My most read blog post is “Husbands Who Watch Porn: What Are Their Wives Saying?” While I’m glad to see more readers are finding helpful information here, that post was the beginning of a sad journey for me. I’ve since read many emails and received many comments from women who feel helpless and hopeless because of a man in their life with a seemingly unending thirst for porn. A website that has been helping many women find comfort and help for their husbands is PornAddictHubby.com. The site is responding to a growing need among women. According to PornAddictHubby, there may … Continue reading →
I recently read this testimony from a woman on the blog, A Good Husband. It is a candid testimony of a woman whose husband has been going through a 40-year addiction to pornography. It was a sobering testimony to read. Many thanks to the anonymous woman behind these words: – – – – I have been married to a creative, talented, intelligent, funny (I could go on) guy for 30+ years. When we were engaged he told me he had been involved in both soft-pornography and masturbation for (in his terms) a short period of time, but that he had stopped … Continue reading →
This is the trailer for the movie FIREPROOF, coming to theaters in August:
I highly recommend taking a look at Judith Reisman’s September article, “The Impotence Pandemic.” It has long been touted by relationship therapists that a little pornography can spice up our sex lives. It is believed that male impotence is caused by a mere lack of visual stimulation: add a little porn and the problem goes away. Or so some think . . . Reisman quotes a sampling of psychiatry professors, neurobiologists, and neuroscientists to demonstrate that rather the opposite is true: Pornography actually does more to contribute to impotence than cure it.
A casual exploration of the Internet will show how pornography is affecting marriages across the country. It seems that many people coming from a variety of faith backgrounds are talking about how pornography is hurting relationships in their ranks, everyone from Catholics to Protestants to Jews to Muslims. Even those approaching this issue from a secular perspective acknowledge the negative effects of pornography on male sexuality, and thus on male-female relationships. Covenant Eyes has a new resource to help wives who have just discovered their husbands’ “secret sin.” Read on to find out more …