The first one is definitely boredom. If I'm around my house for too long (I live alone) than I get bored and just use PMO as a way to fill my time. I found that as long as I'm out of my house I'm okay, so now I've been spending two out of three days between work and volunteering, and I literally only come home to pack stuff for work (or volunteering) and to come home to sleep before days I work (I work a 24 hour shift one out of three days). So I pretty much make it almost three whole days, as long as I don't stay at home for too long. And that's where my second trigger hits: my only source of entertainment at my house is an xbox and a computer hooked up to my TV. I have online classes to do, and I like to play a couple video games but when I sit down in front of the same screen I use for PMO it all hits me like a ton of bricks (without me even realizing it). I kind of go into zombie mode and just start clicking and opening stuff, and I've been unable to just get up and walk away. But I think now that I realize how simple it is to "set me off" I can start working on ways to avoid clicking and typing things that will make me reset. I'm past the point of having to have it, like I do nicotine. I don't think about it constantly, or make excuses. Its just I seem to wander aimlessly into it. Coming back here for the first time in months I think will help, and I'm going to try some cold showers like I just read about. Stay strong everyone.