I will quit PMO forever tomorrow. I started watching gender transformation comics on Deviantart and other websites at the age of 14, and began to watch regular porn at age 17. I also began to masturbate to both of them at the age of 17. I am about 19 and it has almost been a year since I started masturbating. It ruined my life. I have been abstaining from PMO for 3 straight months now, every single time relapsing at day 10-12 because of excuses I tried to find, in which I wanted to think that I broke any of the reboot rules. I relapsed yesterday and decided to have a grand finale of PMOing today. However, I am sick and tired of the endless cycle of where I say "One last time, and I'll quit." It's a trap that I had always set before, but today it feels different. I feel like I can do it this time, ending my PMO habits forever. Let me rephrase that, I know I can do it. I will not quit on my goals, and I will not give in to the sexual thoughts. PMO destroyed me physically and mentally. I will be getting rid of this virus that was created to poison our brains, and will be taking actions into my own hands. I have learned so much from the NoFap community, and am grateful to have found this website. The community is such a friendly and heart-warming one, in which I would also like to wish everyone luck with their reboots. Although I'm a newbie, I still read NoFap for the last 3 months and basically had all my questions answered today. I know I can do this. I will not give up on my goal for happiness, and will not let myself fall victim to a digital pixel video of a man and woman having sexual intercourse or any pictures of weird crap that I watched. I do not want to be a prisoner of that. I want to have a real sexual intercourse in my life, when the time is right for me. I just want to thank everyone here in the community, from the bottom of my heart, for having such loyalty to such a task and for supporting one another. Cowards can laugh at us for not doing PMO, since they have been infected with the virus, and I know that I will not take their laughter into consideration. I want to be successful and would rather be laughed at instead of being unsuccessful and unhappy for the rest of my life. There is only one chance in our life, and we should all take it. The journey is hard, indeed, but I truly believe I can make it and quit PMO forever. I will prevail. I will persevere. I will accomplish!