The Porn Circuit

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Science shows us why porn is highly addictive. Learn how our neurochemistry is easily hijacked by porn to create compulsive behaviors, and discover how the brain can be rewired to escape porn's allure.

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15 thoughts on “Symptoms of Porn Addiction: Do You Have Porn “Withdrawal” Symptoms?

  1. Yes, all the time but the thing is I am a Overcomer by the blood of the Lamb and the word of my testimony which God gave me! all Men have problems with Lust but you must discipline your flesh into submission. your are not a slave to sin and a servant to God

  2. I would like if you would also talk more about the girls affected by pornography addiction, because girls have this problem, too. It’s a little hard to relate when you only speak like guys are affected by this problem.

  3. Interesting discussion. I find that most of the men I work with don’t have significant withdrawal symptoms. When we really get at what is driving the cravings, and remove the cravings, then the withdrawal symptoms don’t seem to come up.

  4. Luke, Any suggestions for how to curb the temptation to access porn on a work computer that won’t accept the CE software? I can’t do much with the computer because it is the company’s computer and I can’t remove a firewall if they have it up.

  5. Porn is also degrading to men as well because its telling all men that ALL women are only pleased with a super sized penis. Not true! And it brainwashes women into believing that’s what they need.

    • thats so true, watching porn and seeing the huge penis’s makes me feel inadequate as a man and keeps me avoiding women and fearful of getting into a relationship to find out she only wants to leave me for a man with a bigger penis

  6. Yes, many of the symptoms I have experienced. Even if I gone for a time without porn and go back to it, the cycle repeats. I have been in denial for a long time and had heard and read about how addictive it is and still was not totally aware of how it effected me. I would blame it on other things. I am sure other health problems contribute but the symptoms of the addiction are there. I think after a few months or so of not viewing it the desire or addition will decrease. I am not sure the time frame. I believe it is something I am committed to staying away from now. Of course, time will tell and actions speak louder than words.

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