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Like other people among my friends, I also started watching porn at an early age. Initially, it was normal but then it became serious. Before I could realise, I was addicted to it. It became a daily routine for me to wake up and watch some porn. Any free time I could find I would spend watching porn. My porn collection had grown to a whopping 1 terabyte and I knew all the movies by heart. I never had a girlfriend, when I went out with my friends it was usually the girls who come up to me to start the conversation. There were many times when I refused to go out with my friends, just to stay at home and fap.

Finally, one day when I was browsing on the internet I found NoPo mobile app on some no-porn thread. I just clicked on it out of curiosity and at first, I laughed at the fact that porn could be an addiction. Then, after watching a few youtube videos on this subject I realised that most of what was being discussed pretty much overlapped with my life. I decided to give this NoFap app a try and decided to quit porn.   

The first week was very difficult. When I got the binge to watch porn, I had to quickly divert myself to another thing. After 3 weeks I noticed changes in my behaviour. I was less socially awkward and could easily be able to make eye contact with women. Now, I was the first one to communicate with them. That’s when I decided to delete all of my porn collection. Normally deleting even 1 movie was difficult for me, but deleting my entire collection became very easy for me.

I have been porn free for 90 days now and have had more girls in the past few weeks than in my entire life. This whole process of quitting porn for good changed me as a person. I do still fap occasionally, but that’s maybe 2 or 3 times a month, and only using my imagination. It has become better when you only use real girls and your imagination. Earlier I used to think porn was harmless, but only now I have realised that it has taken away many precious years of my life. Willpower and the urge to change my life was the only mantra that kept me strong in the whole process.

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