AVOID ANY KIND OF AROUSAL DURING RECOVERY

Sexual Reboot Forum AVOID ANY KIND OF AROUSAL DURING RECOVERY

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    Luther

    And I would say for ever, if you are alone. Because when you recover (may God let you recover 100% from this) you will like to keep your LIMITATED sexual energy for sex right? Or for living, because, yes, sexual energy is indeed, general energy and well being.

    I was becoming aware of what what Dr. Quack Lin said in actionlove about how sexual arousal without ejaculation is actually really harmful but after reading this it become obvious to me.

    http://www.library.ayurvediccure.com/over-masturbation/questions/drippy-problem.htm

    Just a few hours ago I tried to get an erection in the bathroom, and I got a very soft one. I wasnt aroused (my libido is vanished these months), maybe a very little bit. Anyway, like one hour later I went to the bathroom again and urinate, and I got seminal leakage (not much I think)

    So, everyting fits.

    Because I got some percent of arousal, I got some seminal leakage later.

    From my point of view, erections and arousal are only good when you are actually going to F*ck or in morning wood (without arousal). If you are getting a spontaneous erection, thats GREAT but please walk away from the stimulus because it is harming you no doubt.

    I you are actually getting aroused and you overmasturbated for years you can be sure that you will leak semen. It is important to notice that an erection is not always accompanied by arousal.But I think that an erection means for the body some kind of arousal, so I advice to avoid holding them too much if you are not gonna do anything with it

    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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