I thought I had posted something here, but it's not showing up, so I will try again. I just finished reading the "Your Brain On Porn" book last night, which I found through social media. It was a real eye-opener for me. I'm married and 45, and have a young son, but my sex life with my wife has been lacking for years. I've used that fact to justify my PMO behavior, but I've really started to question whether or not it was healthy. For one thing, I've been struggling with ED issues, and I've found myself looking at weirder and weirder stuff in order to get off. I thought I was just crazy until I read the YBOP book, and now it all makes sense. I might also add that I'm a recovering alcoholic, and a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. I absolutely KNOW that I have a problem with addictive behaviors. I have successfully quit nicotine and alcohol for nearly a year, so I'm no stranger with fighting my demons. I'm hoping that with the help of this site I can do the same for PMO. My goal is simply to eliminate all sexual activity that doesn't involve a living breathing female, that is to say my wife. I am keeping my goals simple. No PMO to beat my previous best of three days of no fapping, and once I pass that goal I'll set a harder goal like 30 days. It hasn't been even 24 hours and I'm already fighting the urge. This is a lot tougher than I expected.