I realized many years ago I "can't" quit porn, and I have tried to quit porn a thousand times, always updating my strategy in order to not fail again. Still, I eventually relapse. Sometimes I wonder if I don't have enough motivation (after the post-relapse dissappointment fades) since I do not struggle with depression or sexual incapabilities. The problem for me is that my inability to stop make me feel shame, frustration and hopelessness time after time. I also think it lowers my experience of life. I haven't told anyone I know about this. Not family members, not my girlfriend, or any other friend. Once, when my friend was drunk, he told me he think that porn had destroyed his brain. I almost said something then. The reason I don't tell anyone is because of the shame. Had I been addicted to alcohol it would've been easier to tell I think. But porn? People don't even think it is addictive. There's no AA for porn. It sounds like a poor excuse for not wanting to stop masturbate all the time. Question: Do you think I need to tell someone about my addiction? Is it possible to beat PMO without draging someone I know into this?