For me, the longest I've done without PMO is 39 days, which was pretty hard until I finally relapsed. Why is it so much easier for some to go weeks or months without PMO than others? Sometimes when I see people go 180 days, for example, without PMO, it seems kind of far-fetched. I don't believe it. I can barely survive 30 days which I've done 3 times. I just don't get it. One other thing I don't get is the withdrawals. The first time I did 30 days, I couldn't sleep on the 31st day. The urges were SO intense, that it was unlike anything I've ever experienced. Not only that, experts say that withdrawals can lead to panic attacks, insomnia, aggressiveness, and much more if we don't get the "drug" we need. Other than that, I have enough stress in my life, more than most people can bare. So it's no wonder I can't go past 30 days. Unless you're living with your parents doing nothing with no job or school, that would make quitting PMO easier I would assume. You have all the time in the world and you don't have a lot of stress. Stress is the biggest trigger to my PMO addiction by the way. But I still don't get why these people claim to go 180 days and beyond while experiencing the same things I've experienced. Either they have less stress in their lives or they're lying. That's just my opinion.