The Desperation in Loneliness

Discussion in 'Loneliness' started by the_williams, May 7, 2020.

  1. the_williams

    the_williams Fapstronaut

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    In loneliness, I wonder about the numerous scenes that have continued to play within my own imagination. Relapsing only ignites this strange feeling in craving more. It makes me wonder:

    1. What is truly going on with me?
    2. Am I really beginning to change from this terribly addictive behavior?
    3. How will I be able to explain this one day if things become progressively worse?

    To answer this question -- I decided to make a 2nd entry here as a new member.

    I've been a member here before, years ago.

    Then suddenly, my own ego was offended from not receiving any responses. Quite frankly, I gave up... Refusing to signing on from feeling sorry. Giving up on myself was easy to accept; the idea that masturbating is completely normal. Arguably, it was taught as apart of the development in human-beings.

    I made the mistake in assuming that I can do better on my own, without help.

    I was wrong.

    I began to wonder the purpose in social intervention groups that encourage rehabilitation by our local peers. It all has a purpose. "Why not just give it another shot?" Is what I tell myself. If I fail -- I'll probably join, again. But that is why I am thankful for these communities, they serve a purpose in drawing light into a seriously growing situation in the lives of many people.

    We might be facing a world-wide epidemic.

    But this is another epidemic that doesn't receive enough attention. Did we ask ourselves the appropriate age for people to learn that pornography can be a real addiction? Did we ask ourselves the long-term consequences in constantly, masturbating? If we did -- I would like to know.
     
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  2. fg4795

    fg4795 Fapstronaut

    Too big question my friend. Majority of people does not recognize the long term consequences even if they're 45 so I guess we stil need to wait.
    To endure in being lonely, in being the minority.
    But we can be lonely together.
    Glad you joined again
     
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  3. Candun

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    It's great that your back on track. I've also tried to convince myself many times that my habits regarding pmo are "Normal". But deep down, we know this is a lie and we will always end up back on the path of recovery.
     

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