The "Navy SEAL trick" I mentioned sounds so simple when you think about it...until an urge hits. That's in part because urges draw on a different part of the brain (the part where "higher thinking" occurs like logic and problem-solving). That being said, we can use the higher thinking part of our brain to control the part of the brain that is associated with urges. As a result, we can try to rationalize urges all day, but we can still relapse. That's where the power of habits can come into play. Habits are an opportunity to short-circuit the struggle with a pre-made package of action that every part of your brain understands. That's why I say NoFap is a practice and a path. The practice part of it is being aware of urges and triggers and deciding to do something else, as you did brilliantly. Keep practicing!