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Old 02-10-2008, 03:32 PM   #1
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Absolutely must stop wet dreams for a time.

Hello all.

Basiclaly to make a long story short by body has become physiologically addicted to orgasm because of years of unskillful living and overuse of pornography. I have broken free of the addiction in the past it took about 2 months orgasm free before compulsive urge subsided, but after some months I relapsed into addictive pattern and it returned full force.

So this time around I am trying to abstain again but wet dreams keep renewing the addiction and every answer I try to find is people saying that there is no way to avoid wet dreams. The longest I have gone without wet dream is 3 weeks this time around whereas the 1st time around I had none and I really dont know what to do. Please dont respond about how theres nothing one can do, if you have a suggestion great otherwise plz dont respond. Bottom line is I need to give my brain a break and recondition it to be orgasm free for a tiem before slowly rebuilding a healthy sexuality. Help plz.

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Old 02-10-2008, 07:46 PM   #2
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Re: Absolutely must stop wet dreams for a time.

It's like asking for help not urinating for a month. Urination is a basic necessity. No matter how much you might dislike it, you have to do it. Wet dreams are your body's way of fulfilling another necessity of life, sex. You can try to cut down the frequency by masturbation. But if you try to ignore it completely, your body must have a way to release sexual tension.

Instead of quitting completely, its better to just reduce your masturbation frequency to the point where wet dreams don't happen.

But no matter what, it makes no sense to deny your body's basic functions.

 
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