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hey guys im back and still fighting my porn addiction. When i first found this site i was in the hole with my porn addiction, i would masturbate every day at least once or even twice and also i noticed the porn i watched wasnt normal or my type, i also picked up something called HOCD and for a month i thought i was gay but later tried controlling it and realized im not. Im putting this new form here just to ask for any advice from ex addicts. So far i am still fighting my porn addiction, right now i can go for 2-3 days with out watching or masturbating to porn, the most i went was 21 days cuz i was challenging my self with the 30 day challenge but in the end i relapsed. i see a dramatic change in my self cuz i can feel more energy, i can remember things and i can dedicate my self so i can finish them( for example i just recently got my licence cuz i dedicated my self). Anyways i feel my self climbing up from the hole but its still not satisfying me because I know i can do better and also my HOCD sometimes comes but i know its not me its my brain messing with me. If any active users on this site still on if u can have the time giving me some strong advice on how i can go for days with out porn that would be awesome. i already know to keep my self busy and ignore the thoughts but honestly its easier said then done and plus im not really a busy type of person, i have a lot of friends but i dont really go hangout a lot cuz of school and i dont have a job yet so i can really do a lot of things if i dont have money.

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