Hello guys, I just relapsed a couple of minutes ago and I'm really tired of this shit. I know all the benefits that Nofap is supposed to give me, but as I fail time and time again to improve and get porn-free, I just keep on failing and relapsing every time I encounter an urge. The longest I have been porn-free is 1 month, and I relapsed so hard, I'm still not sure if I can make it through the 3 months Porn and/or fap-free. I don't necessarely have a lot of things to motivate me though. I'm not single, with a really cute woman, I have a job I like (student but working as a trainee), I have a few friends I go out with, I party often, etc... I don't feel like Nofap can necessarely bring anything new to the table, even though it should. I noticed however that I can last a little bit more than I used to (about a week or so without porn), but after a while, I almost always encounter a triggering phase or event, in which I completely lose my focus and relapse like a motherfucker... When it comes to porn, it's a real struggle. I just enjoy it way too much. When I'm porn-free for a few days, I don't really feel any sign of withdrawal (those happen only after a few weeks), but when I relapse I can feel my brain going crazy, it feels good and terrifying at the same time, it feels like I can't get out of my loop. I want to get out of my addiction, it's just that it feels so pointless after a while. Why would I want to get out of porn and meet new people, when I have a gf I love, friends I like, and a job that pushes me forward ?... I know now, that my porn consumption is the origin of my lowered motivation, sleep-problems, and low-key depression, and falling in it again doesn't help me go through the tough times without urges and anxiety. I think I need help, I just don't know what to do. I've done a tone of research on bio-chemistry, neurology and sociology for an essay on porn-addiction I'm doing for my school, so I'm well aware of all the benefits being porn-free can create. I feel lost man... I'm reseting my counter, for the 100th time. Doesn't feel like a big deal anymore.