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“Just reading this makes me want to cry out of frustration, hope, sadness, and relief… I often wondered if my porn addiction created a attention disorder in me. After trying to quit for 19 years, I silently wondered if I’d have a heart attack from abusing my body so much. I know God loves me, but I hate myself– I had given up hope of quitting, instead thinking I’d suffer the rest of my life. I will try the ERP– and prayer, God bless you.”

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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
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  • 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
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Comments

  1. Lendl says

    I used to achieve almost every goal I had set in my life until I discovered pornography. Since then my downfall has been remarkable. Inability to concentrate, lack of confidence and constant guilty feelings made me a sociopath. I managed to maintain a false public image all the time but my conscience would bother me.
    I eventually ended up here and was impressed by your practical suggestions. The recovery course is just fabulous. I installed K9 filter & set my mother’s name as its password. Since then I have been watching inspirational speeches of Bob Proctor instead of pornography. Now I strongly believe that it’s a matter of time before I regain my lost glory!!! God bless you Alex!!!

  2. anonymous says

    hello sir… its me again ….. i have a doubt in the recovery … u have mentioned in ur video tat “you will experience more pain and not less.”.when we are recovering from it..wht do u mean by that? currently i am happy coz now i am free from it for like around a month….but i have been in stages like no interest in anything…fatigue…sleeplessness….is this the pain u mentioned in ur video.? is it what u meant? cheers thanks a million times

      • anonymous says

        Do you know how long will I have such pains of fatigue sleeplessness and all.. Is it like for a month or it varies from person to person1? Hmm ?_ thanks anyways

        • Alex says

          Well it could be a number of things and is probably outside the scope of this site. I would suggest treating it as depression, and seek professional help, just in case, but chances are this is just a normal adjustment reaction.

          Regards,
          Alex

  3. anonymous says

    I am a 17 year old guy. I was an addict for the past 3…4 year’s… Recently I started to control myself and started using your technique sir which I found very helpful… Please review my status . Out of 63 days I managed to control and remain free from this addiction for 59days with streaks of 29,21days and so on… Am I doing good or do I need to be more …? I used to play adult games bak then… Now I am completely free for 20…25days . Thanks sir for your help

      • Anon says

        hello sir… its me again ….. i have a doubt in the recovery … u have mentioned in ur video tat “you will experience more pain and not less.”.when we are recovering from it..wht do u mean by that?
        currently i am happy coz now i am free from it for like around a month….but i have been in stages like no interest in anything…fatigue…sleeplessness….is this the pain u mentioned in ur video.?
        is it what u meant?
        cheers thanks a million times

  4. smd1971 says

    I am in desperate need to rid myself of the desire to watch porn. I have found this website and hold myself accountable to give it all to overcome my addiction. Thank you so far for providing me with hope.

  5. MK TYAGI says

    Thanks Alex for doing this work on porn addiction.
    it really affects one’s mental and therefore physical health.
    when we proceed to overcome it, we get confidence in ourselves.
    you have provided a scientific method to overcome the temptation
    i personally find MEDITATION very useful in focusing mind.
    Thank You

    • jonathan says

      1 distortion of normal sexuality
      2 may lead to rape
      3 may lead to criminal activity
      4 loss of self respect and boundaries
      5 spirituality loss

      just to name a few

  6. anonymous says

    Thanks your help is very useful. but i have 1 doubt. is masturbation related to wett dreams. will i have wet dreams if i masturbate? i am 17 years old. please help

    • Anonymous says

      wet dreams normally occur when your semen is full,your body automatically ejaculate older sperm cells.But this should happen only a month or twice.If more means you better consult doctor

    • Casey says

      Personally, I’d rather have a wet dream here and there than a masturbation “habit”. Wet dreams are completely natural and tend to happen a lot less (if not completely) as you age. At 41, I haven’t had one in eons – but a slightly older friend just told me he had one. Don’t freak!

      In my opinion, it’s better for you and your body to get release in a natural way than a deliberate way that can fuel a “pornified” sense of sexuality (and keep you still “on porn” in you’re mind even though you’re not “using”). Masturbating in a “healthy way” is kind of a new subject. Some parts of the world don’t even have a word for it because they don’t do it at all.

      People who advocate healthy mast. on the yourbrainonporn site say to not use porn fantasy and to keep it “sensual”. in other words, i guess… keep it a solo experience, if you must… idk

      • Casey says

        also, wet dreams can be related to excess stress and anxiety. I’ve never heard of them being anything but completely harmless, and masturbating isn’t going to make them start or stop as far as I know…

  7. Anonymous says

    i just want to quit because it makes me waste my time and it hurts a lot to me and it makes me loes my estteem it feels guilty and i cant control it this site will help me achieve and encorage me

  8. Anonymous says

    I am a Iraq Veteran who is currently addicted to pornography and recovering slowly. This website has been extremely useful and I have been using the techniques for a few months now. When I was in Iraq, most of my buddies and I went to very stressful missions and returned to our base to relax and everyone would watch porn to relieve stress. That habit has continued even when I returned and it has been tough to stop watching porn. After finding your site and using some of the methods, I have been able to cut down the time I spend watching porn significantly. Sometimes it is just tough when you have so much to do during the day and you have an urge to watch porn and I put very important tasks aside to foolishly cave in to the urge (feeding the wrong wolf). Thank you so much for this website! Extremely helpful to veterans.

    • Alex says

      Thank you for your comment and for your service! I am an Iraq Veteran myself, I’ve also been diagnosed with PTSD and depression and pornography was my drug of choice after I got out.

      Welcome to the site brother. Let me know if I can do anything else to help.

  9. Marie says

    I am so proud of all the men here that have come to realize that pornography is not harmless and they want to do something to change their habits. My fiance has broken my heart many times because of his addiction and now I believe he will get the help he needs. I have felt as if I am not good enough for my fiance for him to want to keep looking at porn. It really damages the woman as well as the man. I am praying for all of you. God bless!

    • Nash says

      It is so nice to hear encouragement from women. I feel awful about this addiction and hang my life on hope and action steps towards freedom. Please protect your children from pornography, please.

  10. Anonymous says

    I am 12 years old. I had a terrible porn addiction before I thought it was bad for me. I didnt no how to deal with it though. I was smart and lucky enough to look on the Internet. Once i saw this site I was amazed. You are the nicest person on earth I thank you soooo much. I can’t believe it I’m dazed. I thought my addiction was invincible. Thank you!:D

  11. Dave says

    47 years old, addicted to porn since I was 14, I’ve tried unsuccesfully to tackle this on my own many times…the info you’ve provided has made me realize how deep rooted this is. I know that there is hope, through a carefully thought out plan of attack.
    Thanx you!!!!

  12. N says

    Just found your site an hour ago so have only had a chance to look over a small part of it. My husband has many addictions but my fairly recent learning of his sex/attention addiction has been pretty traumatic for me. I’ve been in therapy and attending S Anon for a while and still have found a lot of good new stuff here on your site. So thanks so much– very good thing you’ve done here. I’m even going to donate : )

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