Recovery Coaching

I (Alex) often get emails asking me for help. The reality is that there is only so much I can do. That is why I partnered up with some amazing people, to give extra help for those in need. You can learn more by visiting their site, reading their bios below, or watching this video.

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Coach Craig

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Coaches Craig and Michelle on Katie Couric Show

Certified Professional Coach Craig Perra is a world-class coach who works with men and couples all over the world. He’s also the Official Sponsor of this website and donates a generous portion of his fees to this site.

He is a recognized expert in compulsive sexual behavior. He’s the founder of The Mindful Habit To End Porn and Sex Addiction, and works with clients in 15 countries all over the world. He’s appeared on The Katie Couric Show, and featured in Bella Magazine and the Daily Mail.

He rebuilt his personal life and marriage after being consumed by porn and compulsive sex. He merged his personal experience having out of control sexual behavior with the science of habit, addiction, mindfulness, and action to create a revolutionary coaching program that will move you faster and further to where you want to go. The Mindful Habit method will change your life. He guarantees results and offers a money back guarantee.

Watch Craig and Michelle Perra on Katie Couric Show



Craig coached men and couples at one of the top sex and porn addiction treatment centers in the world. He is a Certified Professional Coach, leader, a licensed attorney (in CT), and business executive. He has literally amassed thousands of hours of leadership, success, risk, and behavior change training at top-tier educational institutions and Fortune 500 companies. Craig also lectured at the Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health.

Watch Craig’s appearance on KCRA news


He’s now the official coach of, one of the best online resources for porn addiction recovery in the world.

Call (916)259-3827 To Learn More

Coach Michelle

Michelle_PerraMichelle “Miksha” Perra is a Certified Professional Coach and author of the popular blog “Mishka, Wife Of Sex Addict“. Her life is helping partners and spouses of porn and sex addicts. Her journey has taken her to The Katie Couric Show and The Anderson Cooper show. She knows it’s tough to walk this path alone and her passion is helping the partners survive and thrive from these life’s challenges. Michelle has a deep connection with her clients because she has been there too. Her story has touched millions and is living proof that a couple CAN survive such a devastating event and both partners can come out stronger and closer than ever.

Through her kind, compassionate and inspirational approach, Michelle empowers and motivates women to create the incredible life that they truly want to live.

Michelle also partners with Craig on many aspects of the coaching process to offer a comprehensive view of the effect of these addictions through the eyes of both sexes. 

“I navigated through the insanity of my partner’s addiction and not only did we survive and thrive as a couple but the experience empowered me to find my voice, my happiness and my inner awesomeness.” Since writing her story Michelle has appeared on The Anderson Cooper Show and at many other events speaking as a sex and pornography addiction expert.

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There’s nothing like these programs anywhere. All programs are Guaranteed.  If you are not happy after your first session we will happily refund your money.  Pornography and sexual addictions are serious problems and trying to fight them alone results in limited success.  However, participating in a proven coaching program increases your chances for success and rebuilding your life.

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Coach Adrian

AdrianAdrian Sztobryn is certified life & addiction-recovery coach, trained in a mindfulness based addiction recovery program. He spent hundreds of hours mastering his skills and tools under the guidance of one of the most remarkable coaches working with people struggling with sex addiction in USA and internationally, Craig Perra. He knows the way out, because he was there – and he survived. He is studying psychological science at University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznan, Poland and helping people around the world. Privately, he’s passionate about drums, far-east culture, literature and music, as well as biological sciences.

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P.S. Recommended Resources:

  • Sex Addicts Anonymous
    I cannot imagine my recovery without this program.
  • Mindful Habit Course by Coach Craig
    Great advice from a great person.
  • Free Podcast and Mini Course from Candeo Can
    I owe my first 90 days of continuous sobriety to this program and highly recommend it.
  • Internet Accountability Software
    Using this software allowed me to get truly honest with my internet usage for the first time in my life. For some reason knowing that my every step was being observed and reported on, made it really easy to use internet only in a healthy way.
  • Treating Pornography Addiction by Kevin B. Skinner Ph.D.
    I have read over 15 books on Pornography and Sexual addiction and this truly is one of the best books on the subject. The reason is I recommend this particular book is because it is full of excellent actionable steps. Other books do a good job describing the problem, but don’t really offer a realistic solution.
  • Your Sexually Addicted Spouse – How Partners Can Cope and Heal by Barbara Steffens Ph.D.
    I know that about half of visitors to our site are spouses of people who might be suffering with pornography and sex addiction. To the best of my knowledge this book is one of the most helpful books for the partners.
  • Free Consultation from Coach Craig
    Coach Craig has been a good friend and supporter of this site since January 2013. He has worked with people from all over the world, including famous musicians and other high profile individuals. Yet, he is only a phone call away and would be glad to give you a free consultation. Call him anytime, with any question you might have, and I am know he will be extremely happy to help in any way he can.


  1. shawna says

    Hey im not the addict, im the wife of an addict. If anyone reads this I’d be so grateful for your help. Ive googled everything I can think of but still my questions go unanswered. My husband of 8 years has always had in my opinion not just an addition but something so much more severe and extreme then that. Whos to say whats appropriate and whats so very disturbing. We have 3 children 2 girls 10,5 and our son is just 10 months old. Ok im just gonna lay it out there… I feel that my husband is sick mentally. Because what he looks at online are things along the lines of teen girls… and ill leave it at th

    • Alex says

      Sorry to hear about your situation, but i am not really sure what to advice.

      I think you should talk to your husband, and if you feel that you kids are in danger, you should do whatever it takes to protect them.

      Encourage your husband to check with a professional, but it never is an easy conversation, and even if he does have a problem, he will likely just deny it.

      Most people chose to look for help, only after they’ve been caught in the act or face some other forms of consequences.

    • Jessica says

      I can sympathize. Ive had the same problem with my husband and although hes gotten some help from this program I cant get over it. My heart goes out to you.

  2. hisgirl says

    My husband and I will be celebrating our 10 yr anniversary this year. We have been battling issues with porn the entire time. In the beginning I kinda brushed it I off. I would bust him he would get angry for my catching him, then turn sorry. And the cycle had repeated. I became more enraged/hurt/scared when I realized that it has gone beyond porn to social media websites where he could if he chose interact with actual people. He admitted a few months ago that he thinks he has an issue with it. We talked and talked and tried to rebuild. Again I caught him and now he swears this time is different. He has found your website and is using it as a plan if action. I am so very torn. I want nothing more than to be the supportive wife that I know he needs. I just don’t know how to help him and protect myself.

    • FTRW Coach Craig says

      Congrats on the 10 years. It’s not easy as you know so that’s one heck of an achievement. I’m glad he’s taking action. Don’t hesitate to have him call me if he needs support in addition to the free materials we have on the site.

      It sounds like you two have created a healthy environment to talk about this issue without all the baggage and negativity that can come with it. I suggest you keep that up. Communication is key. He also needs to be vigilant about changing his life. Just like diets don’t work, only quitting porn won’t work either – there must be a lifestyle change if anyone is going to be successful. Create some goals as a couple and work towards those and focus on the positive. Let me know how it goes.

  3. Bryttani says

    I am in desperate need of some help. My fiancé is currently trying to over come his porn addiction , and his body gets so tense and his body starts shaking. Is there any medicine to help w this? Also he has shut off his internet and his dish network, and went to a simple flip phone. He has no access to internet so all this internet help is not helping in his case. What do I do? HELP US!!!

  4. Louis says

    I’m a porn addict, I’ve been exposed to porn since I was 8 years old. I watched my dads videos growing up. I was married at 18 years old, I’m now 36 years old, this has been a major issue in my marriage. Five years ago my wife and I separated for six months, porn and mistrust were the main issues. I’ve went about 2 years without watching porn, but I still keep having relapses. My wife caught me tonight watching porn, she has had it, if I don’t stop permanently I think I will ruin or lose my marriage altogether. I’m committed to stopping this time, I’ve been looking on the internet for help. I’m going to have the mindset porn doesn’t exist, any advise or help would be great.

    • FTRW Coach Craig says

      Glad you are here my friend. I started at the ripe old age of 8 also. I have a couple of comments and questions. Call me if you want to talk more. I can help point you in the right direction and share with you my very powerful programs.

      You say you’re committed this time, what’s different?

      You mindset going into this isn’t reality – porn does exist. It’s everywhere. Please call me if you want help (916) 259-1232.

      • man i hate porn says

        i also hate it i kept watching and watching . i am eager to stop but whenever i say to my self why are you doing this i find no reason the real reason that i found is nothing i would like to stop now

  5. none says

    I seriously need help,I need to stop this now.I keep going going in and out of dis.please help me am is eating me up

  6. Sex Machine says

    I definitely am a recovering porn addict. I have been viewing pornographic material since the age of 7, and I’m now 34 years old. Although I understand the physiological issues surrounding porn use, and how it can condition the mind to rely on it for sexual gratification, often distancing the sexual connection in real-life-relationships. However, what I don’t understand, and what often turns me running in the opposite direction, is when the ‘”Christian Morality Issues” begin showing up in “porn-recovery”. Why is it that “Porn addiction” almost 100% of the time ends up being a “God/Bible/Jesus/Christian” issue? Guess what…every agnostic/atheist/buddhist/hindu, etc. out there who ALSO struggles with Porn (JUST AS CHRISTIANS DO) don’t want to hear the Christian crap! So, my issue again; is my issue “Porn”, or is my issue the “Christian-Given Guilt associated with Porn?”

    • Anonymous says

      i agree with you on the whole christian morality issue, its what kept me for a long time seeking help too! but weather your atheist or christian, buddists or jew etc,,etc,, dont let it put you off, getting off porn and realising you have a porn addiction is the most important thing!! but i get where you are coming from, thats why most people laugh and jeer at people who say they are unhappy or addicted to porn because they think that liking porn is a rebellious stance against religion so they dismiss it as being a real addiction!
      i myself am spiritual but i also for the last ten years have been very anti religion and very drawn in by atheism which is not a bad thing but im no ned flanders from the simpsons either!
      a lot of christian organisations have been telling us or are now jumping on the band wagon about porn addiction, ( never thought id admit it but they are kinda right) but to me i dont care who says what ,where or when, all that matters to me is that i have realised only recently that “i am a porn addict” and i need help now too!!
      i dont mean any offense to those who are highly religious because on this battle ground against this addiction religion is not relevent unless you want it to be! if being religious helps anyone to break from this demon addiction then thats great but for any atheists out there its the same fight for self preservation and breaking the habit!!!
      your individual issue is with porn addiction, its not about christian driven guilt anymore ,it may have been back in the days of playboy and tame stuff but now in 2013 the porn monster is truly evil and thats coming from me a guy who listens to metal and pretty much hates religious zealots!
      dont let anything or anyone put you off helping yourself man!
      if you feel you are unhappy then stick with all of us here at feed the right wolf, some of us are religious some of us are not but regardless we all share a common ground and thats to break this shitty habit and to be free as human beings!

        • MyMindIsMine says

          Hi, I am a Christian in that I believe in JC. I talk to a good many people from all faiths, agnostics and atheists. Christians can be pretty obnoxious with ramming the salvation of Christ etc etc. As a Christian I try to understand and respect all people. What you might ask yourself when the JC’ers start to run their mouths is this; do I believe in a higher power? It could be your marriage, your career, your relationship with your loved ones and friends, Civil Obedience, The code of the good and just. All the atheists I know are better citizens than I am and are role models to me… period.
          Now that being said our common goal is to support each other in beating our porn addiction. Today is my 4th day of sobriety. I’m doing it for my loved ones and my career. I think God is pleased with me. but even if He is not I am happier than I have ever been since I started porn in the 5th grade in 1966 and have progressed through all the media available.

          I have wasted about 15 hours a week for the last 47 years. do the math this is time not, loving, not serving, not working, not studying, not reading. I have gone vacations with my family to watch and watch with no one around.
          Good thoughts and good energy to all my atheist brothers and blessings to all my Religious brethren. True believers take all under the tent and find away to help without judgement… What did Jesus say the Samaritan (who in the story is a stand in for a non believer) do for the injured along the road?
          Keep at it,

          • MyMindIsMine says

            I meant to say “I had fore-gone vacations with my family” you might get arrested for what I said before, LOL

    • lE says

      Why does Christian morality keep surfacing, well I guess the ones you are refering to must be Christian based services. There’s nothing to stop a Hindu or Atheist seeking out services that speak from their own spiritual viewpoints.

    • James says

      What is it that offends you from a “Christians” perspective? If you feel guilt, that is far deeper than someone mentioning Jesus or using a Biblical reference. Christians are usually the ones who desire to be free from this destructive vice or are having to help mend the broken lives affected by porn or sexual immorality. Other religions mask over this issue or provide token indulgences to absolve guilt. In Christianity, I have a personal relation that holds me accountable for my actions, excuses and justification does not work with God. However, in Jesus I have an advocate and friend who helped me through the painful recovery process. Not just porn, but other areas as well. By the name you chose as a handle, “Sex Machine”, I can tell you are not truly interested in changing behavior. You are more interested in fomenting your hatred of Christianity. A moral base that our nation was founded on, despite what the media or college professors teach today. I pray that you sort out your “guilt issues” with the God who created and loves you. If not, you can explain your life choices when you meet Him. I would carefully craft your arguments now. Love is the basis of true Christianity. God toward you and then us towards others. If you find that offensive, I would check your heart.

  7. mar says

    wow, im so hope happy that there is hope and prospectual solutions out there. I am a woman and I am not always on porn sites yet it is so unbearable to fight the triggers sometimes and i hate giving into the viewing of the videos. I have been on and off sober from porn but i’d like to find a way where the thoughts don’t torment me for temptation and i want to flush out all of the images that still linger in my mind……

  8. aiming4paradise says

    I am addict to porn since i was 17 and i am 23 now i tried to stop but i did not stopped , so i ll start this program because i belive in myself and sorry 4 the bad english

  9. says

    Its a lot to read but I just want help so bad because I can’t do it alone I read how exercise help but I’m not good at exercising I tried but can’t stay on track I can’t eat healthy and I heard going outside helps but my anxiety keep me locked up in the house honestly my addiction wouldn’t went this far if I wasn’t insecure about how small my penis are sorry for my grammar I watch it before I start talking to you this morning that was my last time I hope this site helps

  10. Gee says

    I don’t have words to utter that can really express my deepest appreciation of what yu all have done for us.I would like to that Alex for the emails he have been sending me that changed my life for better.I am now a complete different person,after a while I am happy and proud of myself.I thank u,Only God will bless u.

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