There's just one single reason why people relapse. It's not because of triggers. It's not because of drugs, depression, anxiety, or your mean girlfriend who just left you. It's because you wanted to. That's right, if you relapse it's because you like it. You may make yourself believe that you couldn't help yourself in that moment, but that's a lie, and you know it. Doesn't seem like a newsflash to you? Well that's because you believe that the right way to go about your addiction is to "fight your urges". Fight your inner lust, fight the demon, fight fight fight with clenched teeth and hope that the monster inside doesn't overwhelm you. No wonder you lose. Your lust used to be on your side. Meaning your lust and you shared the same worldview, had the same vision of what a good life looks like. Your lust acts very much like another person inside you, with it's own opinions and strategies. If you make it your enemy you'll never win. When you relapse it's because your lust wants to and convinces the decision making part of you. The you you so to speak. That only happens because the conscientious part of you, the you who wants to quit porn and have a brighter future, never did the hard work of convincing your lust. Or maybe you tried but failed at it. To avoid relapse you need to make the decision to quit and stick with it. To stick with your decision and not doubt yourself every other day means you need to be of one mind. To be of one mind means that all parts inside you share the same vision for the future. When you relapse it means your lust still believes in a life with porn. It still thinks it's possible. But your conscientious you doesn't believe that. So you have mental battles with yourself.. every day. But all that's changed for your lust is that the old game of "lets PMO whenever I want" went to "lets pretend I'm quitting, but every once in a while I'm going to get to win and PMO". You may not see it that way, but your lust does. As long as that's the case, you're going to keep relapsing. Change how your lust thinks about porn and you'll win. Make it see clearly how crappy porn is, make it understand it's been eating junk food all day long while there are fine dining restaurants all around. Bring your lust back on your side, let it share your vision of a good life free of porn. Once you manage that you don't need to worry about relapsing again. No need to worry about triggers either. Once you are sure of what you want nothing can force your hand! So stop wasting time trying to get rid of triggers and trying to make things as easy as possible externally. Instead focus on the part inside of you that doesn't want to let go. Understand it, convince it, become one and I promise you, the world will fall off your shoulders. Whenever in doubt, remember this: If you're battling a war inside your mind you're doing it wrong. If it feels easy, you're on the right path.