My experience after 120 days hard mode: 1.- Any Super powers? Concentration. I'm currently studying two languages and the ability to focus on repetitive tasks is amazing. Memory is clear and intuitive, even if I've only seen a word once my brain already points in the right direction when seeing it again. I feel that if I clear all of the clutter in my life my brain will be a power house. So much room in my head cleared after giving up my main addiction. I also seem to have unlimited energy. At the end of the day I'm not tired. 2.- Anything going wrong? Anxiety. It builds and builds. But I'm being treated for that, it came before porn and is a medical condition. Hard mode isn't helping with that, orgasm being the body's most powerful natural sedative. It is, though, way better than porn, even though for most of my life I used porn to get rid of anxiety. 3.- Were all 120 days difficult? Not at all. For me, the worst was the first month or so. Headaches and cravings were unbearable. Could not sleep. Some people claim that for them up to day 60 is a struggle. But after that it becomes a breeze. The last 30 days have gone barely noticed. 4.- It takes more than gving up porn to develop super powers, right? It takes giving up your entire life of non-productivity and making your everyday into an adventure. I'm still struggling with giving up video games and this weird addiction I developed for divination and clairvoyance services online. But I've had small tastes of what life can be when fully productive. It feels like heaven on earth compared to being addicted. 5.- K9 Software? Get it. It's free. It's a gift from God. He believes in us, apparently, though some of us don't believe in him. 6.- What about reading on and on about nofap. For me, all I needed was on Reddit, yourbrainonporn and art of manliness' article on willpower. After you've compiled the information you need, you should go about about making your life easier, making the changes you need to make in the real world. You have to forget about NoFap sometimes. The reality of your life, the one you were escaping from, will at times hit you like a train, so now is the time to forget about everything porn related and just change your life. 7.- Sports, cooking, Bonding? Everything that releases dopamine is good. Find how the dopamine release system works and get to doing some of those activities. All of them if you can. Cravings just mean low dopamine, if you can keep your brain releasing dopamine while doing something else, your doing your soul a favor. 8.- On Finding others Find others. Could be accountability partners, or could just as well be people who are willing to improve their lives in other facets, but in the same measure as you are. You need the strenght and support of others, at least one, but you will, in time, develop a group of like-minded people. 9.- What If I keep relapsing? Am I the problem? Is something wrong with me? You are not the problem. You are just confused, you don't have enough information on addiction, on yourself, or on life. But don't turn this addiction into a flaw of character, don't mistreat yourself. You are only confused and as of right now are still a victim of your own mind-body connection. Don't punish yourself, one reaps the actions of one's own consequences, and they are punishment enough. 10.- Enjoy Life It's the one thing you can do to permanently get rid of cravings, it is your only hope and your final solution to your obstacles, your relapses (we relapse in other things, not just in porn), and you misery. So go ahead and follow your bliss, your gut, your whatever that gives you a sensation of freedom and tranquility. Bliss is the true solution to this. Jimmy Out. Hugs to you all.