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Discussion in 'Ages 40+' started by 44dl44, Jan 1, 2014.

  1. 44dl44

    44dl44 New Member

    It's been 3 days since PMO. Last PMO 12-29-13 approx 1pm.

    I am 59 year old male and have been obsessed with PMO since approx 10 years old.

    I have considered stopping thousands of times.

    I'm not sure whether ths website will end up being a journal for me alone or a way to communicate with other similarly addicted/obsessed people.

    My idea is to put my thoughts/feelings down each day.
     
  2. Zyrock

    Zyrock New Member

    Welcome aboard.
     
  3. NewLeaseOnLife

    NewLeaseOnLife New Member

    So have you decided to stop? What's your motivation?
     
  4. fcjl8

    fcjl8 The only path for me

    Welcome to a great community.

    I trust you found yourbrainonporn.com already, if not lots of great material there.

    I'm 52 and with my current streak and my last solid streak of 250 plus days I have spent pretty much 9 months or more clean over the past year, certainly with lots of help from the men of YBR.

    I would testify as to the effectiveness of journaling and the support of others in similar struggles.

    Good for you brother!
     
  5. 44dl44

    44dl44 New Member

    4 days since last PMO

    I thought this sight was YBOP and was renamed.

    My motivation for stopping - all aspects of my life have been ruled by this obsession with PMO.
    There is no female (not young) who is immune from my fantasy world. I wake with sexual thoughts - think sexual thoughts all day - and the last thoughts I have are sexual. All day - every day. The only let up I have from those thoughts are in the immediate moments after PMO. Sometimes only seconds go by before the thoughts return and I want to PMO again.

    I am a prisoner of obsessive thoughts of a sexual nature at all times.

    I WANT TO STOP. That's my motivaion. I lost my potential to these obsessive thoughts and way of living.
     
  6. LTE

    LTE Master Of My Domain

    You can do it. I'm an old dog, just like you, but I learned a new trick and have gone a long way in defeating this monster. In one year the obsessive thoughts have, for the most part, fled, never to return.
     
  7. TheCure

    TheCure New Member

    The longer you go without viewing porn the less you will have thoughts of sex, in my case this is true.
     

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