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amazing tactic to prevent porn/fap relapse
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Panama RussianGirls 
youtu.be/J_KLg_yG7YI?t=267 "I don't know what it is you're feeling but I know it won't be improved by pornography" just watching this has saved me on 2 relapses when I had urges.
2021-03-03 02:14
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good stuff
2021-03-03 02:16
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i remember this is not your first time of you posting such thing. nice mens)) +1
2021-03-03 12:45
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Europe Nuskel
I've lost count of how many videos I've seen about the subject.
2021-03-03 02:16
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your memory must be bad then cuz you're a coomer
2021-03-03 02:17
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Europe Nuskel
My short term memory one can be a bit hazy if I'm not focused, but that has been happening since I was a kid, long term memory is fine, but I've never tried counting them so can't tell. How often does one have to do it to be considered a coomer? Lately the most frequently I can do it is once every 3 days, managed to reach 2 month in December too.
2021-03-03 02:22
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You are good, it becomes an addiction once you have to do it every single day. Or you can't control yourself otherwise. Masturbation is actually healthy for you unless it becomes a problem like addiction.
2021-03-03 12:33
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Europe Nuskel
Yeah, it's more on the control side, one realizes he's addicted when he tries to stop and isn't able to do so for long.
2021-03-03 12:42
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
"prevent porn/fap relapse" Isn't masturbation a choice anyway?
2021-03-03 02:20
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yes it is but if someone is addicted or it is interfering with their life then it is bad. porn under any circumstances is bad
2021-03-03 02:21
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
It depends on the severity of the addiction but in most cases browsing pornography is always a choice. "porn under any circumstances is bad" I'm sure that is purely dependant on the type of pornography you wish to browse. As always, you are making a big deal out of something menial when it comes to pleasure,-seeking, friend. :D
2021-03-03 02:23
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United States poL_aris
+1 typical thoughtful response from Jonty
2021-03-03 02:24
I am making a big deal out of it because it is not natural at all. With high speed internet porn it is available at such young ages and is so easy for anyone to view. It is an effortless high releasing dopamine activity, more than actual sex. see #11 I very much believe that there will be a whole generation of people with PIED (Porn induced erectile dysfunction) in the future and will be revealed as the smoking of the 21st century. Something bad which has been normalised.
2021-03-03 02:30
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
"I am making a big deal out of it because it is not natural at all. With high speed internet porn it is available at such young ages and is so easy for anyone to view. It is an effortless high releasing dopamine activity, more than actual sex. see #11" With all due respect, pornography to the younger audience should be on the parents to track the browsing history of the child using the internet and deal with, blaming pornography for this is actually quite unfair. You claim that it "isn't natural", yet it actually is, the average pornography is of heterosexual coitus, which is biologically very beneficial for you. "I very much believe that there will be a whole generation of people with PIED (Porn induced erectile dysfunction) in the future and will be revealed as the smoking of the 21st century. Something bad which has been normalised." Yes, I touched on "PIED" in post #14 and again, you are blaming pornography for this, not the person in question who didn't moderate the pleasure-seeking. Your views on pornography don't make any logical sense, friend...
2021-03-03 02:36
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I am not saying that most porn is heterosexual which in turn makes it natual, I am saying that the act alone of viewing sex on some form of media is not natural. It is a fairly new phenomenon and your great grandad would not have done it. How many pussies do you think he saw in his lifetime and now how many can you see in 1 minute on the internet? It tricks the brain. The brain thinks you are having real sex and it is way too overstimulating, hence why many move onto more obscene porn and why all of this step sister fetish shit exists.
2021-03-03 02:40
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Again, this is purely dependant on the "pornography" in general... it is different for everybody in that regard. People will find out the kinks/fetishes that they are into during the puberty years and what turns them on, etc... Unfortunately, this cannot really be chosen as a result, it is just another anomaly that the brain is unique to in that particular regard. EDIT: I forgot to add the word "are".
2021-03-03 02:52
nobody talks about the excessive amounts of porn literally sent to soldiers during ww2 lmao
2021-03-03 12:13
no?
2021-03-03 12:28
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Europe Nuskel
Of course, but like with drugs your decision making gets influenced by that desire of feeling good.
2021-03-03 02:24
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#14
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
It does indeed and that obviously depends on the severity of the addiction. Too much of anything is bad for you, masturbation is no exception and overdoing such a thing can lead to all kinds of problems, most commonly "PIED", which I have helped others with in the past. The problem with helping others with addiction is that a simple "mind over matter" technique won't really work, abstinence and withdrawals are necessary and then building up to "moderation"; but again, this is only in cases where you are addicted to said pornography. Encouraging others that "porn is bad" is actually quite false, masturbation and pleasure-seeking is practically primal in the average human.
2021-03-03 02:31
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Europe Nuskel
I don't know the severity of it, but I guess I haven't really put my mind into dealing with it recently, living in autopilot mode instead. Maybe it was my way of dealing with stress/anxiety during exams season, I don't know.
2021-03-03 02:37
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Well pornography rules over teenagers lives, it is the puberty and hormones that take over and the pleasure-seeking tendencies of growing up kick into action -- Truly dangerous stuff when left unchecked <-- This is essentially what "sex education" is for.
2021-03-03 02:42
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Europe Nuskel
Yeah, I feel like getting to experience it when I was 13 impacted me pretty badly. I wish I hadn't been shown that stuff... curiosity didn't kill the cat, but might have done irreversible changes.
2021-03-03 02:50
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
I'm sorry to hear that, friend... It is always best not to dwell on what has already happened as there is no preventing what has already been done. Remember back and think of the event in that it shaped you as you are today: unique, incredible and always a delight to interact with. :)
2021-03-03 03:18
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Europe Nuskel
Well, I try to only show my good side to people, not exactly incredible as a whole haha But thank you nonetheless, I enjoy our conversations as well.
2021-03-03 12:08
i watched porn at age of 11 but nothing affect me wtf?
2021-03-03 12:22
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#44
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Europe Nuskel
Well, not everyone gets affected the same way, some not at all.
2021-03-03 12:41
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United States poL_aris
watching porn + masturbation is not a bad thing. Only if you do it in excess and let it consume your life is it a bad thing. You don't need to stop altogether, just moderate your use.
2021-03-03 02:25
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Respectfully disagree on porn. -causes erectile dysfunction with prolonged use - is digital cucking. literally watching people have sex - more stimulating and dopamine releasing than actual sex. - it shrinks your brain -highly addictive
2021-03-03 02:28
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United States poL_aris
I'm going to need you to link me some sources for points 1, 3, 4, and 5.
2021-03-03 02:29
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Thank you for the articles - I shall give these a read. My advice to you would be to go easy on the whole "I'm against pornography" thing, it should be the choice of the person in question to browse it or not and the risks should be known beforehand, providing knowledge of the subject is obviously wise and thank you for that, but at the same time such knowledge should be to see both sides of the coin, not just one.
2021-03-03 02:40
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I am not judging or hating on people who do chose to view it or even like it. I am just saying what many studies have shown, that it is harmful to the brain and I am allowed to be fully against it just like you are allowed to have your own opinion on it.
2021-03-03 02:41
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Okay - I fully respect that. :) Have a good day - Always a pleasure to converse with you, friend.
2021-03-03 02:42
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Likewise
2021-03-03 02:43
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Wholesome conversation on hltv??? Dude I love just laughing at the full on wars people have here but this warms my heart
2021-03-03 12:35
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United States poL_aris
your third link (covenanteyes)is a religious website, lol. Their first reference to support their claims is a wired.com article describing a senate hearing with a bunch of crackpot fringe academics that resulting in nothing, no legislation. Their second reference link in their article is defunct (404 error). Their third reference is a link to their own program they're selling (LOL!). your fourth link (livescience) uses a study with 64 individuals (a total sample size of 64, including controls) as evidence for reduced brain matter in response to porn usage. This study isn't particularly rigorous due to the low sample size and really can't be used as damning evidence against porn. your dailymail article seems more interesting and legitimate. "Watching too much internet porn can increase a person's 'tolerance' the same as narcotics, Dr Christman said." - this quote is not given evidence in the article. But I think your dailymail piece is actually the most convincing. So perhaps porn usage may increase rates of sexual dysfunction.
2021-03-03 02:59
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all of the things I said apart from the brain shrinkage is obvious science and there are numerous studies showing it. I'm not going to look for ages to find proof. the brain shrinkage thing may be false, there's a lot less research on that.
2021-03-03 03:18
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
I'm with user "poL_aris" in post #12... I respect your opinion but you protest against porn is truly bizarre.
2021-03-03 02:33
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
+1 - Really sound advice. Always a pleasure, friend. :)
2021-03-03 02:31
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United Kingdom Multiplism
So teenagers with urges, masturbate because it is natural right? I don't see a problem with masturbation, but when it is in excess, that is an issue.
2021-03-03 03:22
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chimps only masturbate in captivity. But yes I agree it is not a big deal unless excessive. Porn is not natural though
2021-03-03 03:24
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United Kingdom Multiplism
Porn should be less often then masturbation and even then who can decide what if it is immoral. People's beliefs are subjective, and then, at what point does it stop people?
2021-03-03 03:27
i fapped 6 times a day sometimes nothing happened other than i felt tired and leg shaking
2021-03-03 12:24
THANK YOU MY FRIEND
2021-03-03 12:27
Porn is free for a reason.
2021-03-03 12:30
I like my faps
2021-03-03 12:34
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United States Fule
get a gf who cages you
2021-03-04 10:08
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