Gentlemen, today I am 8 months clean. I always mark the 18th day of the month. In four months I will be one year clean. No porn, no PMO, no MO. It can be done, if I can do it you can do it. The title of this thread is a quote by a hero of mine, Steve Prefontaine. You probably have never heard of Steve Prefontaine, but he was an American runner who died in a car crash in 1975, long before many of us here were even born. His philosophy of life was to put it all on the line, to leave it all on the track, to cross the line with no gas in the tank because it's all been burnt up in the race. Yes, I am a runner, and I admire his philosophy. For those of you quitting porn, let me say there is no middle ground. You have to absolutely quit it, get it out of your head out of your life. You have to quit it at a suicide pace; it has to go. It's going to hurt, but if you want to win this race, you have to leave it on the track. You cannot limp toward the finish line, you have to sprint it, even if it feels like it will kill you. It will not kill you, but it will hurt. If you are not willing to feel that pain, don't even bother starting the race. I want to see each and everyone of you here clean. Quit thinking about starting the race, and start it. Go!