I used to think no guy could possibly get it (self.NoFap)
63 ups - 15 downs = 48 votes
NoFap has taught me a lot of things. Before, I used to think that 90 percent of men had a one-track mind. If you'd have told me that some guys truly make an effort to fight their urges, I would've laughed, bitterly. Because I wouldn't have believed you, not for a second.
When I discovered NoFap, I rediscovered my faith in humanity. I read all these stories of guys who'd come to realize how destructive PMO really is. How the media mutilate reality in an effort to make us believe that 'we want that'. That, being an unhealthy, degrading and unreal perception of relations and sexuality. I read tons of posts of guys who Got it. This made me incredibly happy, but it also made me sad.
I've come to see men and their social behaviour in a new light. I no longer see 'macho', 'awkward', 'clumsy', 'clown', but I see guys who may or may not struggle with porn addiction and a warped perception. Once I discovered your posts and came to realize the very painful consequences of PMO, I felt defeated, because how many guys actually get the chance to a) discover the truth and b) reset and start anew? Too few, that's for sure. I see NoFap as the very best training you can get as you're preparing for a future relationship or marriage. How many of the guys out there have to live life unprepared, without even being conscious of the thing that's ruining their chances?
As a woman, there is little I can do to reach out to the men in my environment. I can be kind and set a good example, not behave in a provoking manner and show there is great value in friendship and good conversation. That's about it, I think. It's not enough, but it is something.
Please reach out to your fellow men and share the happiness and freedom of a life without deception.
24 comments submitted at 23:22:36 on Mar 8, 2014 by Kamaman