Help, I struggle with Porn

Help, I struggle with Porn

Porn is a topic that is often swept under the rug. It is uncomfortable, awkward and tends to hit a nerve with people. We’ve all see it in some form and chances are we know at least one person who is silently struggling with porn addiction. Male or female, this can be addiction that breaks relationships and quality of life. It can start at any age and doesn’t discriminate against ethnicity, religious beliefs or moral standing. This addiction is a problem people never talk about and therefore we are left feeling isolated and alone when we struggling with it.

This ends now.

We want you to know that you are not alone. Porn addiction is real, but so is hope. You are worth more than temporary feelings, control and fake sexual intimacies. You deserve to experience real love and to be loved in return. You deserve more than these inclinations and urges which can often control you. You deserve more than the lies the world is telling you about your need to be seductive or exploitative. Love is more than sex and love is not found in porn.

If you struggle with a porn addiction, you are not alone. It is common, but there is a way out. We’ve put together some resources on porn addiction and we would love for you to check them out. Explore these links and if you’d like help, don’t be afraid to ask for it. Talk to a trusted friend, a mentor or a professional. You don’t need to be judged- you need love. Take the first steps towards this today and check out our Find Help page. We know that you can overcome this and find healing.

Websites:
XXX Church This awesome website exists to help people quit porn. For an online test, steps towards recovery, an online workshop, weekly articles and real talk about real people, go here now.

S.A. Lifeline Foundation If you are struggling with a porn addiction or have a family member of friend who is doing so, this website has varying articles, videos and information so you can become educated and receive the help you need.

Video:
TedX Talk: Craig Gross on Sex, Lies and Social Media

Articles:
How to Recover From Your Husband’s Pornography Addiction: Three steps a wife can take to heal By Fred Stoeker

Freedom From Pornography Addiction As A Woman By Sarah Holmes