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31 days no masturbation
« on: November 19, 2019, 11:31:02 PM »
So far, I haven't masturbated in over a month. I also avoided psubs too. I still have the fantasies in my head though that they won't go away anytime soon. When I have the urges, I think about the real ones in life like female soles of feet and big butts over pictures because it's not a relapse as long as I'm not touching myself over the fantasies of real life and be careful not to think about it too much. I also have few wet dreams that they're natural and it's taking over habits of masturbation. Same thing when I piss and shit sometimes I noticed that the semen came out. I'm kind of shut down because I want to keep as much as semen inside the body as I can because they contain nutrients called semen retention.

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Re: 31 days no masturbation
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2019, 05:34:55 PM »
Good job, try cutting out that fantasy maybe from now on. Whether you see it in your mind or on the screen, there is no intimacy going on. There is no other person with you to exchange the energy with. You are still lonely and in full control, switching from scene to scene at will or even automatically... totally opposite of the real thing. The more you think about it, the more thinking about sexual stuff does not make sense and it is much closer to porn than it is to the real thing. If you have still strong urges and fantasies its maybe because you keep feeding them in your mind so they will never go away.

How do you feel after 31 days of semen retention? That is a long time, very few people can do it. Whats the experience, except those fantasies?

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Re: 31 days no masturbation
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2019, 11:04:35 PM »
Good job, try cutting out that fantasy maybe from now on. Whether you see it in your mind or on the screen, there is no intimacy going on. There is no other person with you to exchange the energy with. You are still lonely and in full control, switching from scene to scene at will or even automatically... totally opposite of the real thing. The more you think about it, the more thinking about sexual stuff does not make sense and it is much closer to porn than it is to the real thing. If you have still strong urges and fantasies its maybe because you keep feeding them in your mind so they will never go away.

How do you feel after 31 days of semen retention? That is a long time, very few people can do it. Whats the experience, except those fantasies?
Well, I have a little bit more energy, improves mental health, got a little bit of confidence, and so much more. I also have few wet dreams.
« Last Edit: November 20, 2019, 11:29:54 PM by pump20 »

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Re: 31 days no masturbation
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2019, 03:56:01 PM »
Nice job on your accomplishment!  Through intentional effort, I've found success with no PMO by doing activities to occupy my mind instead of fantasizing or just focusing on the pain of withdrawal symptoms.  Talking to a loved one, reading a good book, exercising, spending time in nature, journaling my thoughts, feelings, and goals, meditating, prayer/scripture reading (if you're a person who believes in God) are some of the ideas I've used to replace thinking about anything related to the pixels of those porn images/videos.  Also, when I get a sexual craving to masturbate, I use that energy to work on a goal I have (be it personal, family, work, church, etc.).  I support you - do what you have found to be successful and productive for you in your goal of leaving PMO behind.

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Re: 31 days no masturbation
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2019, 11:51:17 PM »
Congratulations
Its not about stopping. Its about to accept that you are stopped it.