. Now, I have to do my best to be there when someone comes to the community.

    Then, watch this video:

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    PS -

    One of the ways I got involved with the fellowship was by reading some really great journals. Reading other's stories with their victories and even defeats is a big part of my program.

    I've included journals from all age groups, spiritual members, religious members, secular members, male and female. You should find journals that help. If not, look around, there are hundreds of others from which to choose. When I say "it works if you work it", reading journals is part of that work.

    Once you open a journal, click "Watch Thread" in the upper right of the page to get alerts when new posts are made. Here are just a few:

    @Alikersantti -
    @C. J. -
    @Reverent -
    @Struggle Bug -
    @BigDawg913 -
    @kropo82 -
    @tet2vd -
    @Protagoras -
    @JakeO5 -

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