First of all, let me make it clear. Nofap.com is probably the best forum i have ever been on and Mr.Alexander Rhodes has done great work by making it. Of all the forums i have ever been on, nowhere have i seen more empathy and understanding of one other. I hope that never changes. My question, is an honest question and in no way meant to be accusatory or blaming to anyone,esecially not Nofap.com/Mr.Rhodes. Over and over again i and am sure many others, have come across hundreds (or thousands) of guys suffering from severe effects due to overmasturbation. This issue is related to porn but is way bigger then porn. The effects of overmasturbation are so severe and so so physical,they cannot be all logically related to porn at all. I don't know if my story matters, but i personally started suffering from overmasturbation effects way before i got into porn. I use the term overmasturbation repeatedly because there is no clear distinction when you start feeling physical impacts,commonly called sexual exhaustion (probably after a lot of fapping(2-3 times a day) for 2-3 years commonly) and as with a lot of people,not at all. This does not mean that they are invulnerable to its effects though. Anyway getting back to the topic, My point is that over and over again there are doctors,psychologists,peers encouraging us to fap without feeling guilty and state that it has no bad effects, on the contrary is healthy and beneficial. This is how most guys, who just hit puberty and discovered masturbation are told and consequently, some of them end up sexually exhausting themselves, before even they have really been with a real person and ventured out into the real world. I am aware that masturbation is a part of growing up, for a person to discover their sexuality in a healthy manner. All i am saying is that shouldn't the notion "Masturbation is completely healthy and beneficial to health" be changed and a more realistic "Masturbation is healthy within certain limits" and making aware that there is a certain limit after which it can debilitating and seriously impact one's health be there?