I noticed recently that I've struggled to regulate some of those modestly risky behaviors. In particular, the urge to check people out in public -- I haven't done as well resisting that impulse over the past week or so. I think part of me is justifying it by pointing out that I've been experiencing some return to normalcy, especially in the sexual department with my wife. That being said, there are two reasons I'd like to curb this behavior. Firstly, I've discovered that it can be a slippery slope for me; at the very least, I've done a much better job keeping it under control over the past several months, and that has corresponded with one of my cleanest recoveries, in terms of mitigating the higher-risk behaviors and keeping intense cravings to a minimum. I believe there's a direct causal link, but even if there's not, I'd like to take the approach of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." Secondly, I feel like I have always been the kind of guy that leers at women in an unsubtle way. I don't want to be that guy anymore, both out of respect for my wife, and also because I don't want to make those women feel uncomfortable. Maybe someday I won't have to worry about this so much; maybe the behavior won't carry the same risks for my addiction, and the occasional glance won't turn into indecent stares at every opportunity, but I haven't reached that point yet. I still have plenty of work to do, and that starts with policing myself in these instances.