How my everything shifted when I quit porn

Before quitting porn, my headspace was a mess compared to where I’m at now.

Here’s how it used to be:

Before Quitting:

– I’d watch porn regularly, maybe not every day, but often enough.

– Trying to quit was like a broken record. I’d get hyped up, then inevitably slip back into it within two weeks.

– Every time I felt that urge, I panicked, knowing a slip was coming.

– After a slip, I’d be filled with self-hatred, even thoughts of ending it all.

– I was paranoid about someone finding out, always cleaning my devices but still worried.

– Keeping it from my partner just added another layer of shame and secrecy.

– Shame and embarrassment were my constant companions.

Life was pretty miserable back then.

After Quitting:

– Now? I don’t give a damn about porn. Seriously, it means nothing to me.

– Even if I stumble across it, it’s like watching bad acting. I wonder why I ever cared.

– Fear of relapse? Gone. I’m not even sure I was ever really addicted.

– I’ve had moments where I started to watch and just thought, “Nah, not worth it,” and walked away.

– Masturbation without porn? Totally normal. No guilt.

– I’ve embraced the idea that nobody’s perfect, and there’s no such thing as failure.

– If I ever slip up again, I know I can stop. It’s not as hard as it seemed.

– My confidence is through the roof now.

 

Life is AWESOME once you quit! 

You still have ups & downs of course but living PORN FREE is AMAZING! 

It’s so much easier without this huge weight on my back! 

 

If you’re stuck in that same cycle and want out, I’ve been there, and I can help you break free. 

Let’s change your mindset together!

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