I think there is a reason for the diversity inherent in the NoFap community model: There are a plethora of varying reasons for one to have a desire to begin overcoming a PMO addiction, and these reasons effect physical, emotional, psychological, economic, political and moral attributes all in different ways. For me, I started out with a killer motivation that stemmed from an intimate aspect of my personal life; but that fell through. So, I reorganized the motivation around being accountable to the NoFap community; but that fell through, too. I tried attuning the motivation to becoming a more grounded, well-rounded person, à la the "monk man" lifestyle; but no dice. I tried the simple "eat right/exercise/cold shower/study the stock market/learn to code" mentality, but I become bored and complacent, slipping back into old habits. No routine, no rationalizion and no philosophical perspective would keep me from PMO. I kept hitting reset. In the end, what turned everything around was meeting a person -- entirely without my actively seeking to find her -- who made my goals in life much more clear. I found real love. I found someone who I could never stand to hurt with my addiction. I also found a calling after God. I reoriented my worldview to align with a greater moral mandate than what I was capable of constructing for myself. Together, this physical motivation of caring for another human being, and the spiritual weight of responsibility in remaining clean for a religious design and purpose, inspires me on a daily basis to reject and rebuke the sexual perversion that would otherwise lure me into a life of bitterness, anger and, worse of all, hopelessness. I encourage everyone never to stop seeking after -- and fine-tuning -- motivations to help you overcome the burdens and obstacles before you. It is only a matter of good timing before you find that thing that pushes you beyond anything you thought was possible.