Alot of people talk about Habituation and different people reach it in different ways. I was very lucky that it only took me a few months to habituate. I have shared my story on here but i have a little Analogy of what i feel Habituation is like. I have shared this with a few people and it seems to have really helped other so i hope it helps you too. I always think of my T like a pair of socks... I was going to suggest a bra or pants but that doesn't work for blokes so lets stick with socks. You don't think about your socks all day every day but do you? But they are a big part of your everyday life. You put them on in the morning, your brain registers the socks and is aware they are on you but then that's it... your brain doesn't think about your socks for the rest of the day until they come off at night. There may be the odd time where you notice them when you take your shoes on and off but other than that your socks are just a bit of background information in your mind your brain isn't thinking OH MY GOD SOCKS, SOCKS, SOCKS!!! You don't get anxious about your socks or stressed that you have socks, your brain simply registers the fact they are there then just simply ignores it. Weird analogy I know but that's the best way for me to describe how habituation worked for me, it was a change in mindset and trying as best as possible to get back to normal and give my brain other things to focus on. In my eyes Habituation is getting to the point where you may still hear your T from time to time and in the back of your mind you always know it's there but your brain doesn't register it as a threat so doesn't pay any attention to it and IT DOESN'T BOTHER YOU thats real habituation not the fact it "goes away" the fact that it's there and not bothering you. Thanks for listening to my strangeness!