I'm going to re-define my goals I think. As I noted above, I've been engaging in 'seeking behavior' for a while now. I don't know what impact that has on rebooting, but it can't be positive. I felt before that I was sleeping better because of no PMO (as I defined it). I'm not sleeping now. While I've been successfully having sex again, and, admittedly, that's huge, I'm not back to normal, I don't think. So, I'm going to try to up the terms of the Rx. I'm going to do my best to avoid anything online which is intended, primarily, to sexually arouse me. This will be as hard to do as it is to define. If I get back to where I want to be, then, as Toby Zeigler says in the West Wing pilot, lug wrenches will turn my mind to lust. I think that, for a while, at least, I'm going to try to use the internet only for work. I may watch something on netflix (West Wing for example.... ) to help me fall asleep, but I'm going to try to stay away from fb and no more searching for racy pics/movies. I've been rationalizing that if I'm not M to them and they're not extraordinarily provocative that they're not having a big affect on me. I'm not sure that's true. I'm going to take the next few days to see if there's a difference in some of the ways there ought to be differences: sleep, engagement with work, with other people, frequency of erections. I've been spending an hour or more altogether the last few days looking online for things which fall only technically outside my parameters of unacceptable behavior. I mean now to live the spirit of the law. Let's see.