Hobbies and Habits: Fighting Porn with Purpose

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What if the secret to freedom from porn isn't just quitting porn, but changing your life so there's no room for porn in the first place? Learn how to harness the power of habit to quit porn for good.

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  1. I often repost your articles to our orgs social media platform. Thank you!
    One thing we’ve noticed in our process of engaging and creating healing environments, is that individuals need group based conversation and accountability (Let People in Your Goal). The second thing organizations realize fairly soon is that recreating these spaces is cumbersome and unnecessary when there are so many that have already gone before. One such organization resolving porn addiction is, AVENUE. Since you have a relationship with AVENUE (Avenue.works) it could be added to the article as a hyperlink. For instance, “If you want to connect with a group that utilizes a fee basis, curriculum, and platforms like video meetings or phone conferencing, consider AVENUE.”

    Just a thought to direct resources within the article.

    • Hi, Adam – Avenue is a great organization. We do point people there and I appreciate the suggestion!
      Chris

    • SAA is a 12-Step Program similar to AA, only it stands for Sex Addicts Anonymous instead of Alcoholics Anonymous. It works wonders if those who attend the meetings get a sponsor and WORK the 12 Steps. So many come and go, however, and it is so sad. You never become “cured” from any particular addiction, so it is a life-time commitment to “work your recovery” each and every day. There is also a SA group, Sexaholics Anonymous, and SALA which is Sex and Love Anonymous, and they all are based on the 12 Steps.

  2. Enjoyed your article! Do you know of any information I can give to my 15 yr. old son to educate him about porn?
    He has a cell Phone. I use to have access to the phone and he recently changed the password. We got the password from him, and found 2 porn websites in the internet history. I haven’t talked to him about it yet.

    • Hello, Patricia – we have various ebooks that inform about the issue, like Porn Circuit or Your Brain on Porn. Fight the New Drug is very popular among young people and they also do a fabulous job educating about porn’s impact on people and the world.

      Chris

  3. Someone needs to start a PAA (Porn addicts Anonymous. Some of these groups share things that are more serious and can be triggers for porn users. It would be nice if there was just a group for Porn users.

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