Nofap: How to Overcome a Porn Addiction (Part 2)

Well guys, here’s the follow up to my first nofap article.

 

Looking back, I realize now that first article is great for RECOVERING from a porn addiction, not necessarily overcoming one. Let’s change that.

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Socializing For Introverts (Update)

Socializing for introverts, continued. In the first part, I said that the secret to socializing for introverts is to listen well, encourage the other person to talk about themselves, and remember people’s names. Well, here’s some more tips:

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Improve Eyesight Naturally (Part 2 of 2)

Part 1 of my Improve Eyesight Naturally series briefly went over the science behind bad eyesight, the reason for the epidemic of nearsightedness in the modern day, and ways of naturally raising the enjoyment-motivation neurotransmitter dopamine.

 

Part 2 of my Improve Eyesight Naturally series will go over if carrots are really good for your eyes and how video games can improve eyesight.

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Improve Eyesight Naturally (Part 1 of 2)

My eyesight is bad. I’ve had to wear glasses since the age of 6. I spend 99% of my waking hours wearing glasses, and I literally don’t notice them anymore.

 

I’m nearsighted, which means I have trouble seeing things that are far away. You can probably imagine how that’s an issue for driving a car, being in a class, watching a movie, or even just walking around.

 

For the last 17 years, I assumed there was no way to fix bad eyesight without laser eye surgery. But, that may not be true…

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Should You Stop Drinking Coffee?

Almost everyone you’ve met and will ever meet drinks coffee. I myself have written quite a few blog posts on caffeine and how to maximize its benefits. Now, I’m doing a complete 180 and saying that maybe you should stop drinking it… sounds legit, right?

 

But in all seriousness, coffee is a great drink. It’s a useful tool for boosting physical and mental performance and productivity. I personally love coffee. But I decided to stop drinking it for a week to see how I’d react. I had some withdrawal symptoms the first 3-4 days, like headaches and low energy. But, it showed me the bad habits I’d been masking.

 

Depending on how you use coffee, you should consider not drinking it, even if it’s only for a brief time. Just to reevaluate your lifestyle habits.

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