Why The People Of NoFap Become Successful


When you go to your favorite restaurant after a hard long days of work and you take that first bite into your favorite meal you feel great. When you get an amazing grade
after studying for that exam that you pulled two all nighters for you feel amazing. And
when you get that promotion that you’ve been eyeing at for a couple of years already, you
feel phenomenal. But even when you open up your laptop and you go on some raunchy website,
and you masturbate to porn, you feel good too. These are all rewards. But the thing
about the act of PMO (watching porn, masturbating, and eventually reaching orgasm) that separates
itself from the rest of the crowd , is the fact that you don’t really have to work for
it. It is virtually effortless to obtain. Let’s put things into perspective. In order
to get that satisfying feeling that comes with getting a good grade, you have to go
to class. You have to take semi-decent notes. And eventually you have to study. This requires
a significant amount of time and effort. Watching porn on the other hand is easy. You open up
your laptop and you click your mouse a couple of times until you find a video that you like.
And instantaneously you can reward yourself with pleasure. On top of that, porn and masturbation
triggers one of the most powerful and pleasureful rewards your body can naturally give itself,
the orgasm. It’s a reward that is normally only achievable by meeting a potential mate,
coming off as an attractive mate, and eventually growing the balls to make a move and having
sex. Nowadays it’s available at the click of a button. If you could get an A on any
test by just clicking a button would you ever put in the time to study? If you could lose
weight or gain muscle with the click of a button, would you ever go to the gym? Would
you ever adjust your diet? If you could get any girl or guy with the click of a button,
would you go out and socialize? Would you try to make yourself more attractive? Would
you even approach members of the opposite sex? See people who masturbate and watch porn
a lot often report lower levels of motivation and energy. This is because one of the most
pleasurable things in nature is already in arms reach, at the CLICK OF A BUTTON. There’s
been a movement in the past couple of years that’s gathered a lot of momentum going on
called the NoFap movement. It’s members try to resist the temptations of porn and masturbation
, that is literally plastered all over the place in modern society. The majority of it’s
members who stop PMO for over 30 days have reported some of the following benefits. Increased
levels of motivation. Increased energy levels. And increased confidence in social interactions.
See when you tell your body that, “No, you’re only ever going to get this tasty, beautiful,
pleasureful reward if you actually go out there and earn it,” your body will start to
adjust so that it becomes possible. It’s going to give you the energy and the motivation
that you need for that journey. So stop rewarding yourself today for doing absolutely nothing
and you will see a change. And it’s not just watching porn that can have this effect. There’s
other rewards out there that can have a similar detrimental effect to your lifestyle. Things
like sugary foods, video games, drugs, and even alcohol. These things are all forms of
instant gratification. They’re to easy to obtain and they provide short bursts of pleasure.
And the reason people who do NoFap find themselves on the path of success or on a path of upward
growth, is not just because they don’t watch porn or masturbate. It’s actually because
they’ve retaught themselves how to put in TIME and EFFORT before reaping REWARDS. To
put in work in order to succeed. To exercise in order to feel healthy. To study in order
to feel smarter. To meditate in order to feel happier and many other examples. What members
of NoFap are actually doing, is they’re forcing themselves TO SUCCEED in order to FEEL PLEASURE.
When you reward yourself for doing nothing all of the time, you’ll find that your mentality
will be just like that of a dog who is given too many treats. Lazy and Unmotivated. Ask yourself this: AM I REWARDING MYSELF ALL THE TIME FOR DOING ABSOLUTELY NOTHING?

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