I just had to reset my counter, because I had a MO relapse in the middle of the night - woke up in moment of emotional weakness with a strong urge for O - the classic relapse scenario of any addict. The last 26 days I didn't do "hard mode" (low stimulus), because I don't believe in porn addiction anymore. Instead I focused on exclusively fighting my sex addiction expressing itself like above and to deliberately ignore the stimulus on screen. Results: 1. Pornography played absolutely no role as a cause in this relapse - not even in my mind. 2. The O didn't feel any special like after a long streak of low stimulus (hard mode "reboot"), it was "just another O", not some dopamine rush madness. I confirmed now that O after long periods of low stimulus is indeed much more damaging. 3. As a result there is no "chaser effect" at all. The "chaser effect" measures the damage. 4. There were no PMO binges (usually lasting up to week) following as were with "hard mode reboot" streaks. It was a single O, I got back to sleep and that was it. 5. Looking at NSFW content on screen still doesn't produce any urges to MO, so that didn't change either. Conclusion: I singled out the actual sex addiction to fight (MO) and removed all the confusion about the stimulus (P). I successfully broke the PMO cycle between the P and MO. That obviously doesn't mean the addiction is gone, but I'm free from the damaging effects of ineffective "reboot" methods and all the attached pseudo-science and can continue to work towards solving the actual problem.