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addicted from mastrubation

Hello everyone and good night. Well, my dear friend, you're in trouble. Honestly, although I masturbate, I do it not often, well, not more often than you)))) It's clear that this is a natural activity. But I like boys more than my hand))) Of course, I resort to the help of hands from time to time, but this is when I'm away from my boyfriend or for that period of my life and I do not have a partner. In short, every thing is good, when it is in moderation. Get out, otherwise it can happen that on the guys then there will not be a reduction, or it will quickly disappear if the penis realizes that this is not your hand.

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Joined: 01/16/2018 - 18:09
addicted from mastrubation

Masturbation is a natural and healthy behavior. Even if you masturbate often, you may not have an addiction. If you cannot control your thoughts or urges or if masturbation is preventing you from participating in school or work, it may be time to reach out for help. Don't feel ashamed, and remember that many people have similar problems. Seeking help is a brave action, and most people you ask will see it as such. Make an appointment with a medical professional. Counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists are all trained to help people with varying levels of addiction. Start by seeing a therapist in your area, who can assess your addiction and refer you to more specialized help if necessary.

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it is really needed to find

it is really needed to find some other way how to spend your time and energy. For example, you can play sports. It takes discipline and persistence to excel at a sport. Develop an interest like running or swimming, or a group sport like basketball,soccer,football or tennis. Also, any form of exercise will help you relieve tension, feel happier, and to make you focus on your physicality in a positive way. Yoga is another form of exercise that can help you feel more relaxed and less likely to feel the sudden urge to masturbate.
But tohether with it sometimes sexual relief is needed and in this case I think mastrubation is ok.

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You should ask your religious

You should ask your religious leader for guidance. If you belong to a church, consider asking your local clergy for help. Keep three things in mind: First, these people become part of the clergy because they're dedicated to helping their congregations.

Second, they've probably already assisted someone with a masturbation addiction before. Lastly, they're bound by strict confidentiality. Request a private appointment with your pastor, bishop, imam, rabbi, or other religious leader, and see if his or her advice can help you.

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I'm just sharing my thoughts

I'm just sharing my thoughts about this? People from all walks of life: the devoutly religious, atheists, agnostics, and people who are moderate in their belief system can find themselves smothered in self-hatred because they are addicted to masturbation and can’t stop. You might be thinking, “If I have a problem hating myself, how do I stop it?” I can tell you where to start:

Evaluate yourself the same way you would evaluate someone else who you were trying to be fair to. For instance, Paul is addicted to masturbation. He wants to stop. He has been trying ever since he was a teen.

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 it will get better. If you

 it will get better. If you have the faith that you can really find a way to stop your masturbation addiction, then you'll be able to do it. Maybe your goal isn't to stop masturbating completely, but just to limit your masturbation to a healthy amount, such as once or twice a day.

That's perfectly fine, too. If you have the belief that you really can win this battle, you'll be much more likely to succeed than if you're constantly second-guessing yourself.

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That's why we need teachers

That's why we need teachers who explain to us what is written in books and what we see around us. They help us to put together in our heads a complete picture of something, complementing our explanations with the knowledge we receive from books.

However, good books can also explain a lot, so independent learning can be no less, or even more effective, than teaching with the help of teachers. But provided that the books and other sources of information on which the person is studying, are really qualitative.

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 If a person is poor - I help

 If a person is poor - I help him improve his financial situation, if he is alone, I help him to find friends and a soul mate, and so on. In general, I help a person win where he needs to win. At the same time, we start the path to success with the very first steps that he can make, with the smallest but very important victories. Thanks to small victories, which later develop into great victories, people are gradually growing self-confidence, and therefore they themselves, without anyone's help, achieve success in a variety of matters, thereby increasing their confidence.

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When a person does not

When a person does not understand what, why and why he does, he can do such things that he himself will not be happy with them later. Acting unconsciously, a person acts like a dream, he does not understand anything, does not control anything, his behavior is primitive, spontaneous, chaotic, and often completely fails to meet common sense. It is clear that an unconscious person can easily betray anyone at any time, even the closest and most dear to him people, simply simply reacting in a primitive way to some situation that is conducive to betrayal. And interestingly, an unconscious person often does not even understand the awfulness of his treacherous act.

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Laziness is an instinctive

Laziness is an instinctive program of energy conservation, which is a derivative of the instinct of self-preservation, as well as an adaptive skill that allows you to adapt to situations that require passive behavior. And to some extent, laziness is even the engine of progress, as it helps people who do not want to strain physically - to think creatively very much, so that they can achieve maximum results with minimal energy expenditure. Here it is a question of mental tension, about wit, about the desire to do something in a new way, so as not to follow the path already traversed by someone - but to find one's own solution of a task or one's own way of life.

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