My Success Story

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Mindhunter19, Dec 2, 2020.

  1. Mindhunter19

    Mindhunter19 New Fapstronaut

    I'm writing this not just to share my story, but to motivate you and to push myself further (maybe till eternity) . I'm a 21 year old right now. I was addicted to PMO since i was 14 till 20 years.
    Let me start by telling how difficult it was for me to start nofap. I used to spend around 1.5 to 2 hours daily to browse the porn sites and select the video I like, then go to bathroom and juice myself. This was my routine for 5+ years.
    Due to this, I was facing fatigue, low energy and enthusiasm, left out, social anxiousness, brain-fog, etc., but I have to mention that PMO did not affect my studies, as I was scoring good. It was January 07th, I decided not to fap anymore, but I ended up fapping just after two days of that. Then, I decided to gradually increase the interval. I fapped once a week for two weeks. It really worked for me. I was amazed by the way I was feeling from abstinence from PMO just for 7 days. 21st Jan was the day I decided to have this energy throughout my life. I fapped after one month i.e., on 21st feb. The quality of orgasm and the pleasure was unexplainable. That was the best O in my life. Then, I repeated this on 21st March, felt the same strong O. Then, I decided to try hard mode for 90 days and It was successful. On the 90th day, I was thinking of relapsing. I browsed this website about the same and I got to know that I should abstain from relapsing. This is 259th day of nofap, thanks to nofap forum. Throughout the journey, I felt strong urges, boner, nightfalls, etc. But I successfully combatted them with the strategies and tricks mentioned in this forum. And I must mention the positive effects. Now I'm utilizing 2+ hours (which I used to spend on PMO earlier), in reading newspapers, books, articles, watching Youtube Videos, and other things helpful in educating myself. I stay alert throughout the day, without brainfog. My sleeping time is fixed. Started physical excercise. Looking younger and glamorous (as noticed by people around me. I'm not praising myself). Skin and hair quality is getting better. Hairfall is controlled but not completely. Looking slim but still gained some weight. And the most important thing is that I'm getting attention from girls which i can say, is a magic of nofap. I can now make conversations by maintaining eye contact with girls, which I never thought I cold do this ever in my life.
    Nofap is worth it. I'll try not to fap till I get a partner and have sex.
    And I'm not insisting upon anyone not to fap. But, I can say only one thing i.e., the last verdict, "Try it and see the difference. Continue only if you notice benefits."
    Please like if you feel it beneficial.
  2. dovrha

    dovrha Fapstronaut

    Much congrats on your progress man.

    If I may .. reading newspapers and educationg yourself imo does not belong in the same sentance. I invite you to maybe read Hoaxed by Mike Cernovich - it's about fake news in mainstream media. Or read some other book along those lines fwiw. There's a movie out as well imo if you're not up for a 500 page read. It might open some new ways of thinking and you could spend less time falling for fake info in, lets say, newspapers.

    Outside of that, imo you should push the nofap concept on people around you -friends. For one realise that fapping is literally killing our society and now that you see the light it's your duty to get others out of the rut as well as that will have a huge impact. And secondly you will quickly see who in your circle has the potential to become a good strong friend for life and who will fade away evetually if you keep going forward on this path of success.

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  3. Steveal3aneef1

    Steveal3aneef1 Fapstronaut

    good luck with your life
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  4. Inspired2chg

    Inspired2chg Fapstronaut

    Keep up the good work.
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  5. Mindhunter19

    Mindhunter19 New Fapstronaut

    Thank you @dovrha for your advice. The thing I mentioned about reading newspapers means I educate myself by following editorials. And I'll definitely consider your advice on spreading positivity around me. Thank you and all the best for you too.
  6. PMO addict1

    PMO addict1 Fapstronaut

    Feeling good for u.... I have one question.... How did u dealt with triggers... I get temptaion by every hot women in movies/ T.V... how did u faced it ???
  7. Mindhunter19

    Mindhunter19 New Fapstronaut

    @PMO addict1 You're right. Not surprisingly, it is very difficult for a teenager, who is active on Instagram, Facebook, other social networking sites, and of course the human society, not to get triggered by women (not necessarily hot).
    I mean, when i started nofap, at the beginning, I relapsed two times as i mentioned above. Girls I saw in my college, web-series, movies triggered me. I felt sad for myself. After that, i stopped fapping, instead i started to browse for the strategies to control the urge. I found something that actually worked. Like cold shower, etc. If I feel urge to MO, I get out of my room (comfort zone) to somewhere else where people exist leaving my mobile phone, laptop in my room. The best suggestion, I'd like to give you is to stop using your mobile the moment you feel the urge, Like for 20-30 minutes. Get out and Mingle yourself by talking to your friends, parents, neighbors. This trick, in-fact is easier than cold shower and interestingly it works.
    I'd like to add that I still follow beautiful models, actresses on Instagram, etc., because After a certain time-period, the way you look at women changes. Do not punish yourself in nofap, rather enjoy it. I wish you all the best for your nofap journey brother.
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2020
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