http://www.substance.com/most-peopl...ow-out-of-it-why-is-this-widely-denied/13017/ Interesting ideas from Maia Szalavitz. Thoughts: The article mentions '9 to 5 employment' structure as something associated with self recovery. This rings true to my experience. My job performance is fine. Porn and laziness mostly seem to affect other stuff in my life, stuff with no external structure. Like dating. Maybe I need to put more structure into the way I approach that. What if growing older is naturally related to developing stronger willpower? It seems to be. Young adults are more impulsive. Older people are, hopefully, wiser. So a stronger ability to overcome addictive behaviours may well spontaneously develop with age. This should be a source of hope! Folk who most easily manage to quit porn won't bother to come to a forum like this. They might not consider themselves to have an 'addiction'. But we might be able to learn from their 'recovery' experience anyway.