About the author, Sam Guzman

Sam Guzman is a Product Marketer at Covenant Eyes and the co-author of Transformed by Beauty. He's also an author and editor of The Catholic Gentleman whose work has appeared in several publications. He resides in Oklahoma with his wife and three kids.

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Beauty Can Change Your Life

Parenting the Internet Generation Ebook Cover

In Transformed by Beauty, you’ll meet a priest, a musician, a ballerina, and a body builder who found freedom, healing, and peace because they encountered the beauty of a transcendent God.

Learn how beauty can help you heal from the wounds of pornography and how to have a redeemed vision.

2 thoughts on “Porn and the Desire Dilemma

  1. I’m deeply confused about having sex with my husband. While he is going though therapy for sex addiction and pornography… I feel that it would not be wise to to do this. Is there a answer? Somewhere?

    • Do you want to have sex with him? That’s really the only question that matters, in my opinion. You are under no obligation to provide sex to your husband. Choose what’s healthy for you, sexually, and follow through. if sex is a thing that substitutes for emotional intimacy, if sex is a thing you do to stop him from acting out, if sex is a thing that’s a source of manipulation or obligation then it doesn’t sound like a healthy option to me. It’s perfectly fine to let him get clean and sober before you decide what kind of sexual relationship you’re able to have with him. Peace to you, Kay

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