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  1. amit

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Thanks Sir for waking us up from this horrendous addiction. Indebted for life. You will be missed. RIP

  2. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Thank you Gary for helping young men around the world to better their lives. Rest in peace.

  3. Afonso Consoli

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Hi, I'm not a native English speaker so I might make one mistake or another, forgive me. Anyway, I can't tell you how many links had I read from YBOP. Litterally mpre than a hundred and I'll be grateful for Gray's and his wife's work all my life. Because I was addict to porn and Gary's work was a shinning light into my darkness and give me some of the tools which made me able to make my own light, and embrace my drakness and work on it. And ultimately, made possible for me to be happy again. To laugh, to cry, to get angry, to feel. Something that porn take away from me over the years but with effort I bring it back. I still got a lot of work to do, a lot to read, a lot to think, to know, to see and I'm working on all of it. But you people definitely changed my life. And I'm thankful for that. My sincere feelings to Gary's family and friends. I'll miss him too.

  4. Rajat Dey

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Gary's book 'Your Brain on Porn' really helped me to change my perception to Porn. I believe he has definitely helped many more teenagers to change their lives for the good before they fell to deep. May God rest his soul.

  5. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    This man changed my life ever since I first saw him on TED Talk. I stopped my porn addiction and everything from that moment on changed the way I live and how I see woman and sex. He lives on through the many millions of people he has helped. Eternally grateful!

  6. Marnia Robinson

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    "Nocturne"

    Listen here: https://youtu.be/y5beWOIecS4

    Lyrics:

    Now let the day
    Just slip away
    So the dark night may watch over you
    Velvet blue, silent true
    It embraces your heart and your soul
    Nocturne

    Never cry, never sigh
    You don't have to wonder why
    Always be, always see
    Come and dream the night with me
    Nocturne

    Have no fear
    When the night draws near
    And fills you with dreams and desire
    Like a child asleep
    So warm, so deep
    You will find me there waiting for you
    Nocturne

    We will fly, claim the sky
    We don't have to wonder why
    Always be, always see
    Come and dream the night with me
    Nocturne

    Though darkness lay
    It will give way
    When the dark night delivers the day
    Nocturne

    ~~~

    Dearest Wils, I love you and all you accomplished despite the obstacles in your path. Thank you for sharing your life with me. Smokey and I miss you. <3

  7. James Castillo Lopez

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    This man changed lives of many people having problems with porn, men and women.

    He explained what was wrong with excessive comsumption and how It changed the brain.

    The way he talked was captivating, well explained and motivating.

    He was basically ''our'' doctor in the NoFap community, he knew so much stuff about this subject.

    May he Rest in Peace. We will never forget him.

  8. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Gary Wilson, thank you for your dedicated research and sharing your knowledge to help educate this upcoming generation. It can be confusing to understand new technology, and your research has been a guiding light. Your contributions will not be forgotten. May you rest in peace.

  9. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Gary has spread so much awareness on the issue of porn and what it has done to millions in our society. His legacy will never be forgotten. Gary Wilson, you will die a legend.

  10. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Simply stated, Gary Wilson changed my life. For reasons unknown, I had harbored a weakness for pornography from an early age. When Internet pornography came into existence, I found it all but impossible to resist. With a simple explanation of what was happening in the brain, I was able to gain perspective on the process and effectively counteract the cycle in which I had been trapped.

    Now, in and of itself, deciphering this process was a major accomplishment on the part of Gary Wilson, but it doesn’t stop there. Gary Wilson saw fit to make this information readily available to others, and at no charge, via his website. Beyond that, he stood up to opposition from people that sought to mischaracterize his efforts as some sort of censorship.

    One significant element of Gary Wilson’s work was that he didn’t seek to moralize the problem. Instead, it was presented as simple, factual data, which explained why pornography could be addictive and he left the moral aspect of the matter to the individual. I never felt that I was being preached at, or condemned to shame, and absent this effect, I was able to deal with the matter without feeling the need to become defensive. In my case, the effects were almost immediate; from the first time I read the information on Gary’s site, to the point where is began to break the yoke of porn addiction was effectively instantaneous. I had moments of relapse, but meaningful progress began as soon as I visited Gary’s site.

    I mention this, only because it illustrates the power of accurate information. In my case, I had tried all sorts of approaches to combat the problem, but a simple explanation of how Dopamine works and how the decrease of Dopamine receptors occurs was enough to make sense of a phenomenon which had puzzled me for most of my life. In my case, anything even remotely pornographic seemed to alter my state of mind and I almost felt as if I was being led by pornography. That, the altered state of mind, was the enemy I fought. By understanding the role of Dopamine and Dopamine receptors in this process, I came to understand that this altered state of mind was an illusion caused by a reduction in Dopamine receptors. It was that simple, and it changed my life.

  11. Oscar

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Descanse en paz Gary Wilson
    Gracias a ti y a muchas personas que seguían tu trabajo hice uno de los cambios mas positivos en mi vida.

  12. Chris

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Thanks Gary. Though we didn't know each other you are an incredible human being and I am sure all the good you have done for us will be paid back tenfold.

  13. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Gracias por ayudar a tantas personas.

  14. Jannis Freistedt

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Wow... normally it does not really bother me when someone I've never met dies (like a movie star or a musician or so), but since I received the message that Gary died I am truly sad. Gary Wilson changed my life in a very, very profound way and I would not be the person I am today without him and his work.
    RIP Gary. Thank you for everything you did and my thoughts are with your loved ones.

  15. **inh

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    I am sorry for your loss. This is truly unexpected and no one ever wanted this to happen.
    May the God be with him, and with the ones who are reading this.
    Especially for his relatives. You guys need to stay strong, stay happy, and fight back Covid-19. He won't want you guys to be in a bad mood and bad shape.
    Peace out. I am also sorry for my bad English skills.

  16. Luis Herrero

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Usted me ha cambiado mi vida, sir Wilson, desde 2012. Nunca lo olvidaré. Siempre será parte de mí. Gracias infinitas por su vida. Descanse en paz.

  17. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    I just want to say a big THANK YOU to the late Gary Wilson, his TED talk really opened my eyes on the effects of pornography on the brain and the YBOP website is an excellent resource!
    I am truly grateful for all his research and wish his family and friends the best.
    I wouldn't have been the same man without you, THANKS!

  18. Alex

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    Thank you for raising the awareness of this issue so early on and as a legacy to your work i hope that we all continue to educate and challenge ourselves further and that we make others aware of the destructive nature of porn.

  19. Anonymous Comment

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    He was ahead of his time, and has undoubtedly saved many lives by bravely shining a light in such a dark place. I'm sure that many more lives will yet be saved by the legacy he leaves.

  20. Zareen & Rob Cope

    May. 22nd, 2021 Permalink

    We were so utterly gutted to hear of Gary's passing. Gary touched both our lives, not just in a professional capacity but also in a personal way, both through his compassion and his knowledge.

    If it had not been for Gary's help when we reached out, our film and our work would not have been what it is. Thanks to Gary, his input and his help connecting us with others, we are now educating parents who are taking active steps to protect their children from the harms that can arise from exposure to online pornography. He has helped to protect each and every one of them. We are eternally grateful for having met him.

    And we are honoured that we were able to spend time with him, Marnia, Arion, Noah & Gabe in Oregon in 2019. We enjoyed getting to know him personally and had a lot of fun and laughter playing mini-golf, axe throwing and eating good food.

    Gary's work and his dedication have been fundamentally game-changing for so many. It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to someone so badly needed in this world xxx

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