My Story

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by baptizemymind, Jan 29, 2017.

  1. baptizemymind

    baptizemymind Fapstronaut

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    Hi everyone, I'm a guy in my twenties. I fell into pornography in my elementary years and used it consistently until mid high school. I stopped for about three years. Those years were great. But, when I started college things changed. I still don't know what the trigger was. Its been four years; I am a senior graduating in May. It has been on and off, but I am ready to be done with this. Also, I am a Christian. I long to live the life of purity that Christ died for me to have. Either way, though, pornography is corrosive to manhood and masculinity. Please, help me reach my goal of sobriety by graduation.
     
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  2. Retentionman

    Retentionman Fapstronaut

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    Focus in what you want and you will achieve it buddy
     
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  3. Detraks

    Detraks Fapstronaut

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    Dude if your looking for help youve come to the right place bro. Thought we arent psychic god you should consider writing a journal small entries everyday to summarize how the day went no need to be big paragraphs but it help a great deal and its a great place for the community to give support, insight, tips etc. Annyway Welcome bro stay strong and youll suceed.
     
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  4. Mattsfreedom

    Mattsfreedom Fapstronaut

    Welcome to the site. What made you stop for those 3 years?
     
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  5. Ayjaydubya

    Ayjaydubya Fapstronaut

    Welcome to the NoFap community.
    Here are some strategies that may be helpful:
    • Get an accountability partner here.
    • Start a journal here, select your age group and Post New Thread.
    • It's important to replace the bad habit of PMO with a good habit. Some suggestions: Read articles in a field you are interested in. Learn time management. Learn about self confidence and motivation. Take online courses. Learn about self confidence and motivation. Read a self help book. Go out and socialize.
    • It's also important to be strong physically: Eat well. Drink about 2 liters of water per day. Exercise for 30 minutes each day. Get at least 6-7 hours of sleep.
    • Many have found meditation to be helpful--it can take the place of PMO time and help your physical, psychological and spiritual health. Start with 5 minutes, gradually increase to 20 minutes, once or better twice a day.
     
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