Quite possibly. This is a forum full of sexual/pornography addicts. So, any details you may give them would contribute to their addiction. I think most people who show up here genuinely want help. I also think, from time to time, there are trolls who show up that would like nothing more than to sabotage your recovery. Don't answer them. If the questions in question are troubling or inappropriate for you, you have every right in the world to stop them in their tracks. Don't you dare put up with this nonsense for a moment. Set that boundary loud and clear. If they persist, cut it off. They're not pursuing recovery. They're pursuing addiction. Do not allow this to stand. If you need/want help with this, PM me, and I'll help you navigate it so that you don't have to do so openly in public unless you are comfortable doing so. Yes! Precisely why you owe it to yourself to put a stop to it. Whether you decide to face your God or not, your God is facing you; right here, right now, right forever. Remember, no matter your religion, your God loves you, and loves you unconditionally. It makes no difference what you have done. You will never find a human being on earth that loves you more than your God does. Haha, this is something, while you will have withdrawal from it, you will be a better person because of it. I find NO, as in ZERO, value in social media. And I used to live by it. I couldn't put it down. Now I look at it only for learning what's going on in the lives of those I love who continue to post their own nonsense on there. I haven't posted one thing on Facebook in a year and a half. Now, I don't miss it at all. THIS! Perfect response. Then after that, if they persist? Cut them off! They're toxic to your recovery. This is GREAT! You set a Boundary. Then you enforced it! Good for you! This is important. Do not share anything with anyone who doesn't bring value to the situation. It sound like "mum" is more interested in what's good for her than what's good for you. That's pretty fucking selfish, excuse my expression. Set your Boundaries with her as well. It's "Mum, I am studying in a manner that is most conducive to my success and well being. Please do not talk to me about studying." If/when I need your input about my studying, I promise, I'll ask for it". And leave it at that. If she continues, "Mum, this subject isn't subject to negotiation or discussion". And leave it at that. If she continues, gracefully, pick up your things, and leave the premises until such time you feel compelled to return. Perfect! This is your brain craving dopamine. If you think about it, it's the same way people who are alcoholics react to lack of alcohol. It is the same way people who are drug addicts react to lack of drugs. This is normal. This is hard. This is also something that starts to turn a corner between 30-45 days. If we can get you that far, a lot of this will lift.