Thanks for your thoughts, Rudolph. I did used to write, a lot. I basically spilled out all of my history with porn, pain, depression, my sexuality, dealing with my emotions, and my years of loneliness in a notebook. And that helped a lot. I found it one of the most therapeutic exercises I've ever done, but that was four years ago, and I throw the notebook away thinking that I didn't need it anymore because it one point I went on a streak of 150 days or so and thought I'd cracked it. Now I just feel so stuck in my routine that I don't give myself time to write, I always find myself rushing from one thing to the next. And no time to think. So maybe I should start that up again. Accountability partner would also help, but I'm not sure I like the idea of giving an app all of my browsing data. It seems a bit intrusive, whereas what I really want to feel is free from all this stuff, not to be trapped by it. I would love to read some success stories again. For those people who really kicked the habit, what worked for them? Did they use blockers? Streaks? Was it more of a mindset change? I haven't read a success story in a long time so maybe I need to start re-evaluating what I'm doing and learn from people who have done it best.