Those in R/S, how do you feel after sex during NoFap?

Discussion in 'Rebooting in a Relationship' started by snappedouttafap, Aug 20, 2017.

  1. snappedouttafap

    snappedouttafap Fapstronaut

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    I for one, feel shitty. It's lack a temporary setback to day 1, I feel spaced out and not at all with it. I know the feeling clears after a few days, but it's a real bummer when it comes to having sex. I'd really like to hear other people's experiences and how they deal with it. Does this change once you hit 90 plus days?
     
  2. samnf1990

    samnf1990 Fapstronaut

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    I love sex and I have not chosen to avoid it as part of my recovery. I had no problems with ED, PE or DE though, and my P use was always supplementary to my sex life, rather than instead of, so perhaps you are more addicted than myself. If you feel worse after sex and would like to include it in your reboot, be sure to discuss this with your SO.
     
  3. SOSo

    SOSo Fapstronaut

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    Do you think it may be your approach to sexual interaction rather than sex itself? If you're using a partner to basically just get off on and not establishing true intimacy, that may be a factor.
     
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  4. SOSo

    SOSo Fapstronaut

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    Do you fantasize about others? Do you focus on body parts and acts and performance more than the pleasure and your partner's? Are you a selfish lover?
     
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  5. snappedouttafap

    snappedouttafap Fapstronaut

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    I am no different, I would never consider myself THAT addicted to porn (when compared to others accounts). Like you, it was supplementary to my sex life and never really negatively impacted it. I also had no problems with ED and the rest. But I would find myself rubbing one out just before bed to porn to fall asleep, a habit I've kept up with for 10 years plus and one I realised was not doing me any favors. Tbh, the feeling I get after sex is most likely nothing to do with NF. It seems to be a common phenomenon amongst many men "https://melmagazine.com/science-wan...et-sad-after-sex-9c7b0060136b?gi=7204c671f6b6". I'm guessing some are more self aware than others to realise the change.

    Not at all.
     

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