Yes to all 3, and yes, no one can judge or condemn me more than I have myself. So we're in agreement there.
I definitely qualify as an addict when it comes to pornography. I've been fighting that battle for years, but I find myself alone in that battle as far as local support goes. I've prayed about it many many times, and I know some thing that if I just pray enough it'll all go away.
Sometimes I wonder if I'm not in a similar situation like the Apostle Paul. Check out 2 Corinthians 12:1-10. Specifically verses 7 to 10. Paul had a struggle. We don't know what it was, but he asked God 3 times to take it away(I've prayed and asked far more than that) and God's reply was that "His Grace was Sufficient for him." Read the passage to get all the details (including the why part of why it wasn't taken away.)Some of the why is also in verse 7.
Anxiety is still an issue for me, but it's getting better than it used to be. Coming here is a first step. Sharing your story and beginning to work through it is a big step as well. I don't know if you've done that already through counseling or even a trusted friend, but I can say for sure, that as you work through things bit by bit, the feelings and pain and anxiety do get better with time.