That's good to hear Sammy. It's good you take it so seriously. Sometimes I don't see it that way, and that's when I lose my step. I was studying today, and I came across theories of behavioral change. I was thinking maybe we could do this as a group excercise. One theory (Stages of change) talks about how behavioral change does not happen in one step, and in actuality, there are may more. 1. Precontemplation: We do not see our behavior as a problem 2. Contemplation: Acknowledges that our behavior is a problem, but we aren't ready to confront it. 3. Preparation/Determination: Getting ready to confront our problem 4. Action/Willpower: Changing our behavior 5. Maintenance: Maintaining changed behavior 6. Relapse. Also, another talks about behavioral change in terms of motivation. Behavioral Change has to be determined and purposeful. Our motivation stimulates a person to act on our needs. 1. Needs + Goals provide motivation 2. Short range goals are more easily achieved 3. Goals should be attractive/attainable 4. Goals directed activity is necessary for learning. So one thing I thought we could do as a group is consider our motivation for quitting PMO. Can we as a group answer these questiosn? 1. What is your motivation for quitting PMO? 2. Something difficult about this behavior is that we are trying to STOP, and not START something. So we have to learn how to recognize and channel our urges to PMO into something else. What do you want to achieve in your life with the energy you usually put towards PMO?