Just one quick observation, I'd like to share with you today. As you probably all know addict's own mind really does wanna trick him/her into relapsing to get the feel good chemicals fix it's used to. BUT even when PMOing is off the table, the game doesn't end there. I realized just how crucial for successful recovery and regaining control over your life in general it is to become a watcher of your thoughts. You can't stop negative or destructive thoughts from entering your mind, but you can observe and analyze them and choose not to act upon them it they're not good for you. That's not an easy thing to do as you need to practice it over and over again, but it really is a must for us former addicts to learn and practice this skill. Let me tell you how my mind tried to trick me into destructive behavior today. I have very constructive week behind me. I executed my exercise plan perfectly: went cycling uphill three times, walk/run in the forest three times and done three weight lifting sessions. Needless to say my body needs easy going weekend to fully recover now. Yet my mind said to me this morning: "Look beautiful sunny day, go on the bike and "destroy the hill", you'll enjoy it sooo much!" I nearly acted upon seamlessly positive thought then I stopped and analyze it. Is this really gonna be good for you? Your body is tired, you have muscle fever is cycling uphill really good idea? The answer was: Of course not. Leading me to just dismiss the thought. On the secont thought all the brain really wanted was that feel good chemical fix, nothing else. It didn't care if this meant injuring the body during the process. See how mind plays tricks on you? If you don't control your thoughts you become a slave to your own compulsions without even realizing it.