New! Saying hello - first online forum ever

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by COB, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. COB

    COB New Fapstronaut


    I am a 39-year-old man who wants to completely quit PM. I am currently on day 6 and know I have some hard days ahead of me. Regardless I want to be accountable and this website is one of those ways.

    I'm not sure what the best way to interact with an online forum is, so if anyone has any suggestions on how best to get involved and stay accountable, please let me know. I'm convinced at this point in my life that PM has caused some major anxiety (social/general) in my life and that my life would be better off without it. Time to take some action and ask for a lot of help because I have tried this before and realized that I can't do this alone. Thank you all for your support and thank you for the creator of this website.
  2. LoooL

    LoooL Fapstronaut

    Welcome , hope you find all the help you need here..and don't forget to check both porn recovery & porn addiction sections cause there's a lot to know about your addiction and how to deal with it.. and feel free to ask about any changes you feel during your recovery.. good luck .
    COB likes this.
  3. 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!
    LoooL, swordsman163 and COB like this.
  4. JamesTheSquirrel

    JamesTheSquirrel Fapstronaut

    Welcome to the forum! My advice would be to start a journal and to start reading other people's journals. Commit to posting in your journal each day with as much detail as possible. The more you post and comment on other peoples posts the larger support network you will build up. I find this helps me stay accountable but you can also look for a dedicated accountability partner.

    Have you set yourself any targets or goals? These can be PMO related or otherwise but they help you to keep track of your progress.

    Good luck with your journey!

Share This Page