Need some advice, starting again.

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by dparnel, Oct 27, 2019.

  1. dparnel

    dparnel New Fapstronaut

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    Hi guys, I'm a 21 year old guy. I previously did about 5 weeks of NoFap in January of 2019 and I'm coming back to it now.

    I live a MGTOW lifestyle in order to focus on myself and betterment. So I don't do NoFap to increase my confidence with women or make sure I'm not replacing the "real thing" with porn because relationships simply don't appeal to me.
    And while I used to PMO every night, I wouldn't call myself addicted per se, given that I didn't sacrifice time to do other things, I still go to work and do my job properly, see my friends and family over PMO and engage in multiple hobbies inc working out. However I obviously feel 10x the man when I don't PMO every day, so I understand the benefits and reap them every day.

    I personally can give up PMO knowing that's all I use porn for. But I also like to read erotica and don't all ways use it to MO. After a hard mode 90 day reset do you guys think it's ok to start reading again or even just MO without any material.

    And for me personally my goals are simply just to feel better as opposed to fighting a proper addiction as I consider it more of a bad habit. (For me alone)

    Thanks for any response after reading this essay.
     
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  2. Hello and welcome! :)

    We are glad to have you as a part of our community. Here are some quick links to get you started.

    Getting Started Guide | How to Use the NoFap Forums | Panic Button | Day Counter | Rebooting Resources | Forum Rules | Glossary

    If you wish to keep a journal of your progress you can do so in the appropriate section found here

    You can also take part in one of the many challenges available. It can be a tremendous help. Challenges

    Also, there are groups you can also join if you wish to do so. You can browse through them here. Groups

    There are plenty of wonderful, friendly and knowledgeable people here to help you along on your journey to a life free of PMO. I wish you nothing but the best!
     

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