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Pornography, Recovery, Teens -

Think porn isn’t a problem for your child or teen? Think again.  This week, Billie Eilish, the Grammy award-winning singer, opened up about her childhood porn addiction saying, "I think it really destroyed my brain and I feel incredibly devastated that I was exposed to so much porn….. I started watching porn when I was, like, 11.”  The prevalence of the “Porndemic” among youth today is shocking, yet many parents are unaware of how prevalent it is and the devastating effects on youth.  So just how pervasive is the Porndemic among teens and children?  Here are a few startling statistics...

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Featured, Pornography, Recovery, Teens -

If you're tired of porn and ready to block it for yourself or others in your environment, there are number of things you can do to prevent access to porn. However, if you're struggling with addiction yourself, in addition to blocking porn, its critical that you also work on overcoming porn for good so that it is no longer an issue. Why you may want to quit porn: There are many critical reasons to quit looking at porn.  For starters, porn kills love, and really a lot of other things too. It's mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and even  physically numbing. Long-term, it destroys relationships...

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Class, Featured, Pornography, Recovery -

By Heather Nielsen Feeling stuck in your goals or problems? You may be self-sabotaging and here's what you can do about it. Relapse and porn addiction recovery can sometimes feel like spinning your tires in the mud or snow while sinking deeper and deeper. While there may be several reasons for this, including unresolved past experiences and a poor recovery strategy, there are other kind of mental blocks that may be preventing you from successful recovery. Watch below as Shane Prettner and I explain what causes these blocks, why they may sometimes be beneficial, and how to overcome them to...

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For Women, Pornography, Recovery -

Join our free women's partner support group here. I was young and in love–a good, christian girl marrying who I thought was a good, christian man. Sure, I knew what pornography was, but I never imagined it would soon play a role in not only one, but two divorces, leaving me a single mom of 3, or that it would later become the focus of my career. As a wife whose husbands struggled with sexual addiction, I was hurt, broken, paranoid, and angry. I felt violated. I didn’t understand how they could do that to me or why it kept happening....

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