It Continues.

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by Throwaway150, Feb 27, 2022.

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  1. Throwaway150

    Throwaway150 Fapstronaut

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    I am 23 year old male who has been fighting this curse for 12 years now on and off.
    That kind of means I’m not “new” so to speak but I am new to the forum as a poster instead of a lurker.

    Only until 2 days ago I had my longest streak of 52 days, but I relapsed and now I am back to square one.

    I hope being a member of the community and not just a lurker can help me, especially by speaking with others who are suffering and fighting against the affliction.

    If any of you want to talk or become accountability partners then I will happily oblige. In the end we are all brothers and sisters in arms.
     
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  2. Vladimir228

    Vladimir228 Fapstronaut

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    Hello man!
    I feel your pain.
    I am 24 years old male and have been trying to quit for the last 4 years.

    I am beginning new challenge tomorrow. I will set it for 21 days.
    I am scared that it is a long period and would be able to make it.
    But I do want to become a better person and reducing PMO will give me clarity!

    Good luck on your journey!
     
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  3. Throwaway150

    Throwaway150 Fapstronaut

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    You can do it. And once you hit 21 days you will feel much better and more confident.
    Although always keep your mind sharp because it only takes the smallest thing to trigger the urges. Take every day as it comes.
    Good luck.
     
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  4. Wolfpac

    Wolfpac New Fapstronaut

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    I was struggling with porn especially with the last period and I had depression because of this and I kept fighting urges and take control of myself .
    My longest streak with nofap was 15 days then I relapsed and I couldn't beat that streak after I hope I reach more
     
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  5. Throwaway150

    Throwaway150 Fapstronaut

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    Don’t focus to much on the number of days in your streak. That will make pressure and that will push you towards a relapse.

    What I am using now is a different technique. I know the day I relapsed, and since then I haven’t counted the days but in a few weeks I will look at the calendar and surprise myself with how many days I have been sober from PMO. It’s a nice surprise when you look at your calendar and you’ve beaten your last streak.

    It takes the pressure off. And in my opinion, pressure and stress are two big triggers for relapsing.
     
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  6. Vladimir228

    Vladimir228 Fapstronaut

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    So guys, it's been 19 days that I haven't done P and M. It feels good knowing that I was able to stay away from it for such a long time.
    At the same time, sometimes I want to watch just a lit bit, justifying it by the fact that I already resisted for 19 days.

    How are you doing? What's your news?
     

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