Background: Right now I'm facing a problem: My counter has reached 732 days without porn and I don't feel cured enough. In order to live a healthy life where I can look people in their eyes without feeling any shame of holding secrets, I need to stop creating new secrets. What if all my thoughts were written down in a book anyone could read, would I happily lend out that book to people? Certainly not! But what if I could change that? The goal: To be able to look people in their eyes without feeling any shame, guiltiness or regret over the things you've done or the thoughts you've had - while that person is unaware of it. The rules: * Stop creating new secrets. If you think like "what if someone knew I was doing this" or "what if someone knew I was thinking/fantasising about this", then it's a secret. * If you realise you're thinking "what if this person knew..." and it's about something that happened after the start/reset of this challenge, it's a reset. * If you realise you're just creating a new secret, then obviously it's a reset too. * If you start to think about something that happened in the past that is a secret, it's OK as long as you let it pass. It's quite impossible to not think about the past, so just try to let it pass - don't blame yourself. * Create your list of exceptions before the challenge/after a reset. You may have secrets you think are OK, like using NoFap or whatever. Just remember the goal of this challenge. * Decide the number of days you want to go for. Start small, grow strong. Take the challenge as many times you like.