Hi, guys, how are you? I'm from Brazil and now I'm 28 years old. So, I'd like to ask sorry if some of the terms I used weren't common once English isn't my first language. As far as I remember, I used to PMO since 15 years old, so there are at least 13 years of addiction. My life was normal, but I used PMO in order to relief from the problems of each day. Also, I haven't had success with women at all, and that made this cycle increase in some periods of my life. In some points, the addiction changed to HOCD, and I used to chat with transexual and crossdresser in internet rooms - though it's against my sexual orientation. Despite the PMO cycle, I could reach my undergraduation and Mastering courses in Chemical Engineering. Now I'm on my Doctorate. But, honestly, I don't know how I could get so far, because I used to PMO most of the decisive times of my life - before a presentation, a test, or a date. Well, I feel that if I get rid of PMO my life can be better. Before forum, I made a 49 day streak - from September to October 2020, and it was really good - the HOCD decreased a lot. But November and December weren't so nice for me, I could reach only 3 days of no-PMO at maximum. One thing that helped me on this semester was to see a therapist, but I'll improve day by day. Some points I'd like to remark on this process. - I'll write every single day of this process - the other time it helped me. - Avoid people who didn't trust in my recovery process - some friends told me that the reboot idea was crazy. - Try to evaluate 4 aspects each day: sleeping, mood, concentration and urges (from 0 to 10). - Practice at least 5 min of meditation every day. - Exercise at least 3 times a week. Just to conclude, I was overweight until july 2019. I had 108 kg and 1.73 m on january 2019. I decided to change my habits on food and I lost 33 kg. Now I'm 75 kg since december 2019. However I can tell you that PMO addiction is much worse than food addiction. But I'll win.