No PMO War XL

05/01/24 - 06/19/24
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Signs that I'm healing

Mentally:
I wake up everyday feeling energized and ready to tackle my goals. I
used to drag myself out of bed and through the day. Not anymore I
have set goals for myself and since I don't stimulate my brain with
wasteless porn vids, I actually get a good nights sleep. Sleep is the
most important pilar for mental health so as soon as your sleeping
habits get better, you will feel better.

This cured a depression I didn't even knew I had.

Physically:
Two weeks after I quit 100% with zero doubt and without a single idea
of ever coming back, my crane ( let's say it like that) didn't want to get
hard no more. I believe because it didn't get stimulate from porn and
insta and all other shit website that decrease you brainmatter.

After 2 weeks I finally had a half working crane in the morning. I'm so
happy that it's returning to normal. When I used to watch all this
degenerate video's I would only get hard thinking of and activily viewing
these video's.

Emotionally:
My mood has been more stable since this 100% all in attempt. I have
energy through out the day, instead of spikes of energy and deep down
were I lacked every single droplet of energy.

I'm way less anxious around strange people in the gym or out in the
streets. I feel kinda confident and I noticed I'm more present in every
conversation I'm in. I live more in the moment and overall I have less
stress than before.

I say what I think and do what I find important and I don't care what
others think. Ofcourse I'm still scared and uncertain sometimes, but
that's normal. To strangers I meet I open up more and as a result they
do too. This deepens your connection with this person so much. A
stranger I met in the gym and trained for an hour I know him aswell as
a friend I met 6 years ago when I didn't open up so much. (ofcourse my
best friends are different, but it's through for the average friend).

Temptations:
I still get temptations, but it's easier to get rid of them. Cuz I see the
bigger picture now and I know that porn and stroking the chicken
doens't belong there. Once you flick the switch and go 100% all in it's
not even that hard to do No PMO. The hard part is letting go of
something you've done and been addicted to for many years.

It takes time to heal:
Don't think this addiction gets delt with overnight. I took me 2 years of
halfassing it to flick that switch and go all in. This isn't even that long
(imo). I have been addicted for 8 years since I was 11. So to beat an
addiction you've had for 8 years in 2 years is pretty impressive.
(Ofcourse it's only been 2 weeks, but I have no intend to ever go back)

Changing Habits:
I'm not fighting with willpower, cuz it's no longer a part of me. I don't
identify as a pornaddict no more. I don't do these filfty habits no more. I
have replaced every single one that made me relapse.
I read non-fiction books before going to bed. I wake up everyday even
on weekend days and go for a walk within 10 mins of my alarm going
off. Then after a 30 min walk, I meditate for 10 mins and then hit the
gym for and hour - hour and a half (depends on the workout). After the
gym I take a cold shower and eat my pre prepared overnight oats.

conclusion:
Set goals/ habits you want to wake up for. Change your bad habits for
better ones. Don't rely on willpower, but commit a 100% of yourself to it
and change your identity from someone who is addicted to porn to
someone who doesn't watch porn at all.

No PMO isn't a mirracle pill that will change your life, you WILL go back
to basic. You go form a goblin with no social skills, anxiety, sad and depressed to a person
who dares to speak out their opinion and has social skills, litlle to no anxiety and relative
happy.

Apps that help me daily (all free)
Hevy: track workout progression
Food: track calories
Digital Detox: ban certain apps during certain times and detox
medito: meditation app
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Signs that I'm healing
- Mentally: I wake up everyday feeling energized and ready to tackle my goals. I used to drag myself out of bed and through the day. Not anymore I have set goals for myself and since I don't stimulate my brain with wasteless porn vids, I actually get a good nights sleep. Sleep is the most important pilar for mental health so as soon as your sleeping habits get better, you will feel better. This cured a depression I didn't even knew I had. - Physically: Two weeks after I quit 100% with zero doubt and without a single idea of ever coming back, my crane ( let's say it like that) didn't want to get hard no more. I believe because it didn't get stimulate from porn and insta and all other shit website that decrease you brainmatter. After 2 weeks I finally had a half working crane in the morning. I'm so happy that it's returning to normal. When I used to watch all this degenerate video's I would only get hard thinking of and activily viewing these video's. - Emotionally: My mood has been more stable since this 100% all in attempt. I have energy through out the day, instead of spikes of energy and deep down were I lacked every single droplet of energy. I'm way less anxious around strange people in the gym or out in the streets. I feel kinda confident and I noticed I'm more present in every conversation I'm in. I live more in the moment and overall I have less stress than before. I say what I think and do what I find important and I don't care what others think. Ofcourse I'm still scared and uncertain sometimes, but that's normal. To strangers I meet I open up more and as a result they do too. This deepens your connection with this person so much. A stranger I met in the gym and trained for an hour I know him aswell as a friend I met 6 years ago when I didn't open up so much. (ofcourse my best friends are different, but it's through for the average friend). - Temptations: I still get temptations, but it's easier to get rid of them. Cuz I see the bigger picture now and I know that porn and stroking the chicken doens't belong there. Once you flick the switch and go 100% all in it's not even that hard to do No PMO. The hard part is letting go of something you've done and been addicted to for many years. - It takes time to heal: Don't think this addiction gets delt with overnight. I took me 2 years of halfassing it to flick that switch and go all in. This isn't even that long (imo). I have been addicted for 8 years since I was 11. So to beat an addiction you've had for 8 years in 2 years is pretty impressive. (Ofcourse it's only been 2 weeks, but I have no intend to ever go back) - Changing Habits: I'm not fighting with willpower, cuz it's no longer a part of me. I don't identify as a pornaddict no more. I don't do these filfty habits no more. I have replaced every single one that made me relapse. I read non-fiction books before going to bed. I wake up everyday even on weekend days and go for a walk within 10 mins of my alarm going off. Then after a 30 min walk, I meditate for 10 mins and then hit the gym for and hour - hour and a half (depends on the workout). After the gym I take a cold shower and eat my pre prepared overnight oats. - conclusion: Set goals/ habits you want to wake up for. Change your bad habits for better ones. Don't rely on willpower, but commit a 100% of yourself to it and change your identity from someone who is addicted to porn to someone who doesn't watch porn at all. No PMO isn't a mirracle pill that will change your life, you WILL go back to basic. You go form a goblin with no social skills, anxiety, sad and depressed to a person who dares to speak out their opinion and has social skills, litlle to no anxiety and relative happy. - Apps that help me daily (all free) Hevy: track workout progression Food: track calories Digital Detox: ban certain apps during certain times and detox medito: meditation app
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I wrote more but I didn't save, but since it doens't really provide anymore value to this post ima leave it like this.

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I wrote more but I didn't save, but since it doens't really provide anymore value to this post ima leave it like this.
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@modernwisdom where is this graphic from?

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It's important to realize that quitting porn doesn't need to be difficult or painful. You're brainwashed to think that it needs to be. While going to the gym and eating healthy are important, they're not required for quitting porn. The only requirement for quitting porn is simply not watching porn. Realizing that there is absolutely no value to be found in it.

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It's important to realize that quitting porn doesn't need to be difficult or painful. You're brainwashed to think that it needs to be. While going to the gym and eating healthy are important, they're not required for quitting porn. The only requirement for quitting porn is simply not watching porn. Realizing that there is absolutely no value to be found in it.
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@Chrisklb it's from afterskool, the vid about dopamine

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@Chrisklb it's from afterskool, the vid about dopamine
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@modernwisdom "How to Maximize Dopamine & Motivation - Andrew Huberman" one?

@QKThr "Realizing that there is absolutely no value to be found in it." is a tricky part, because unless You somehow manage to brainwash Yourself, then the memory of getting that feel good hormones spike while orgasming will remain in the memory strongly enough, and if You feel not ok enough and are willing to resist what's present in the moment, then that feel good moment could be considered as a benefit 🧐

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@modernwisdom "How to Maximize Dopamine & Motivation - Andrew Huberman" one? @QKThr "Realizing that there is absolutely no value to be found in it." is a tricky part, because unless You somehow manage to brainwash Yourself, then the memory of getting that feel good hormones spike while orgasming will remain in the memory strongly enough, and if You feel not ok enough and are willing to resist what's present in the moment, then that feel good moment could be considered as a benefit 🧐
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@Chrisklb , Here's a link to a book that has really helped me out with quitting porn. The brainwashing is definitely the tricky part, but this book addresses every aspect of the brainwashing and breaks down the myths one by one until you can no longer see the value in it. https://read.easypeasymethod.org/index.html

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@chrisklb , Here's a link to a book that has really helped me out with quitting porn. The brainwashing is definitely the tricky part, but this book addresses every aspect of the brainwashing and breaks down the myths one by one until you can no longer see the value in it. https://read.easypeasymethod.org/index.html
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"Porn is a mouse trap without cheese, only poison. Using willpower you have to convince yourself not to grab the cheese, but EasyPeasy allows you to see it’s poison. You don’t need to avoid it, you just don’t go into it."

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"Porn is a mouse trap without cheese, only poison. Using willpower you have to convince yourself not to grab the cheese, but EasyPeasy allows you to see it’s poison. You don’t need to avoid it, you just don’t go into it."
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@QKThr if it was simply a matter of not going into it, then the whole situation wouldn't look like it does 🤷

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@QKThr if it was simply a matter of not going into it, then the whole situation wouldn't look like it does 🤷
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I’m glad you made it mate.
Now just continue in your journey.
Stay strong 💪

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I’m glad you made it mate. Now just continue in your journey. Stay strong 💪
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@modernwisdom
Sounds like you are definitely on the right track toward beating this addiction! Just keep in mind that as time goes on the enemy is waiting in the shadows for an opportunity to strike. Be prepared and ready 💪
Also, in response to an earlier post about not getting a “Boner“, this is perfectly natural and is known as “flatline“. It is all part of the healing process so don’t be alarmed!

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@modernwisdom Sounds like you are definitely on the right track toward beating this addiction! Just keep in mind that as time goes on the enemy is waiting in the shadows for an opportunity to strike. Be prepared and ready 💪 Also, in response to an earlier post about not getting a “Boner“, this is perfectly natural and is known as “flatline“. It is all part of the healing process so don’t be alarmed!
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