Hi All, I'm long time follower of the NoFap community but a first time poster. I am 26 year old male who's been struggling with porn addiction for about the last 10 years in that time I've tried to give up PMOing on a 100+ occasions with success ranging from 32 days abstinence to just a couple of hours. I've decided to post my latest attempt as well share some tips that I hope will help other people not repeat the same mistakes I've made. 1. Appreciate that there is probably a reason why you are PMOing. Like most addictions there is probably an underlying reason why you are turning to PMO, in my own experience I found after the initial good affects of abstaining wears off and the grind of daily life comes back I often find I simply can't cope with life and crave PMO just to give me some relief (however fleeting) from the pain I'm experiencing. Be prepared when undertaking NoFap to also do the work on yourself, the porn addiction is often just the symptom of some deeper issues in your life. 2. Triggers. Try to keep a track of triggers that result in the urge to PMO or substances that lead to PMO, for me it happens to be alcohol and cocaine, after a night out when I'm feeling hungover I often find myself feeling sorry for myself and as a result overwhelmed with urges to PMO. By keeping track of this trigger I've come to realise if I want the best chance of success I need to remove these habits from my life. 3. Routine, Routine, Routine. If you want to have any chance of success work out a routine. Plan your day from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed. Keeping yourself occupied with Tasks and chores will stop boredom setting in which often leads to PMO. 4. Exercise. Linked to point number 3 you should try and plan an element of exercise each day that suits your level of fitness, this way you're out of the house away from distractions, expending energy and hopefully tiring yourself out enough to make sure you sleep well at night. More and progress tips to come over the following weeks and thank you to everyone who is part of the community.