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Discussion in 'Porn-Induced Sexual Dysfunctions' started by Despicable me, May 16, 2019.
Does anyone who had PIED, have recovered from it, and how long did it take?
Hey man, I have PIED and DE, but I noticed that when I did a week streak without PMO, seriously not watching at ANYTHING sexual and keeping my mind off even sexual fantasies, the sex with my partner was great. Maybe I take awhile to ejaculate, even if he gives me a handjob, but for me it is a great victory.
Good for you. My situation is a bit tifferent. Dont have a partner and the idea of trying with someone makes me anxious. I broke up with my ex 6 years ago (well she left and got herself a new guy in a month), and after that its downhill. Totally broke me. I felt aroused every time when I was around her, but nowdays thats gone allso. Found a woman (well she found me), but shes married and thats against my morals, so no sex with her. We've kissed couple of times, but no erections. Im not going all in allso, afraid and morals and overthinking. F*****g mess. Giving up hope allready. I was on no PMO for 13days (relapsed yesterday), but still no improvent. Maybe with trustworthy partner whome you love it would be different. Dont know.
Just keep going on. I have a really bad moment in my relationship, my bf is seeing someone else (not for relationship but he told me they did something) and I know that part of the problem is me not initiating sex, not wanting him in a sexual way. That gets me in a depression which leads me to relapse (this morning). BUT I want to keep going, not for him but for me. Any relationship would have the same problem if I don’t get over it.
So DON’t stop, don’t give up. Relapse helps to understand the triggers, the reasons of PMO as only way to overcome bad feelings. Morals are a good thing, but I guess in your case having sex with a married woman she is the one who goes against morals. You go against YOURSELF, and you should become a little egoistic in this healing process and give a fuck about others going against morals.