So inspiring to see what these young guys can do when they wake up from their trances!
I don't recall this being posted, but it's far from new. It's of general interest regarding how we start and stop behaviors and add or remove process, technologically or otherwise.
Stanford's School Of Persuasion: BJ Fogg On How To Win Users And Influence Behavior - Forbes
I am wondering if anyone on this forum has dealt with feeling like they despise or feel disgusted by high energy sexuality and sexual personalities I tend to feel really triggered by highly sexual women and I'm not sure if it's because I am afraid of my own potential bisexuality or the aspect of my life or if I am not very sexual at all and I feel shame about that.
I don't have much to say especially since I already wrote this entry once and then my phone died :P but I feel I need to share my insights anyways so I don't forget or lose them. I was not intending to have an orgasm but because we were low on time and did have not enough time for a sustained relaxed interaction I "wanted more" and had a small orgasm.
I have been reading here since about 2012, and been in a couple of relationships since that time. One was with what I feel was a sociopath, and one was just brief and probably with a relatively normal person who would never go near karezza.
This is what I see culminating with Marnia's and Diana's work. What we are seeing is what is next, what is after the sex we have known.
Its a first go at my own video...
Hope you enjoy. Let me know your thoughts.
This is a sprawl note that I made in my cell phone after a realization about orgasms and their influence on worsening emotional exchanges between my partner and I.
So in light of being away from my partner for 1.5 months and I will still be away for another month, I had some pleasurable thoughts and decided to have an orgasm..
"90 Days of Not Asking" Done! there were some failures but many lessons learned.
Wow it's been 5 years since I blogged on reuniting.info about my experiences, and since then it seems like an entire subculture has sprung up around this stuff, including TED talks and various online forums. I've been looking at the nofap community, and it's great to see this stuff starting to enter the mainstream consciousness in a very real way. I was talking to my brother about the nofap movement the other day, and he's trying it himself, after going through various issues with sex and relationship. Then it occurred to me, that this is where my recovery all began.