Trapped, something just clicked in me. Could it be that our low energy, fatigue be the result of life dissatisfaction? Titan mentioned fully living one's life, and I think it ties in. This is something you mentioned recently, when you commented on wanting to do things before your thirties melt away. I identify completely with the above and realize that pangs of anxiety will sometimes come and go. Will I ever reach my potential? Will I one day be happy? Will I ever figure out the kind of work I was meant to do? Will I find a good match and live a harmonious relationship with her? I realize that NOT acquiring some or all of these can lead to stress building up over time. And as we've learned to self-medicate with porn as a way to escape such concerns, we never quite learned to live life by squarely inviting these worries to dance. All along, we've been doing the best thing we knew that kept us happy. Porn was the great illusion, as you know. Confronting these tough life questions sure seems like a lot of unpleasant business, but if we risk FACING them, then I believe the promise of happiness lies at the other end. I guess what I really mean to say is to listen to your heart first. Toss the second-guessing aside and take the risk anyway. I think this is the crucial step, because only then we start to really live life, with the ups and downs, the yeses and the nos.