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Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by Yisus777, Sep 14, 2019.

  1. Yisus777

    Yisus777 New Fapstronaut

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    Hello everyone!

    I'm 18 and i discovered the pornograhpy at the age of 13 (sometimes i really curse that day) and i've been addicted to porn from almost those 5 years. It started with a tomorrow in which i was alone at home and now it has become a problem that doesn't allow me to do things like concetrate, study, improve my social relantionships and it really makes me waste valuable time that i rellay want to use to improve myself and build my future.

    From the past year i've been trying to overcome this addiction, my maximum achiviement is 30 days, but everytime i complete those 30 days i relapse and the addiction "gets back to life" to restart destroying my life.

    I've signed up to this site because i feel that i really need a site where i could tell my progress and share my experience with others. Also, i believe that i will learn from you all and all the advices you could give will be a motivation and essential to help me overcome this problem, i would like to start with a 60 days challenge without fap and trying to not watch porn.

    PD: I'm Christian, i trust in God and i will trust in the people he has sent to help me overcome the porn: You.

    God bless you all!
     
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  2. rafael33

    rafael33 Fapstronaut

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    Welcome to the Nofap community.
    The NO PMO journey is not easy but worth the effort.
    The community will support you.

    30 days - Congratulations!
    I see your serious efforts. As long as you feel addicted to P and M, you should get rid of this addiction. You made the habit and you can break the habit.

    I believe in the God who dwells in my heart. This God doesn’t judge me, he loves me. I see you as a wonderful person who doesn’t want to waste time. Great! Our life is very short and very precious, wasting time is the only sin I know.

    Many fapstronauts have to fight against the urges. That’s ok. I don’t fight against the urges, I focus on what I really want: true happiness.

    Good luck!
     
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  3. Tiger uppercut!

    Tiger uppercut! Nofap Moderator
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    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!
     
  4. newtry

    newtry Fapstronaut

    Hey brother! I'm a Christian too, so I will be praying for you!
     
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  5. Lukos

    Lukos Fapstronaut

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    Hi , it's cool to have you here!
    Congrats to 30 days, may there be more to come.
    Be blessed, brother!
     
  6. vowed

    vowed Fapstronaut

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    Stay strong and fight the good fight.
    And trust me, it is a fight. "Call no one your enemy" because in the end, your true nemesis is yourself. You have to change your mind before you can change your manners, and that in itself is required before you can stop a destructive behavior. To stop fapping in itself is like to stop sneezing without curing the cold. Recognize there's a cold and do what it takes, especially in the area of prevention. There are many "near occasions" that predispose you. Also "flush" your mind from the impure thoughts by "feeding" it peaceful, pure things, music, movies, outdoors activities especially where you can experience the beauty of nature, reading, anything that will have your mind away from sexual or violent/dark thoughts (which in my experience, and not just mine, are linked).
    Needless to say, remember that "where sin abounds, grace abounds all the more". You are clearly not alone in the struggle, even when you seem to physically be by yourself.
     
  7. Coffee Candy

    Coffee Candy Moderator Assistant Staff Member Moderator Assistant

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    Heyyy welcome to the NoFap forum : ) It's nice to see you here fighting the good fight alongside us!

    Here is just some advice:

    First and foremost please take a look at each section in the forum, there might be something(s) you may find of big help to you. Feel free to post there :+)

    Then secondly I just strongly advise you to be active on your profile(as there quite a few active people in the profile section). Please start by choosing an avatar and then make daily status posts to show you're active and needing support/encouragement. They've also got a neat little feature that shows freshly posted statuses for all users to see. People will find your profile and give you encouragement/support.

    People (are beginning to) love communicating in the profilesection..(it should be and is )mostly spportive talk but it doesn't hurt to deviate from supportive talk. It would be great to have you join in and support others in the threads, profiles, and journal. Make sure and be grateful for the help you received and help after receiving some. Invest in some people's journeys. We could always use your help and in return you shall receive some as well!

    Make sure and be grateful for the help you received and help after receiving some. Invest in some people's journeys.

    Thirdly, You should also highly consider creating a public journal and write about your days in more depth for us members to follow along your journey and offer support to you by way of posting in your journal.

    Last but not least: Good luck on your journey here, make sure to really give it a try with all your heart!
     
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