Attribute Success to a Change in Psychology

Sexual Reboot Forum Attribute Success to a Change in Psychology

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    Today I would describe myself has being ‘healthy’, however i would not have done so a year ago. I would not say that the journey has only been a year long, and like many of the forum users i have been making amendments and changes to my personal strategy for a long period of time. For me this has been 3 years, since i began to experience sexual dysfunction with a girlfriend at the time. Over this period i have had minor successes, relapses and finally an epiphany with my discovery and use of the ‘Super sex Smoothie’.

    I detail my recipe for the ‘Super sex Smoothie’ in the Diet/Lifestyle pages on this forum. However on its own, without fundamental psychological changes, the application of this smoothie will have limited effect. The fundamental changes i talk about have been mentioned many times on this forum, and i think the two most important, which are tied to each other, are reducing sexual practices to what may be considered a ‘normal’ level, and reduce visual sexual stimulation to an anomaly.

    My ‘Peaking of the Strategy’ is personal to me, and you may not experience the dramatic changes i have. However if you wish to attempt it i have detailed a rough outline of my Strategy No. 4.

    (1) Complete aversion to visual sexual stimulation (other than actual sexual intercourse with a partner)

    (2) Drink a glass of the ‘Super sex Smoothie’ twice a day (morning and early evening).

    (3) Abstain from sexual practices for 14 days (the ‘starve’)

    (4) Return to sexual practices at a reduced level (a rough guide is one emission a week for a period of 2 months)

    (5) Drink copious amounts of water, and avoid high fructose corn syrup drinks, ie Coke, Pepsi etc.

    I actually abstained for 28 days over a year ago, which turned a corner, however i feel that a period of 14 days to allow your body recovery time would be sufficient, as long as when you return to sexual practices you approach this with a new psychology. Sexual practice should be an enjoyable event, for example on your back, in the knowledge you will not be disturbed. Lasting longer than 15 minutes will assist in amending adaptions your body may have made, and which are causing premature ejaculation. As mentioned in my ‘Strategy No.4, i generally have a sexual emission once a week, unless having sexual intercourse with a partner. Without visual sexual stimulation i am at a point where if i’m really horny, and can’t avoid it i have a sexual emission, otherwise i don’t think about it, this is usually once a week (although i do wake most mornings with wood).

    There is another way that you can stop porn addiction, chronic masturbation and recover your sexual health without fighting it with willpower. With the right mindset you won't even relapse. You can learn more about the recovery program here

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