A member on the Christian forum has written so: '' We often have the knowledge needed to break this addiction. We usually have the knowledge necessary for avoiding relapses and staying on track. But for some reason we don't always apply our knowledge practically. And this is strange, very strange.'' In my opinion, the statement above is false. What I believe it should be is this: We often lack the knowledge required to overcome this addiction. It may seem like we possess it, but we frequently lack the practical understanding needed to prevent relapses and stay on the right path. What we usually have is a mixture of partially effective methods, which are often incomplete. We do not know what is truly essential and should be done consistently versus what is less important and merely supplementary. Consequently, it's not surprising that only few people achieve freedom from pmo. If we knew from the beginning what to do and how to do it, the only thing lacking would be our commitment and effort. This would lead to many more individuals successfully overcoming their addiction.