Some have asked me where they can find support for doing the Sinclair Method. I'm happy to talk with people, but I'm not available 100% of the time, and there are an awful lot of desperate people out there.
The best place to find mutual support is TheSinclairMethod.net. It's a free message board. There are people from all over the world, so help is potentially available 24/7. It's reasonably private -- you have to register to read, although of course nothing is truly private online and pseudonyms are always suggested.
Don't leave off the "the" at the beginning or you'll find yourself at the page of a Sinclair Method inpatient/outpatient clinic.
I've heard a couple of people say that they would like live support groups. I doubt this will ever happen, because most people don't want or need it. It's simple to do and it usually works in months rather than decades, so endless meetings are just not a part of it. I suppose a really huge place like New York City might produce enough people who would like face to face meetings, but I've never heard of it happening.
Your best bet is to join the message board and find a few particular buddies. If you struggle with the temptation of skipping nal, which is the main pitfall, some folks might share texting numbers with you.
I don't mean to discourage anyone from emailing me. unchainedmouse at gmail dot com remains available to anyone who wants my help and support. We're all in this life together, you know? I just hate to be anyone's sole lifeline when I know that I won't always be available.