Yearofchange's journal.

Discussion in 'Ages 20-24' started by yearofchange, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. yearofchange

    yearofchange Your actions matter.

    Watched an interesting video today. New perspective on the journey. How the journey doesn't necessarily have to be abolish fapping as much as exploring and learning and becoming acquainted with one's unique form of sexuality.
     
  2. Chammorrow

    Chammorrow Member

    That's an interesting take. I think porn and the likes have perverted my sexuality. I don't think I can truly know my sexual identity until I kick the addiction.
     
  3. yearofchange

    yearofchange Your actions matter.

    It's a very different perspective yeah. I do agree with perversion due to porn for sure. I've experienced much of the same myself. But I also don't know how much the sex drive is actually tied in to our physiology, our bodies and our minds. Kicking the addiction without a proper plan to really harness and use this form of primal energy seems.. a bit futile in that regard. What I'm trying to say in YBR terminology is that I've been trying to reboot without taking the necessary steps for rewiring. And now I'm kind of realizing my inaction due to fears and such. The thing is, the fear is always gonna be there to some extent, no matter how rebooted and non-perverted my mind becomes. The real way to overcome it is to rewire by fulfilling the primal needs for intimacy and connection with other human beings and in turn ourselves.
     
  4. yearofchange

    yearofchange Your actions matter.

    Did some communication stuff yesterday outside my comfort zone. Didn't go too well, but to be fair it didn't go too badly either. All in all it's a positive step in the right direction and okay progress for a beginner.
     
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2019
  5. UK Don

    UK Don New Member

    Keep smashing it man, had a quick read through your Journal, and in many ways I can relate to your opening post. Your journal has helped me understand that this really is very much a journey, and more about trying to become the person you aspire to be as opposed to purely eliminating PMO. Keep up the work outside your comfort zone.
     

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