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what do you think about the reboot
« on: May 29, 2020, 09:41:02 AM »
Hi, everybody my name is dave

for three weeks, I have been doing the reboot as perfectly as you can: no porn, no masturbating, no orgasm, but rather lots of dating and doing productive hobbies.

yesterday, i was having real sex and the ED problem was already much better, however, i was unable to cum, and because ive had the same issue with the same girl last week and i knew she wanted me to finally cum, after around 20-30 min of good, real sex, i exited her vagina and she gave me a handjob and i briefly (maybe 15 seconds?) fantasized to some of my favorite pornstars and came right after that.

afterwards everything was OK, so far (30h later) no chasers, and big confidence i wont relapse to PMO any time soon (hopefully never).

my question is: how bad of a „semi-relapse“ is this in terms of brain chemistry. i am worried i restored some of the harmful neural pathways i am trying to remove. as of now, i dont seem to have lost any superpowers, i currently am sick (have a cold) anyways so i feel a bit down but ignoring that it feels like the superpowers/mental clarity have remained. the orgasm was good, intense (3 weeks no orgasm after all), but it didn't feel like the empty orgasms i remember i had before i started the reboot. it was like a good song, or the tasty breakfast we had afterwards ข่าวกีฬาต่างประเทศ

Any help will be fine.
Thank you in advance.


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Re: what do you think about the reboot
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2020, 02:48:08 PM »
Incredible you have gone 3 weeks so well, awesome stuff.

Don't worry too much about it, I'm sure that by continuing to abstain from porn in the long term you will undo this minor setback.

Consider talking to you partner and explaining why you have difficulty orgasming? Perhaps that will next time you have sex.

Best wishes.
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