Unable to express, feeble

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by Guybrushgood, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. Guybrushgood

    Guybrushgood Fapstronaut

    Do you guys feel like pmo makes you mentally weak? I hate confrontations and arguments even when I am right and I know what I need to do, it’s just I don’t know how to carry myself in those situations or I’m over thinking it. I feel like I can’t properly express my points so my argument will not make sense and not be valid. Can anyone relate?
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  2. llortaton

    llortaton Fapstronaut

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    Same. I can't cry at all.... I have to listen to a sad song, to make me cry... Emotionless.
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  3. stopophilia

    stopophilia Fapstronaut

    I can totally relate, as a debater and public speaker.
    Periods when I stay away from Porn and masturbation,I realize I become more assertive and engaging..
    Perhaps there’s something about porn that interferes with our self esteem.
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  4. llortaton

    llortaton Fapstronaut

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    OR maybe it's your brain reacting to the excess dopamine and hormone release! That's what these symptom's are! Your brain gives you symptoms to make you stop the habit! That is why after Cumming, you feel not horny, and a wave of a weird feeling overcomea you. That is because your brain is like, "Okay, we nutted, so you're done now. She's pregnant, and you don't need to waste anymore time / energy.
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  5. Eaglevision_2019

    Eaglevision_2019 Fapstronaut

    There is no doubt PMO makes you mentally weak. I, too, totally relate. I know when I am right and need to convey my point across, but when I start an argument I can totally forget my original argument since my brain is kinda slow. So I often try to avoid arguments.
  6. teach3615

    teach3615 Fapstronaut

    Definitely. I always feel dumber after PMO. For a little while, too. It took awhile for my brain to recalibrate to "normalcy".

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