I'm a 55 year old who has never posted anything of any kind online, so this is a bit of a leap for me, but I've been catching many of your stories on this great site, and as a fellow addict, this does feel like the right thing to do. Just finished the audiobook version of "The Will Power Instinct", which I highly recommend, and one of the tenets in the book is that you can rarely go it alone and succeed. A tried and true method of helping your cause is to "go public", whether it be with family, friends, or whomever will listen to and support you. I've shared with one family member (my brother) and a few close friends, and none of that was easy, as they have all experienced porn but don't exactly know what I'm going through - they're not as deep into this as I am. But by listening to me, I do believe they all realize how vulnerable they are to this scourge, and I sure hope they at least curb their usage if not totally give it up. I'll gladly be the guinea pig and share with them what has worked for me and what hasn't. My tipping point was ED. Few things in my life have been as devastating as experiencing the embarrassment, disappointment and shame of not being able to perform in bed with a woman. My ex-wife caught me jerking once, and that was a pretty close second. It also started a distrust that never really disappeared, though our marriage lasted for many years after that- but I might as well have had an affair. Since my divorce 5 years ago I've been intimate with 4 women, and every time I could not produce (or at least maintain) wood if my life depended on it. Ouch. Until the fourth one, I explained them all away: first one was performance anxiety (don't think so), second one too much alcohol (maybe), third one wasn't that turned on by her...etc. My excuses ran out after the fourth one - I knew it was time to either see a shrink or somehow figure this mystery out on my own. But I did suspect that porn and MO had some part in it. So I was surfing Amazon for a self-help book on shaking the addiction, and read a comment by someone who said don't buy the book, log onto YBOP instead. That was 9 months ago. Totally opened my eyes. Everything made sense, the mystery of my ED was solved, and that should have been enough for me to quit cold turkey. But of course I didn't. I'm on my longest stretch now (14 whole days without P, M or O), which feels good. Really good. Keep up the good fight. You have everything to gain.