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Porn Addiction

Are you unsure whether your porn viewing habits are healthy? Do you find yourself distracted by thoughts about porn while at work, being alone, plagued with boredom, socialising or while spending time with your family? It’s not always easy to determine if or when you...

If you or your spouse are suffering from porn addiction which has had a crippling effect on your marriage, you will no doubt be wondering whether there is hope for the future of your marriage. Awareness Becoming aware of the problem is the first step. Once a...

What is Porn Addiction? An addiction to porn can be classified as a person becoming dependent on pornographic material (photos, videos and other adult content), in order to seemingly fulfill their physical or emotional needs. Viewing porn becomes a compulsion that they cannot seem to stop,...

Addiction to pornography can have many destructive elements, both for the addict themselves and their spouse and family. Betrayal It’s common for the spouse or partner of a porn addict to feel severe levels of betrayal and to question why the addict isn’t coming to them for...

Have you ever considered what your motivations are for watching pornography? Do you use it to enhance your masturbation experience? To learn new tricks in the bedroom? Maybe to relieve stress? Identifying the reasons behind why you watch porn can help you recognise an unhealthy...

In today’s world, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t viewed pornography at least once in their lifetime. Watching adult content in a healthy manner is completely normal and can even have its benefits, such as stress relief and enhanced sexual satisfaction. Viewing porn...

Pornography addiction can be likened to a marijuana addiction; seemingly harmless when compared with more serious behaviors such as sex addiction and shooting up heroin, yet equally as destructive when left untreated. Addiction can be loosely defined as a repetitive behavior that results in a decline...

As with both drug and alcohol abuse, porn can trigger a chemical response in the brain that causes the viewer to feel pleasurable. This is primarily due to the release of dopamine and other biochemicals, such as oxytocin, adrenaline, serotonin and endorphins. Over time, porn addicts...

Addiction to pornography is a disorder of the brain. Addiction occurs when the act viewing pornography becomes a focal point in a person’s life, rather than just an extension of their sex life, and when they are unable to stop the behavior, despite the negative...