10 Powerful Benefits of Quitting Porn

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It can be tough to stay motivated during the ups and downs of a a no-PMO (porn-masturbation-orgasm) reboot. Here are 10 commonly experienced rebooting benefits to motivate you to stay the course.

1. You will be able to have great sex again.

All of that negative baggage surrounding sex: problems with getting and sustaining erections; performance anxiety; unrealistic expectations — all of that stuff gets better when you give up using porn.

After a successful reboot, you will be able to have great, fulfilling, passionate sex again – without the penis pills and anxiety.  For me, getting my sex life back was the number one reason I quit, and it is the number one reason I STAY quit.

Here is one guy’s experience of re-experiencing sex:

“I never thought I had ED…I managed to have sex with my wife. Boy, was I wrong! Since my recovery, my erections are way bigger, fuller and longer and the head is flared. My wife comments each time. I also remain erect even after orgasm, and think I could keep it up for a loooong time. My morning wood is also bigger and fuller. I just shrug and laugh each morning, now that I realize I really had ED and was too caught in my addiction to realize it. Keep in mind I am 50, though in pretty good shape for my age and clean living. I believe you will find the sensitivity of your penis improves all on its own. I am circumcised (wish I was not). The sensitivity is so much better than I ever remember. Very light touch by my wife feels so strong! Now, after 68 days of no masturbation to porn my erections are like in my teens!”

And another guy:

“I have gone trough months without real sex and its quite devastating to the self confidence. But in the last couple of weeks I have had a lot of sex. All my anxiety towards sex has changed into confidence in my sexuality. I experienced a bad breakup a couple of years ago and this seems to have pushed me towards an isolated place. The devastation of experiencing ED a couple of times with real girls just pulled me down to a darker place. I can see things more clearly now because my head is above the water  :)”

If getting back your sex life were the only, single benefit to rebooting, I still feel the struggle would be 100% worth it.

But wait, there’s more!

2.  Increased energy and drive.

Many of the great achievements of man have been created by transforming what we might call “sexual frustration” into focused creative energy.  And what a powerful force it is!

Napoleon Hill calls this process “sexual transmutation” in his classic book about high achievers, Think and Grow Rich (which is highly recommended by the way).

Here’s a great quote from his book:

When harnessed, and redirected along other lines, [the sex drive] maintains all of its attributes of keenness of imagination, courage, etc., which may be used as powerful creative forces in literature, art, or in any other profession or calling, including, of course, the accumulation of riches.

3. You have more time to do awesome things with your life.      

Many guys find that after they quit porn, huge blocks of time open up in their life.  And as boredom is a common catalyst for relapse, it’s important to fill up your calendar with things to keep you busy.

Coming from the other side of a successful reboot, I see this as a HUGE opportunity to change your life for the better.  Not just in relation to sex. Why not use all that extra free time to make your life more awesome?

In fact, this is exactly what many guys do during their reboot.   They use that abundance of free time to improve themselves, join classes, get ripped at the gym, learn how to talk to girls, start a new sport…

On this topic, some guys ask me: how can I attract girls and get them interested in me?  Well, the way to BE more interesting to women is to DO more interesting things. Start there and the changes will happen naturally.  :)  So, why not use that extra time to take up a new hobby (Mixed martial arts maybe? Learning the guitar?), learn a language, or read personal development books (My favorites: Awaken the Giant Within, The Power of Less, Art of Non-Conformity,The Power of Habit, and anything by Tim Ferriss).  Looking at rebooting as an opportunity to grow can be a game-changer.

4. Decrease in social anxiety, increased confidence and self-esteem.

Many guys report lower social anxiety and a general increase in confidence in social situations.  Personally, I feel MUCH more confident talking to people I don’t know and even in public speaking situations than before.

In the forums, there are many reports that echo this guy’s experience:

“Once again, very relaxed and calm today – no anxiousness etc. of any sort. Everything is just water off a ducks back so to speak. It really is a powerful side effect of no PMO and one I am quite taken with. When I say calm and relaxed, I am not talking about the brain foggy, semi conscious type of calm that you can get from binging! With this calm and ease I am totally and utterly present. It‘s a huge difference. “

And here’s another guy:

“There’s this girl in one of my classes. She’s gorgeous. I’ve never had such an easy time flirting (while sober lol). Everything that came from my mouth was golden. If there was a silence or break in conversation, I just sat with it. And most the time she would be the one to start it up again. I used to feel like I always had to be saying something/keeping her attention. Not now. I was calm and confident. It’s been a while since I let myself pursue a girl. I forgot how fun it is. We’re hanging out Sunday. Pretty excited.”

5. You’ll be more social.

All that free time and energy you have?  It has to go somewhere.  Many guys find that their social calendars fill up as they start paying more attention to their friends and saying “yes” to social invites that they used to ignore.

(Also note that a feeling of isolation is what often leads to porn addiction in the first place — so, make the effort to get out and meet people! ) 

6. Increased focus and concentration. 

Many men report increased ability to concentrate after abstaining from porn for some time.  For me personally, it was like a fog was lifted from my brain and I was able to think much clearer. I even noticed that my memory improved over the course of my reboot, to the point where friends commented on it.

Here’s one forum posters’ experience:

Anyone else notice increased concentration? I’ve always had issues focusing. In college I didn’t do well unless I was on adderall. I was unable to finish a book unless it was extremely interesting. My mind would just bombard me with a million ideas or urges making it difficult to study or read. Anytime I’m on nofap my concentration skyrockets. I just finished a book yesterday that I have been meaning to read for the past 6 months. I’ve also had better luck applying for jobs and working on projects.”

7. You’ll be naturally horny.

Would it surprise you if I said that cutting out masturbating and porn will motivate you to meet real women? Really? You’re surprised?

In my experience, when I’m off porn, my libido level with my girlfriend is through the roof.  If I don’t see her for a week, the sexual energy when we finally do meet is explosive!  And I’ve noticed that I’m more sexually attracted to women in my day-to-day life (on the street, in yoga class, etc).

Also of note, some of the greatest “pick up artists” in the world (Mystery, for example) subscribe to a no-porn diet to boost their libido and motivation to go out and meet real women.  Coincidence?

(Note: during your reboot, before your natural sex drive returns, you’ll likely experience what is known as “flatlining”. You can read more about what to expect here).

8. You’ll connect with REAL women.    

Remember that feeling of self-loathing and emptiness you feel after using porn?  What you’re missing is a connection with a REAL woman.

From talking to many guys, it seems that it’s a deep sense of loneliness that turned them to porn in the first place. Learn how to make connections with real women and create loving relationships, and you’ll never go back to porn.

Here’s one guy’s experience:

“I now have a snuggle buddy. We just watch a movie together once in a while, while holding each other. It’s a good situation because there is no pressure. And I really have to say, real women are so much better than porn. It feels so great. I think it’s what I’ve been craving for most of my life.”

And another guy’s experience:

“There’s this cute-as-a-button girl who works at the place where I get lunch, and today…I flirted with her! Well, it may have been a cross between flirting and being folksy, but in any case, I haven’t acted like that toward a girl since SHORTLY AFTER I STARTED COLLEGE (about 5 years ago). It was unplanned and very natural. In time, I think I’ll return to being the smoothy I was in high school. And I can now conceive of myself having a girlfriend (whereas before, I couldn’t even imagine it). This is so much better than the introverted, masturbatory lifestyle I was leading.”

9. Increase in willpower. 

In her book The Willpower Instinct, Kelly McGonigal writes about how the amount of willpower we have at our disposal every day is a finite resource, but importantly that we can build up our “willpower muscles” by regularly exercising them. Rebooting gives us plenty of practice using and strengthening these muscles, as well as teaching us coping strategies for self-control.

Here’s a typical quote from a rebooter about what the increase in will power helped him accomplish:

“(Rebooting) did many things for me: I was able to curb other addictive cravings like cigarettes, marijuana, sugary foods and overeating. I also had way more energy and found it easier to exercise.”

10. Sense of achievement.

There’s a sense of personal power and achievement that comes with overcoming a huge difficult personal obstacle like porn addiction (and in my case, porn-induced ED). It’s a kind of quiet knowledge that you can accomplish anything you want in other areas of your life. After my struggle with porn addiction and my successful recovery from porn-induced ED, I feel like I’m up for any challenge thrown my way.

My own increase in personal power is, incidentally, one of the reasons I started this blog. I have seen that there’s a HUGE tide of men facing porn-induced ED and porn addiction, and I want to mount a massive counterstrike against it. With this blog, I aim to help men get educated and face their addictions and problems head on. I don’t think I would have had the courage to do this without the accomplishment that came from overcoming my own porn-induced ED

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Have you experienced benefits from quitting porn?  Let us know in the comments!

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    About Brian

    Brian overcame a long-standing addiction to Internet porn and fully recovered from serious porn-induced erectile dysfunction and performance anxiety. For more about Brian, see my story.

    Comments

    1. NAMGYEL says:

      I am not really an addict but there were periods when i was watching a lot of porn. It really does affect how turned on you get and thereby affects your erection.

      • Hi Namgyel,
        Thanks for your comment.
        I think a lot of guys have experienced this. Even if you’re not addicted, it’s your body telling you that you’re using porn too often.

    2. Hi Brian,
      This blog is really helpful and inspiring.

      I am 30. And facing ED for 3-4 months. I was not aware porns can lead to ED.
      I was watching porn films 3-4 times a week may be more.
      Many times it lead to edging also.

      As of now I think I can easily stay away from porns as long as its necessary.
      May be I will never watch porns again.
      I am away from PMO for 2 weeks and I can see just small improvement.
      Some times I get erotic thoughts in mind and there is only increase in length. its not erection.

      whether browsing internet (not for porn) can cause any problem. I have habit/addiction of reading news online.
      I always switch through tabs to read news and articles.
      whether intermittent-fasting will help?
      Is it necessary to control every kind of habit? (food, browsing, music)
      What food and exercise I should follow or avoid?

      Please tell me things I should do and things I should avoid.
      I don’t want to do anything which will create problem in my recovery.
      I will do things that will help me recover to normal.

      and thanks for this blog.
      I am hoping to recover early. Blogs and videos tell recovery is possible in 4 weeks to 4 months time.

      • Hi,

        Thanks for your comment.

        It sounds like you’re ready to quit for good. And you’re right: the recovery time really depends on the person and varies a lot.

        As for your questions:

        I think browsing the internet shouldn’t be harmful to your reboot, but what it may do is trigger you to look at porn (for example if you see images on a non-porn website). If you think this won’t be a problem than I wouldn’t worry about it. For me though, I needed to stay away from the internet until I learned to control my cravings better.

        About intermittent fasting: I don’t know enough about this to give a helpful answer. But having a good diet and exercising will help. Any sort of program will help, but personally, I like You Are Your Own Gym

        And no, it’s not necessary to control every habit. In fact, this will likely cause you to fail. From my experience (and from the book The Power of Habit
        ), the most important thing is to reform ONE habit at a time. Choose a replacement habit (http://rebootblueprint.com/7-healthy-no-fap-replacement-habits/) to do when you get a craving and in this way we can change the habit loop. Then, when you feel that you’re more in control of that one habit (say, after 30 days), you can add one more habit.

        Read this for more about changing habits: http://zenhabits.net/13-things-to-avoid-when-changing-habits/

        Good luck on your reboot! And stop by if you have more questions.

    3. Every addiction is a hard thing. I personally don’t think addiction to porn is as bad as addiction to drugs or alcohol, but those who are in a commited relationship may have a different case.

      • It can be, because it numbs your dopamine receptors (hard drugs can do this as well). I’ve recovering and just now I’m starting to get erections again….without even trying! I can tell you, when I was deep in porn my anxiety was taking me over and pulling me down. When women tried to talk to me, I would freak out sometimes. Dopamine recepters are linked to many neurological processes, including: sleep, cognitive function, memory, reasoning, mood, erections/sex drive, etc.

        You will never know what it’s like to be at your max if you rely on porn in any signficant fashion. And I don’t think an alcoholic should keep a bottle of whisky under the sink either.

      • Who’s talking about drugs or alcohol? Those being worse than porn goes unsaid. Like that doesn’t need to be brought up. It’s as if I went on a blog for people with a food addiction and said, “Personally I think drugs and alcohol are more detrimental to your health than junk food or fast food, but I can see why you’d want to start eating healthier.”

      • Really? You are posting that as a comment for Spiritual River? You shouldn’t. Spiritual River is generally a good site, and for you to come here and sh*t on people who have porn addiction issues is pretty lame and insanely judgmental.

        I’ve learned a lot from Spiritual River, but consider restaffing your social media dept? Or change your attitude to respect peoples’ suffering no matter what they’re hooked on? Jeez. Talk about insensitive.

        Great article, Brian!

    4. Pass. All of the benefits you mentioned combined arent worth the cost. Go horny for a week? What the hell is wrong with you?

      What am I dead? Incarcerated? All for a relationship that, statistically, has almost no chance of lasting anyway? Use hornyness as a motivator to speak to real women?

      Why not just starve yourself and use that motivation on your next job interview?

      • Thanks for your opinion Erad. I respectfully disagree.

        My life before and after quitting porn are like night and day — and many guys who have quit will back me up with their own stories.

        However, to each his own. Thanks for stopping by. :)

    5. Dear Sir ,
      I would like to thank you for the most helpful article about masturbation , it’s convinced me a lot with many things I’ve met ago , Just I want to know about something , I Left Masturbation 3 weeks ago , I hope it will continue 4 ever since this not the first time i’m trying to leave that f*ck habit , then the Question : How much time I need to recover all my brain abilities , energetic body , … ?
      I was so much energous and smart before doing that bad habit some years ago , then Now i’m feeling that i have nothing , no memory , no energy , feeling like donkey-monkey ,, so please could you tell me about the time to recover from all those effects ?

      Thanks

    6. I’ve gone no porn and no cap before for several months at a time before. I noticed it was easier to do bc I was sleeping with different women. Chasing a bunch of women can be just as poisonous to my soul, body, and mind as porn and fapping. I am now two weeks with no porn or fapping. This time is different bc I’m not using any women just for there vagina. I haven’t gotten laid in almost a month and a half. I plan waiting for a healthy u selfish relationship for sex. That would also be a first for me. I pray that I can abstain from fapping and porn for the long haul. I need help tho!! I’ve been praying a lot to be able to do this! The benefits of giving them up seem so vast and wonderful! I’m just gonna give it another shot. Best of luck to all of you!!!

      • Hi Kyle,
        Thanks for sharing your story — I can completely relate. I also used to go from woman to woman but now realize what I really want is a caring, lasting relationship.

        Best of luck on your search for that great girl and keep us posted on your success!

        Brian

    7. I’ve read this blog and feel compelled to comment, which in itself is weird as I never pay much attention to blogs. This blog reads as though it was specifically written for me. I never thought of myself as having a porn addiction but can see I’ve probably been fooling myself for a good few years.
      I have come out of a long term relationship where the sex was bad, because it hurt her (all in her head, and believe she’s sorted this now). We would start having sex and we would have to stop because it hurt her. In the end I stopped bothering to start anything in bed with her and would rely on porn. This happened for the last two years of the relationship, made me feel isolated and like a loser and ultimately destroyed the relationship.
      I’ve since started seeing someone new who is a great and lovely girl. Unfortunately I’m now the one causing problems in bed by struggling to keep it up. I’m gonna give it a week of no porn and post another comment letting you know how I’ve got on. I’m looking forward to the results.

      • Hi Jimmy,
        I’m glad you could find some inspiration here.
        From the sounds of it, it could be good to give up porn for a while and see what happens.
        Let us know how it goes.
        Best of luck
        Brian

    8. Thank you for your article.
      Any porn has a negative side effect. Just like any cocaine has a negative side effect. There is no “good dosage”. To tell yourself otherwise is to slip into a world of misery.
      You are not a bad person, I have learned. I have learned that due to environmental pushes and reactions under those circumstances, I was doing things that were unhealthy for me.
      Once again, there is no good amount of porn, no minimal quantity. You must develop a life without it. Eventually, by staying busy and learning about how the body and mind react to environmental stressors, you can predict and pre-divert the situation to one of staying active, healthy and sane.

      I am convinced the distribution of porn is precisely angled to disable the geniuses, the intellectuals, and the better men. It is a military tool of destruction on the inside. It is not to be handled lightly, but is best to be a life without it – so full of other things that there is no time for it, alcohol or caffeine. I am saying that is my path. To divert attention to meaningful sex, lovemaking, expression of skills that keep the mind occupied. If we do not occupy our mind, the enemy will!

      I am reminded Mike Shiley documented how after the first invasion of the iraqi people, markets with porn were available. These men not realizing the addictive power of lending themselves to such substances, populated the market pawing through videos. This destroys families and productive males. However, the answer is individual awareness. Individual choice of exclusion. It must be that way as we are all here to be tested.

    9. I agree with everything in the article.

      A note to the author: Pickup artists rely on ‘desperate’ men so they fill their pockets with cash and teaching you manipulating techniques and relying on the ‘easy way’ model, and never let you know about self-confidence. Self-confidence comes with effort, and a strong desire and actually forcing yourself to change and get out of the rust known as pornography.

      If you struggle with your addiction, contact a sex addict clinic. Being open with parents, family helps and being open and honest is great. I feel great disconnection when watching porn, and the reason I did it was isolation. I ran away from the people I met, and afraid to make choices.

      The best thing is to stay away from pornography. Meet with friends you haven’t seen, do a new hobby, make yourself busy, join a church group & other groups, and find a girlfriend. Girls naturally come to you when you are looking after yourself.

      Don’t be afraid to admit your problem and seek help. Currently as it is now, I find it hard to admit and let it out for fear of being judged. But I’m sure it won’t end that way.

    10. I keep relapsing it’s hard to quit been at it too long.

      • Don’t feel bad for what you’re feelings it’s normal. Use that pent up urge to go out of your way, and truly find something. For the long run it’s better for you. Like the article say’s it really puts you back on track. Not like the track where your hounding girls on tinder. Ha. More so how you have that drive to accomplish something you once thought was out of reach. Maybe finding yourself talking to that girl you’ve always seen on the elevator: or finally realizing you are strong enough to rise above the addiction to porn. I’m not saying masturbation is off limits… but remember not to expect what you see with a “real women.” It’s fun to live out fantasies, but remember that’s not what you are striving for. Best of luck, and remember you are your own master. Be well, and live strong.
        – Jonas.

    11. I find this very helpful, but to find that balance is quite hard. Usually if I have not gone without release I last about 7-10 days. Past that point I find myself too I guess urging to get off where it hurts my sex life. So I think(well for me anyways) if I know I’m going on such a long pause it might be better to satisfy one’s self. Not saying it’s for everyone, but to me an hour+ is better then fifteen minutes with a huge climax. Just remember that what you are doing is natural, and don’t feel ashamed you fall into such things. Just remember you are the master of your own body.

    12. Hey thanks for this post! I recently quit porn but i masterbate once every 2 weeks or so but I don’t use porn. I imagine myself with actual girls. Is that okay or do I have to completly stop masterbating all together?

    13. Hey am 22 year old and i masturbate a lot from last 8 years, if i quit now how long it will take to overcome all problems like erectile dysfunction caused by long term masturbating

    14. Wonderful blog.

    15. ebrahim says:

      Hey am 25 year old and i masturbate a lot from last 8 years, if i quit now how long it will take to overcome all problems like erectile dysfunction caused by long term masturbating

    16. ebrahim says:

      thank u very much for helpful article….your article is so nice..grateful to u..brother

    17. I started watching porn in my first year at highschool and now I am 3 years though highschool and I have stopped watching porn for 4 weeks now i notice that I wake up with elerction from dreams in am now going for a reltanship with a girl for he first time and i have a lot more confidince

    18. Hey, upon reading the list and actually giving the no porn challenge a try for a week, I actually can say that I’m starting to feel the changes. I’m not sure if anyone has ever gotten a severe headache before but I had one that lasted me two days. I guess that’s my brain kicking back into full gear, maybe not lol but to me I can feel a difference in this short period of time. Though, the thought may crawl into my mind every once in a while, I can actually rival it with the thought of how better I’m doing without it and the changed I’ve seen so far. I’m more out spoken, more social, I can feel the joker that I was, coming back. I’ve always wonder why he hasn’t and I missed it. There’s no way I’m going back and I owe it to you. Thanks man. For giving me a part of my life back.

    19. musa ishaya says:

      i was addicted to porn at the age of thirteen, and believed i had quit it few years back but now it seems i never left its like i only took a break and am nineteen. what do you think can be a good step to reboot!

    20. Nice article, Brian. I’m convinced, I’ll give it a try and see what happens, please wish me luck!

    21. Hi
      I’ll say i’ve tried quitting before and i did for about 60 days, I used porn as a means to an end but i found myself thinking of masturbation instead of thinking of sex during the day. So when i see someone i find sexual attractive, my mind goes we’ll keep that in the bank till we get home to masturbate which inturn means watch porn to start off but after that i felt weird (like why did i just do what i just did). Then i read an article about using masturbation as a means to love yourself (almost like making love to yourself, I know it sounds weird) so i tried it, no visuals just me and i really went for it, making sounds and touching other parts of my body girls usually touch me, the whole thing took like 7 mins and i really felt satisfied and i didn’t crave watching porn or masturbating afterward. I totally agree with the list especially 3 and 8.

    22. Thanks Brian,
      I m from a small village Tikrapada,Dist-Balangir, State-Odisha, Country-India.

      My problem is I want to give up watching porn, but after practising some days, I again fall in it. It continues hours &hours surfing net. But after doing it I feel very bad both mentally and physically. Still I do it. Failures in life hurting me too much. Being unemployed in the age of 29 is so painful.
      Could you please tell me how can I get rid of watching porn.
      Your comments are precious to me.

    23. This is old but relevent.

      Hi, I’m 12 days clean from porn and masterbation. I free great for the most part but I’m also going through it. Believe it or not I’m a Christian (a christian with a very bad habit) and I feel like it’s brought me much closer to God but I’m also very sexually frustrated because I don’t beleive in sex before marriage. I’m also having second thoughts about being in my current relationship. Me and my girl have been together a year and have plans to get married. I just want to be single again and possibly explore other options. It sounds selfish and at 32 I’m probably getting too old for that. I should consider coming in for a landing, I know. I just don’t know how to break it to my girl. I’m not excited about getting married because Im very attracted to other women.

      I don’t know I’m all over the place emotionally. Some helpful advice would be greatly appreciated.

    24. somebody listening says:

      Hey Adam,
      Give up the porn. Get rebooted. You’ll find real women with real character attractive again. Only then, if you don’t find your fiancée attractive, let your fiancée go. Just don’t let her go until you know you can without her. You won’t know that until you freed yourself from the effects of porn. A woman needs to be loved and nurturEd. You’d hurt her more than she’s ever been hurt by breaking up with her. Been there, done that, won’t cross that line again.

    25. I got addicted to porn when i was maybe 13 or 14. It kept escalating till the point i was watching it everyday and my masturbation was “pleasureless” so to speak, just out of habit. I had intense brain fog. Im on a long no-porn streak now but i do masturbate when i feel like it and i must say, it feels so good now. Not only during it, but after it too. Earlier PMO was like a daily mixed dosage of guilt and brain fog. I do have brain fog now and then but its less severe and less frequent. Also ive never had a girlfriend before but now, after quitting, two girls have come up to me and told me they have a crush on me! It feels amazing! I had that foggy feeling today and i was so gonna relapse, i was thinking wth all my friends do it so screw it! Thank god i didnt!😁

    26. Han Estly says:

      I quit every vice I ever had. Drinking? Quit. Whoring? Quit. Porn? Quit. And you know what? I got the same promises every time. “You’ll lose weight.” “You’ll be happier.” “People will like you more.” “You’ll be more attractive to women.” “You’ll have more energy.” “You’ll have more time.” “You’ll be more productive.” “You’ll save money.” I’m telling you that’s all bullshit. I weighed 180 pounds when I took my last drink 3 years ago. Within 6 months, I gained 10 pounds. I’ve certainly not slimmed since then. I was never that hot to begin with, and cutting off my visits to brothels and fapsites didn’t change that. I didn’t suddenly get some game with women, nor di something about me suddenly change to make me desireable; I stayed as overlooked as ever. Sure, I’ve been having plenty of sex, but it’s been with a depressed, clingy fatty with more issues than I can shake a rifle at, and our tastes do not match. At least with porn I could spice up the menu and have a choice what I wanted to look at; Asian on Wednesday, skinny teen creampie on Friday afternoon, and then MILF blowjob compilation Saturday morning with a chaser of POV ebony later. Same with hookers. What I liked best was being able to get what I wanted when I wanted. Now, it’s always either doggy or missionary with a chick who only likes it very fast, which just doesn’t do it for me. Never any blowjobs, handjobs, or titjobs. Her ride me? Forget it. Lovemaking? What’s that — FASTER! Try some new position? In my dreams! Saving money? Bullshit; you’ll just find something else to waste your cash on; I did. Or else the universe guarantees new expenses just to drain your bank account. Energy? Productivity? Used to be I could get through the workday pleasantly daydreaming about what kind of drink I would first serve myself when I got home, or what I’d like to try at the bar, or what new cocktail I could invent, or what kind of porn I’d lose myself in, or reminiscing about the standout fuck some sweet little harlot had given me, or hungrily anticipating what kind of girl I’d have next and what we’d do together. Now, after quitting all that stuff, I’m consistently dour to the point where I work overtime just because at least it’s better than having to deal with the 300 pound bitchzilla at home. I used to be able to get through work with a smile on my face, because either I had come off something nice or I was anticipating some treat soon; sure, work can be a drag, but it’s not too bad when you’re mentally deciding what scotch to pour yourself a tumbler of later, or when you’re reminiscing about blowing your load in a gorgeous eastern European waif with soft titties, a tiny waist, and platinum blonde hair, or eagerly awaiting seeing the new porno staring your favorite ladies. I now work even slower, sometimes on purpose, just to stretch out my day and hours. The biggest lie of all is the one about happiness. After getting rid of an “addiction”, each and every time, I found myself dour and cranky. Didn’t matter what I did. Painting’s fun, but it just isn’t the gentle rocking of a few shots of vodka. Sex is still good even when it’s bad, but nobody can ever touch you quite like how you touch yourself. Monogamy and intimacy are fine, but getting to skip all the bullshit that occupies 99% of the time to just get to the fun parts with a girl who suits your current fancy just perfectly and fucks you just the way you want it, that can’t be beat. I’ve been really unusually smiley since this January. Why? Because I’ve been getting reacquainted with the bottle again. First time I had a drink in 3 years, I felt wonderful, relaxed, happy, unstressed. I smiled clean through the next 8 days. First working girl in 2 years? I swear I’d forgotten that feeling of arousal, of power, of vivaciousness, of masculinity. I didn’t even know I could fuck that hard, fast, or long, or that I could cum so hard that despite wearing a condom, all my previous orgasms suddenly seemed trite by comparison. Hadn’t felt like such a man in so long that I’d almost forgotten the rush of testosterone. First wank in a year? Return of a kind of feeling I’d sorely missed. If quitting my “addictions” or vices is a good thing, then leave me out of it. I have my vices. I’ll indulge them and I’m okay with that. For the first time in a long while, I feel happy and alive. I’m finally not always grouchy for the first time in years. For the longest time, I thought I was an alcoholic. Now I just realize that I was denying myself things which really took stress off me and brought a smile to my face. I feel like a man again. I even have found new life in my work and I enjoy my time at home now. I think I’ll even drop that fat pig I’ve been calling my woman for the past 4 years. Vice is fucking awesome. Get drunk, get laid, indulge yourself. You’ll feel better. Trust me.

    27. Dear Brain,
      After reading this bloge i feels that i have found new hope for better life.i have been addicted to porns since ten years,feels very bad on my health,i am living like a dead man.so from today to 60 days i will quite porns.after 60 days i will share my experince with you.i m realy hopfull for rebot.thanx for such a nice blog.goodbye

    28. ronit tyagi says:

      you just do jogging also increase the level upto 10kms… am telling you guys all your sexual problems from low libido to erections will vanish away…. you will get erections like in your 16 n 17ns……..

      just Run budy Run……… and yes Running in early morning around 5am will give you the best result…. you behead me if you didnt get any results..

    29. I hate these articles they are always written by people who are dating or married and are always aimed at porn addicts that are able to get sex in the real world.What about having one for people who cannot attract others sexually? I myself am a 49 year old man who is still a virgin.Women just do not find me attractive and many call me weird and ugly.When I was younger I tried chatting girls up but every time I did all I ever got was abuse from them and some even got me banned from places or into trouble.I hate having sexual feelings they have been driving me mad since I was about 12 so I only masturbate for relief and need porn to help me along.I was hoping that by the time I reached middle age the urge will go away but it is far stronger than before; so for me the real solution would be a drug or operation to rid me of my sex drive but until that happens porn is all I have got!

    30. Ismael carter says:

      Im 22 years old man , for the past 9 years i have been fapping and watching porn i really want to quit but i couldnt , i tried many times but i gave up , its like im controlled by porn , please help me sir

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