Thank you for your thoughts. The sexual intimacy with my wife has improved as I'm able to better maintain erections and feel my libido has improved. Our relationship in general has improved as I find myself less reactive in disagreements as well.Hi man, regarding MO I don't see it as something negative per se. Ideally it is avoided but sometimes it is helpful.
What I am curios is with abstinence from P (which I think we all agree is very negative and damaging) but not abstinence from MO (I see it as neutral, it can be helpful if used wisely but can also very unhelpful). With 100+ days of abstinence are you finding your wife more attractive? Can relate more to your wife? Feel more connected?
I think this might be a good criteria to also evaluate P reboot/rewire process. Less objective that day counting.
Much of the endavoring in keeping MO in check is to keep accountable as this can lead me back to PMO. Also, I want to utilize the acetic nature of refraining from MO as a spiritual/disciplinary exercise.
I feel that my "recovery" from porn has improved my life in many ways. However motivation to report to RN, read and comment on others journey, and be more articulate in my healing has lagged. I want to recommit myself to doing this as I believe this is important.
Again, thank you for your thoughts and support. Hope you are doing well.