Reboot question for those exposed to porn before puberty

Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by Renewd_mind20, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. Renewd_mind20

    Renewd_mind20 Fapstronaut

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    So im 31 and was exposed to porn around ten yrs old , its been downhill from the beginning bringing me to the darkest urges one can have in this addiction. .
    From what ive read i gather rebooting is diffferent for everyone taking anywhere from 3 months to a year or more.
    My question is, for someone whos been exposed as early as myself and addicted so long ,whats a rough estimate of how long i should go without PMO before i can cut down to just no PM?!
     
  2. soberhenry

    soberhenry Fapstronaut

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    I don't think it's as straight forward as that. I have been trying to quit for over a year now. I initially made it 90 days with no pm. Then Came a few relapses here and there and then a brief stint of falling back into my old ways and binging. The guilt really drove me to try harder and I have been pretty good this year. I will still find myself googling things I know I shouldn't but I haven't full on endulged in porn in 2019. You really have to pay attention to your habits and true intentions. The easiest person to fool is yourself. My advice it to really study yourself every time you slip up. Think about why you did it. Cutting out the O might help you initially to get started but it won't result in a set recovery timeline. When you bring it back into your life your still probably going to have to deal with issues that pop up because of it. Just learn from your mistakes and don't give up.
     
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  3. Renewd_mind20

    Renewd_mind20 Fapstronaut

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    Thanks man ,i make a point of tweaking my reboot every time ive relapsed to try not making the same mistakes .I always seem ti make new mistakes though lol at least i did, but feel reallyyy good this time around. Taking an approach of renewing how i view things like women and sexuality and healing past trauma . Hopeful it willbring lasting change
     

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