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mike510

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the struggle is real
« on: December 13, 2015, 08:02:26 AM »
Hey to all the nation..I'm literally on 5 months with no pmo...I feel very proud of myself...I do feel a lot motivated now but I just haven't been seeing any progress.. I Work a 12 hour shift job and im a gym rat. I can say one of my big problems was my job and not really having the time to rewire my brain to a real woman. I barely started going Out again and last night went  to a salsa club..I have no problem talking to woman an I got a the number from 2 beautiful girls. Feel good but just I still haven't been able To get a good solid erection...I had a real solid erection about a month ago but after having a wet dream right after the solid erection was gone like if I was. Back to a flatline. No morning wood either...just been really stressing  me out for the fact that I can't really have a relationship with a woman like I would want 2..when will this nightmare end...tired of this shit..thanks again to the nation and hope u guys are having a speedier recovery then me

dreaminglord

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2015, 01:06:35 AM »
wow 5 months,.. and no pmo.. you are awesome :D.

don't get frustrated and fall for a relapse. that will make life even worse.  flatline is heaven compared to relapse.

mike510

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2015, 03:19:20 AM »
Thanks for the advice dreaminglord...it's been tough but I'm real determined to get cured...good luck on your reboot and hopefully we both can healthy sex lives again

mike510

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2015, 03:20:49 AM »
Have

dreaminglord

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2015, 05:22:11 PM »
oh thanks, yes,  i guess, this time i win this thing. its my 30th reboot. so i guess i wil win this time :D

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2015, 05:37:12 PM »
Dude, 5 months? What are your secrets?? Keep on. You're an inspiration to read about!

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #6 on: December 16, 2015, 06:22:08 PM »
5 months is crazy!! One day it'll all be behind you, keep going!!!

mike510

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #7 on: December 21, 2015, 03:56:28 AM »
Dude, 5 months? What are your secrets?? Keep on. You're an inspiration to read about!

Thanks bro..other people have inspired me to get cured and if I can inspire others its truely a blessing...I can say my secret Or really a past experience is the reason ive been trucking it for so long . I finally started hitting it off with a beautiful woman who I could really see myself with in life...Ive been knowing her since I was a sophomore in college. She had a boyfriend at the time but it took years for us to really hit off..I had been in various relationships but honestly I really wanted to be with this girl..finally this year we went out and everything went so good..we went on a date again and when it was time to perform I wasnt able to..I thought maybe I had too much to drink and I wasn't able to get it up. Then we went on another date and I ended going to her house. I really didn't drink at all but I was still not able to perform!! I was really scared now that I had this beautiful woman with a beautiful body in front of me and I couldn't even get an erection..I swear that day I felt like jumping off a fucking bridge...we still talked but I felt that she felt that I wasn't attracted to her which is bullshit...at the time I still didn't know what was going on with me..I went to the doctor an everything was fine..I then stumbled onto one of gabe deem's videos and that's when I knew I had porn induced ed.I was terrified and little by little me and this girl stopped talking... I couldn't find a way to tell her about my condition an slowly this relationship died..I think of what if I didn't have porn induced ed? Would I be in a serious relationship with this woman by now? Would we be living a happy life loving one another and maybe even talking about having a family? I think about this all this time and I look at porn as something that ruined something that could of been so beautiful.. Do I wish I can go back in time when I was 12 years old an stop masturbating to porn? Of course but this is an obstacle that has been put in front of me and it has made me a better person. Porn is not an option anymore because I do not and will not suffer another loss like the one I had..this keeps me motivated to stay on track...yes there are days when you are hit with temptation but I always think about that day an I quickly snap out of it...this experience, the gym, and just going out and having a good time has helped me a lot..remember guys, as a nation even though we all are going through tough times we have to remember to keep on living..trust me this nightmare will go away..thanks to the nation again

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Re: the struggle is real
« Reply #8 on: December 23, 2015, 05:09:02 PM »
Your motivation is inspiring.
For real, I can tell how bad you want this out of your life.