I found NoFap a few months ago. I joined up right away. This was something I had not tried yet on my journey of recovery from PMO addiction. I had 18 months P-free over a year ago. I got blindsided by some family drama with my parents and my siblings. In my sadness and pain, I turned back to PMO at that time. I have been trying to rebuild what I lost ever since. It took me about a year to get back to the place where I was serious enough to seek out real help and real change. That is when I joined NoFap. Two things were different for me this time: I committed to no M, which was a new goal. Even during my 18 months of no P, I would still occasionally M. After reading on here, I realized that was probably not the mist helpful practice. So, I decided I would commit to no PM, reserving O strictly for times with my wife. The second change was that I started a few AP relationships where we check in with each other every day. This was also new to me. I had been part of 12-step style groups before, but never one that was dedicated to PMO. So, I was around empathetic addicts and learned a lot from them, but I was never able to share with someone who understood my issues specifically. It has been really, really powerful to have both of these factors in operation for me this time around. The first 60 days were very tough. But the daily check-ins with my APs helped a lot. It was so freeing to be able to talk openly and honestly with them about urges and temptations. They got it, because they wrestle with it, too. Today is Day 100 on no PM for me. I know I am only one wrong decision away from chucking it all out the window again. I plan to keep my AP network in place for the long haul. I have also started interacting with APs on Discord and over WhatsApp. That real-time connection has also been very helpful to me. And I continue to learn from and be encouraged by this great community every day. I am forever grateful to the founders of NoFap. This place was a much-needed lifeline for me. I know it is the same for many others. I recently became a supporting member of the site, because I want to put some money into something that is doing so much good for so many. I hope NoFap stays around for a long time and helps many other people just like it has done for me. Now onwards to Day 200 -- and beyond!