Too easy?

Discussion in 'New to NoFap' started by Flippa, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. Flippa

    Flippa New Fapstronaut

    Hey guys.

    Last year around februari I stopped masturbating to see if anything I read about NoFap would actually happen. I went for about a month and the reason I stopped was because that was my goal and I reached it.

    Now a year later I started again january first. However I don't remember it being so easy. It has been 8 days and I haven't had the urge almost at all and if something triggered me I could very easily disregard it. I was even sexting with my ex 2 days ago and even though I got very aroused, it was really easy for me to just ignore the arousal and go to bed. Is a libido drop like this, this early normal? What's going on.
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  2. J4220

    J4220 Fapstronaut

    It's probably easier since you've done this before. I'm on my 3rd go around and each time I do NoFap it gets a little easier and my steaks go longer.
  3. Hey @Flippa ,

    Very glad you are here.

    When I arrived here, I was very confused by the program. So many terms, ideas, different opinions. I was in some ways as overwhelmed with NoFap as I was with pmo.

    I found two things that helped me.

    First, was reading up on the program and figuring out where to start and how to work my program. The best page is the one with the list of all the resources available.

    That page explained the program. I read every article and watched all the videos on that page.

    Next, was the community. By getting involved, reading people's posts, remembering to "like" the posts, reading the post not only in the forum, but on people's profiles, I found a great group of people.

    This is a diverse community. We have religious people and secular ones. There are men and women. People with months of no pmo and those just starting out. As well, there are many different approaches to remove porn from our lives forever.

    Keep reading posts and profiles. You will find someone who is telling your own story. Keep posting your own story, someone needs to read it.

    Looking forward to reading many more posts from you,

    - L
  4. One of the ways I got involved with the fellowship was by reading some really great journals.

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    Once you open a journal, click "Watch Thread" in the upper right of the page to get alerts when new posts are made. Here are just a few:

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    There are many more, and you can discover them on your own. But, these are great places to start.

    This is a work in progress. So, if a journal has changed or is no longer active, look around there are some amazing journals on here.

    - L

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