> Until I deleted my files and the bookmarked links, it did no good to get back to the computer.
Blessed is the Lord who delivered you. Hypothetically, if a porn addiction not particularly profound would have nonetheless made a poor anon memorise a couple URLs, resistant to most blocking strategies, would you suggest any countermeasures besides burning prayer?
> You have to find the mindset of wanting pain, not in a sick sadomasochistic way, but in the way of desiring the Cross.
Purging is pain. This is wise, and feels good enough now, but may the Lord show His mercy when darkness creeps into the heart and the teeth grind like they're about to shatter. I knew this feeling when I moved to my current location and was forced to ditch benzos cold turkey. After ten years and a respectable dose. Only by His mercy did I crawl out of it without throwing myself off the building or having a stroke. I felt my body would wring itself into minced meat. Those meds will run the anon's soul through a cheese grater and roast it. I hope quitting porn voluntarily is easier, else I'll have to move to a country of bloodlust Mohammedans and join a clandestine church in the sewers.