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Dieselnoi's self-control and NoFap

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Hi. Everyone here knows how fucking strong in every way Dieselnoi is, eating only one spoon of rice a day during a weight cut. Self control is something I've struggled with all my life, since I was a kid eating 3 plates of food when I was supposed to lose weight, to now having an addiction to sexual satisfaction and alcohol. Like Keto, NoFap improves it.

I came across a "book", actually a compilation of posts of a Chinese man who cured his GAD ( general anxiety disorder) and addiction to porn, alcohol, and food, he studied traditional Chinese medicine and Buddhism, eventually making it to 6+ years clean, cured his GAD with traditional medicine and training. He has like 75000 posts and messages on different chinese social networks.

What does everyone think? Everyone should read at least a couple of paragraphs

Rebooting as the Best Remedy (seasons 1-40).pdf

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