Hey Luke, good to have you back! Regarding the blockers, safe browsing and whatnot, I've come to the conclusion that they can be a major help but it wouldn't be advisable to depend on them in order to beat the addiction. I started rebooting without any blockers or protection. After a while, I stumbled into a part of reddit by accident that I didn't know existed beforehand (I had never been a redditor but during that time, I was reading the MMA sub a lot). So there was a lot of porn and fetish subs of general fetishes, like you could find anything and I found something that played right into the hands of my addiction. During that time, I was clean for a month or two. So, when I discovered that place I had to act and my solution was to put a blocker in place. The blocker is up and running to this date. I could get around it easily but just putting the blocker in place eased my mind a lot and took my thoughts away from it. It was like making a definite commitment to myself that I'm not going to that place anymore. Ever since, I have quit reddit for good and added a few other sites. It's a bit like fooling oneself but it definitely worked for me. So, I totally agree that they can't be the solution for quitting the addiction but they can work like some sort of a scaffold that keeps the whole building standing until all the nooks and crannies are fixed and the house is stable on its own again. In hindsight, I'm really happy, I made the decision to set up the blocker because that was a really critical moment during my reboot that could have derailed everything. Take care!