Thanks for taking the time to respond I totally get your point, but to me a 'happy place' is not a happy place per se. When I use the term 'happy place' I don't see it as two seperate words, but as one expression that although it might contain the word happy, is nothing but an escape from reality. And while I don't think all 'happy places' are bad (I love getting lost in books and perhaps meditation in a way is also a happy place), this one I do consider rather unhealthy. I guess you might sense an a hint of regret in 'Farewall Happy Place', but there is absolutely none. Besides that, if I would call it 'Farewell Falsehood' I personally think I would downplay the problem. There is a reason why I kept coming back to porn and chances are will a few times more: as a whole visiting this particular 'happy place' is self-destructive, but I can not deny the fact that there is something there that temporarily makes me feel good. There is still a part of me that every now and then believes watching porn is the best choice I could make at that moment. And that part of me is the thing I need to learn to deal with. If I would call it 'Farewall Falsehood' to me that's pretty much the same doing an ostrich and sticking my head in the sand. Perhaps it's something that works for others, but I have this really annoying mind that simply doesn't work like that.