Hentai curse

Discussion in 'Pornography Addiction' started by Empath, Apr 27, 2018.

  1. Empath

    Empath New Member

    Hello,

    This is the second post I said I’d write today. I have some brainfog so I will list the main bullet points:

    -looked at Yoruneko extreme hentai several times before April 2010
    -I was dictating some answers to an exam question in early 2010 (don’t want to reveal too much about why), my mind wandered onto the hentai and then bystanders starting talking strangely, then I had a muscle spasm in my thigh (maybe a “second that emotion” situation?)
    -I have been transient in my county in the past and feel I have a bad reputation from this
    -I may have also carried the emotional imprint of the psychic pinching incident into other situations as I moved about
    -I had neighbour problems when this started
    -for whatever reason, I suddenly started getting a lot more thigh spasms
    -in September 2011, this evolved into much worse symptoms
    -now I can’t work so I receive financial aid
    -I would like to get cured and continue with an educational course I was on before these problems worsend again in late 2016
    -various symptoms (bad crotch tingling, brainfog, distress, stabbing pains, muscle spasms) are the main cause of me relapsing. If I didn’t have these problems, I honestly believe I would have gone from Day 100 when I relapsed, to Day 200 without relapsing or even edging
     
  2. themammothrept

    themammothrept Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Emapth, sorry to hear about your problems. I've spent time browsing hentai in my time as well. I would recommend cutting out anime entirely, especially if you watched anime of certain shows you like. That helped extremely in my case, and I found that even regular anime and its fan service was a trigger,

    Now, I wouldn't be so sure that all your symptoms are completely caused by porn addiction. Stabbing pains and muscle spasms are not typical symptoms of porn addiction. I would get yourself checked out by a doctor and rule out any physical causes.

    Hope this helps, and please keep in touch. Wish you the best on your journey.
     

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