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Pornography Addiction

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Pornography entraps you with lies. If you are searching for intimacy and love, pornography will only give an empty substitute for real love. 

Facts about Pornography Addictioni:
In a porn flick, people have sex with total strangers, with people they just met, office colleagues, school teacher, the president wife, and just about any imaginable character they can put in a movie.
All that matters is the viewers satisfaction. It doesn't matter whose body is being used, as long as you get it sex now.

Fact: 40 Million US aduclts visit pornography websites
28& are female
72% are Male
13% using pornography at work
28.258 Internet users are viewing pornography every second
Every 39 min a new video is being create in the USA
1 of 10 webtites are pornography webewsites
There is ove $3000 being spend on pornography every second

Yes, people are very addicted to pornography
Fact: Pornography will get you to think that sex is something you can have anytime, anywhere, with anyone, with no consequences.
What porn does not show is that in real life relationships are not built on sex behind a camera, but on commitment, caring and mutual trust for one another. Being with someone who loves and accepts you as you are, someone who is committed to you for and want to be with you, someone you can give yourself completely to.

Porn thrives on lies about sex, women, marriage, partners and relationships and other things.

The Lies we learn using Porn:
We are property
We are less than human
We are a sexual sport
Children should have sex

Women actuality like to be rape
Prostitution is glamorous
Only a perfect body is desirable
We will have sex with anyone
Illegal sex can be fun

 
Pornography is businesses that makes a huge profit from the ruined lives of young women and entraps men who will spend their hard earn money and time succumbing to fake life.
Porn pollutes a critical part of who we are as humans as we become twisted.

If you see any of the patterns above in your life, you need to put the brakes on right now.
Ask yourself, is pornography becoming more and more in control of my life?

Are you acting out sexually, fantasizing, thinking of committing rape?
 
How would you know if your pornography use is harmful to you? The following are some signs that pornography use is problematic:

  • The use feels like it is out of your control. You make unsuccessful efforts to quit or limit your use.
  • Your use of pornography is incompatible with your beliefs and values. You feel guilt, shame, depression, and/or remorse after using pornography.
  • You keep your pornography use or the extent of your pornography use secret from others and worry that others will find out about your use.
  • The use of pornography consumes your thinking. When you are not using pornography, you think about if frequently and anticipate when you will use it again. You spend increasing amounts of time using pornography.
  • Your use of pornography has negative consequences in your life. For example, you may neglect responsibilities or become less effective in your job or in academics. You might spend too much money on pornography or put yourself in dangerous situations you would not normally be in due to the pornography or sexual addiction. You may have been caught using pornography in inappropriate places such as work or a campus computer lab.
  • Your use of pornography causes problems in your intimate relationships, such as creating emotional distance between people you love or causing those in a relationship with you to feel neglected. You may lose relationships due to the pornography.
  • Any of these signs can indicate that pornography is becoming a problem. If you are concerned that you or someone you care about may have a problem with pornography, check out the self-help resources at the end of this article or talk to a mental health professional.

 
Ideas for Changing Pornography Usage

  • Change routines and environments that lead to pornography usage. Avoid high risk situations.
  • Make a list of the positive and negative consequences of using versus not using pornography.
  • Spend less time alone. Review the status of your friendships and relationships. Are they meaningful and satisfying? If not, what would make them more fulfilling?
  • Learn new ways of coping with strong feelings like anxiety, loneliness, anger, depression, and boredom.
  • Identify activities that can help you relax, enjoy yourself, and feel refreshed.

 
 

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