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How to Tell Your Parents You’re Struggling with Porn

Last Updated: November 3, 2020

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson (MJ) is co-founder and Dean of Dating at Future Marriage University, where he has a blast sharing practical, passionate Biblical truth about sex, dating, and relationships with college students, youth, and young adults. He also video blogs with his wife, Julie (and sometimes his kids). If you like his writing, you’ll love him live. That’s what his mom says, anyway.

So, you’ve reached the necessary place of maturity or desperation (or both) to recognize your need for your parents’ partnership in your fight for freedom from pornography.

I hate that you find yourself in this place, but I’m so hopeful about your future, because you’re doing the right thing. The freedom you want is possible! But not alone.

In fact, what you’re about to do is so stinking grown up! Do you understand that?

Mature people struggle and even fail, but then they come forward of their own free will to confess their struggles and failures, so they can get the help they need and make amends. Here are three tips to guide you in doing just that with your parents.

1. Pray

If you didn’t know, conversations like this usually don’t go well by accident. This is why you first want to pray for God’s sovereign wisdom and grace over this entire process.

In fact, praying about this conversation in advance is so significant that I devoted an entire post to explaining why it’s so critical and then guiding you in how to pray. (I encourage you to read that post first.)

2. Prepare

In preparation, you first want to clearly consider what you need to confess. Now, this doesn’t mean sharing all the gory details, but you do want to share the facts which will enable your parents to fully understand the scope of your struggle.

Here are some questions to guide you:

  • Tell them about your first exposure: Exactly how old were you? Where were you? What kind of device were you using? How did you find it? Was it on purpose or by accident? How long was your first exposure? What kind of porn did you see? Was anyone else involved or aware?
  • How has your porn use progressed over time? You want them to know at what point you crossed new lines in type, risk, frequency, and/or duration.
  • What are the details of your current use? (Use questions above)
  • Have you been acting out sexually apart from porn use either by yourself or with other people online, via sexting, and/or in real life?
  • What measures have you gone to in order to hide your porn use? (If you hold back on this part, you will continue to give porn a foothold in your life, and it will take it. Gladly. So don’t hold back. Tell them everything.)
  • What do you think draws you to porn? (It’s more than the fact that you have hormones and it’s fun. Check out this post for guidance in answering this question: 21 Lies Porn Uses to Keep You in Bondage.)

I know some of those details may make you cringe to share, but again, this is simply what healthy people do when they want to break free from an unhealthy burden. They confess. Freely. Honestly. Completely.

When you confess your porn use, it will be extremely painful for both you and your parents, but it’s that very painful confession that begins to loosen porn’s hold on your life. For some encouragement, read my story about confession.

Confessing the pertinent facts won’t only prove good for the soul, it will also help your parents help you. It’s incredibly difficult to help someone without all the relevant information. And to be clear, this is the most important part of your conversation: not what you’ve been doing in the past, but who you want to be in the future and what help you will need to get you there.

  • Start by sharing what actions you are prepared to take or changes you are prepared to make to win your freedom. For suggestions, check out this post: How to Quit Porn–6 Essential Steps
  • Then consider how you would propose your parents help you. (Nothing vague, like “I’d like you to pray for me and hold me accountable,” but specific like, “I want you to pray with me every night, keep my phone overnight, and put porn-blocking software on all devices.”) Read this post with your parents on how to set up healthy accountability structures.

Remember! Don’t do all this preparation on your own, involve the God who loves you and can help you prepare for the questions He already knows your parents will ask.

3. Plan

Ever heard someone say, “Timing is everything”?

Well it isn’t everything, but it’s pretty important when it comes to having difficult discussions. That said, you want to plan a good time for this conversation.

On the one hand, the best time to confess a secret sin is generally sooner rather than later. Most people would rather discover you’ve been hiding something from them for a week, than for a year. Or 14 years.

On the other hand, there are usually negative repercussions to engaging in a delicate dialogue like this while you or the other person are worried, rushed, angry, tired, or hungry (WRATH). So plan a time when you and your parents are least likely to be any of those things.

Even better? Give your parental units a friendly heads-up: “Hey Mom and Dad, I need to tell you about something I’m really struggling with and I’d like your help. Can we talk after dinner tonight?”

Basically, plan your timing prayerfully, because God’s timing is perfect, even when it’s dealing with our mess.

Final thoughts:

  • At the end of the day, there really isn’t any “good time” to deliver hard news, so don’t fool yourself into waiting for that perfect movie scene moment where everything can be wrapped up in a five-minute conversation.
  • Unless you live in a movie, these types of conversations take more than five minutes.
  • It would be normal and healthy, for this conversation to lead to others. You took some time getting to where you are. Expect to take some time to get where you want to be.
  • This conversation isn’t really about porn. It’s about your personal wholeness and the health of your relationship with your parents.
  • Don’t expect your parents to respond well. They’re only human. Plus, they haven’t had the time to pray, prepare, and plan for this talk, like you have.
  • Don’t forget God’s going into this meeting with you and will be there every moment, totally present to give you wisdom, peace, patience, understanding, courage, and whatever else you need.
  • If you know another trusted adult to whom you feel safer, confess to them first. They can even pray for you, help you prepare and plan your approach, and even possibly be there with you when you talk with your parents.

Know that as I write these final words, I am praying for you! And if you’d like me to pray for you specifically, comment below or reach out to me at my email on our website.

Here’s some final encouragement from God’s word: “What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously give us all things?” – Romans 8:31-32

Related: To the Teenager Alone and Ashamed Because of Your Porn Use

  • Comments on: How to Tell Your Parents You’re Struggling with Porn
    1. MJ on

      So hoping this post helps MANY! Incidentally, I had to confess my own struggle with porn to my Dad. And I am SO GLAD I did! Thanks for sharing my thoughts and encouragement with the world, Covenant Eyes.

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      • Reily on

        Hi, my name is Reily. I’m 11 and have been struggling with a porn addiction since I was 6. I was on my tablet and I searched a YouTube account and instead found porn. I think I kept on watching it because those girls were just so pretty. I’ve always been insecure about myself. And I thought I’d never be like them. My mom had me when she was young. I’m afraid she will think I will turn out like her. Tonight I just broke down and cried. I’m scared what do I do?

      • Moriah Bowman on

        Reilly,

        It takes a lot of courage to reach out and ask for help, so I want to tell you how proud I am of you for doing so! Did you know that there are other kids your age who struggle with porn addiction? You are not alone! There are kids living around the world who watch porn and also struggle with insecurity. Kids with older parents and younger parents. Just because your mom had you at a young age, does not mean that you are going to struggle with porn forever!

        I want you to be free from porn! But, this is not easy to do, and telling your mom can be very scary. It is okay to be worried and nervous. I want to encourage you to pray to God and ask him to help give you the strength to talk to your mom, or someone else that you trust. You could tell a teacher, a doctor, or anyone that cares for you. The best part about prayer is that you can do it any time you want! I like to pray as I’m falling asleep at night, when it’s quiet and I can focus on talking to God.

        Please know that you are so very special in God’s eyes. Although porn can make us all feel hopeless sometimes, our lives are worth fighting for! I hope that you are able to find courage to fight against this. Remember – the best thing you can do right this second is ask God to be with you and to give you strength.
        Feel free to comment again if you have any questions or would just like advice.
        I am praying for you, Reilly!
        Moriah

      • L on

        My parents would never suspect that a person like me would ever struggle with porn, they’ve asked me and my brothers several times and we all deny it but deep down in my heart I want to tell them because I know that as soon as I do a weight will be lifted off my shoulders. We’re a Christian family with pretty good morals so this isn’t something usual. I don’t know how to tell the though

      • Moriah Bowman on

        L,

        I hope you will be encouraged to know that this is NOT unusual. Christians and unbelievers BOTH struggle with porn. You are not alone! Many people say that Christians should never struggle with porn, but we are not exempt from sin! We can and will have the same temptations as those who do not follow Christ.

        That being said, telling your parents can still be scary. Before you tell them anything, reach out to God in prayer (and Scripture!), and ask him to give your parent’s grace in wisdom for when you do tell them. You are right—a huge weight will be lifted off of your shoulders!
        I am praying for you! God bless,
        Moriah

      • symounona on

        I’m a 12 year old, and I’m going to tell my mom tomorrow. She already knew that I had been looking before, but I started again 4 months ago. I’m a Christian and I decided that I needed to be worthy and stop lying to everyone. I thought I could get rid of it on my own, but I realized it wouldn’t work. It was like some part of my brain wanted to keep looking at porn, but the right side of my mind didn’t. The only thing is, I’m nervous of whether or not I should tell my mom my dad also had been looking at porn, because a week ago, I was on his phone and I saw he had porn open on a tab.

      • Moriah Bowman on

        Symounona,

        Praise God that you want to be free from porn! That is truly amazing. Although it is possible to overcome porn on your own, having a friend, parent, or mentor to share your journey with makes a huge difference! I think that telling your mom about what you are going through is the right choice, especially since you have told her about this in the past! I will be praying that she listens to you and responds with love and patience.

        As for the situation with your dad, this is a difficult position for you to be in! You are probably feeling like you don’t want to snitch on your dad, but that is also a big secret to keep. If I were you, I would consider bringing it up when you talk to your mom about your own struggles with porn. It may surprise your mom, but I think that if you are trying to be free from porn yourself, it will be hard to do so knowing that your dad also watches porn. Above all, pray before you say anything and ask God to give you the courage to talk about it. I am so sorry that you are so young and saw porn on your father’s phone – no 12 year old should have to be exposed to that, but many are.

        I am praying for you! You are so strong, and you are fighting an amazing battle for freedom. I am proud of you.
        Blessings,
        Moriah

    2. Zo on

      I am an 18yr old girl who has been struggling with masturbation for 14 years and now porn for just over a year- but I’m that Christian girl that no one, least of all my parents, would ever suspect I struggle with something like this. They’re Christians too and they’re great, but I’m still worried about telling them..!

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      • Moriah Dufrin on

        Zo,

        Confessing your struggles to anyone is no easy thing, especially when it is your parents. I commend you for wanting to tell them, but I understand your fears in doing so. I would first recommend that you pray. Ask God for wisdom in a) how to tell them, and b) your plan to overcome this addiction. Prayer is a powerful tool from God!

        Be strong and courageous. If God is for you, who can be against you?
        Blessings,
        Moriah

      • Bekah on

        I’ve told the people on my Christian WhatsApp group about my porn and masturbation struggles. I no longer struggle with porn—praise God!!—but, I still struggle with masturbation. Should I still tell my parents, even though I’ve told a whole bunch of other people?

      • Kay Bruner on

        Your sexuality is your own private business. You get to decide who you share information with. If your parents would be supportive and helpful to you, then that might be good. But if they are going to be shaming and judgmental, please don’t tell them. It will only make things worse.

        Also: masturbation is not a sin. It’s simply an expression of your normal sexual desire. There is literally not a single bible verse to support the idea that this is a sin. Sexual pleasure is a good and simple part of life, and making it into a sin creates shame where it’s completely unnecessary.

        I hope that helps,
        Kay

    3. Kenrick on

      Please pray for me. I want to tell my parents about my addiction

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      • Moriah Dufrin on

        Hi Kenrick,

        Your desire to be honest is very encouraging! It is no easy task to share your addiction with others, especially parents. I would encourage you to start with prayer. Ask God to give your parents an attitude of grace and love when you tell them. And when you do approach them, do so in humility!

        If you aren’t ready to tell them yet, do not give up hope. Reach out to someone else you trust for guidance. This can be a church leader, counselor, friend, or other relative.

        You are not in this alone! Stay strong!
        Blessings,
        Moriah

    4. Dylan Garrett on

      umm, hello. My father is always so mad at me because i’m really clumsy. Once I got in a chatroom on Amino, and my dad found out. He was so mad that i’m only 12 and i could really be talking to a middle-aged man who lives in his mom’s basement and is trying to kidnap and rape me. I don’t know if i’m depressed or not. I might have a memory problem that may be serious, but i’m saying this because i always forget how and why i got in trouble. Then i end right back where i started. I did this because my dad never lets me go over to my friends house, or even connect my ps4 to the internet and play online with him. My dad kept me from my friends and i barely get to see them in school. Now that this whole carona virus thingy is happening, i used Amino to make friends to talk to and relate to. Today my dad caught me masturbating to porn in the shower. He’s already disappointed and angry at me all the time, so tommorow, he said we are gonna have a looooong talk about this. To be honest, i’m a little scared. This was hard for me to share. Can you pray for me please?! Oh, and please respond to this as soon as possible!

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      • Moriah Dufrin on

        Dylan,

        I am praying for you, that God would give your father and understanding spirit. I pray that God also showers you in peace! May you cling to Him as your ultimate source of comfort and healing.

        Blessings!
        Moriah

    5. colton gunn on

      Hello, my name is Colton, I am 13 years old and have been struggling with porn since I was 8, but the addiction has never been as bad as it has been lately. My parents are very strong Christians. And I have been praying so badly that God would heal my porn addiction. I have been watching porn even when I do my online schoolwork because of covid. And to be honest I hate porn, I dispise it! But every day and night I have to watch it, and I hate myself for it. My parents have caught me watching porn before, multiple times, so I am sure that they know I have this problem. But I know that they are under a lot of stress right now and that it will break their heart if I tell them that I have been watching porn. The guilt that porn leaves me is so extreme and the only time I don’t feel guilty is when I am watching it. It is a terrible feeling and a sick addiction, can you please help me have courage to tell them about my problem? Please answer soon, Thanks.

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Colton,

        Thank you for being honest and sharing your struggles here! You are not alone! I like to think of porn as a trap. It’s hard to get out of, even if you are trying your hardest to do so. That being said, telling your parents can be a great first step to recovery. Before you do so, pray! Ask God to give you courage, and your parents grace. If it helps to tell a friend or mentor first, do that!

        You are strong! You CAN overcome porn!
        Praying for you,
        Moriah

    6. Victoria Rose on

      Hi, I’m Victoria, I am 12 years old and have been watching porn for a year. I know that a year isn’t very long but I just think it’s weird for a girl who just got her period do be horny. It has been destroying my life, and I have no clue what to do. I have a therapist, a girl, who I could talk to but what am I supposed to say? So I have decided to tell my parents about watching porn for the past year. Iv’e had no idea how, because there are four other girls in my house and my dad is always mad and my mom is always tired or annoyed. But this has helped me, wish me luck.

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Victoria,

        Telling your parents about your porn struggles can be scary! Before doing so, pray to God and ask him to help you be at peace. I would also encourage you to talk to your therapist about this! I have found that my own therapist has been great at asking me the right questions and helping me to communicate appropriately with those around me, even when I am anxious or afraid.

        I am praying for you! Be strong. You are amazing!
        Blessings,
        Moriah

    7. Samuel on

      I just saw a glimpse of porn when I was scrolling on a website for school and I closed it immediately I already, told my parents about it but, I am kinda scared that I might get addicted to it like other young kids how do I stray away from that happening?

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Hi Samuel!

        Thanks for reaching out! Great question. I am encouraged to hear that you are looking to stop porn before there is even the chance for addiction. I also want to commend you for telling your parents! I have 3 suggestions for you!

        First, pray! Ask God to give you a continued desire to turn to Him, not porn.
        Second, keep talking to your parents! Ask them to hold you accountable and check in regularly with how you are doing.
        Finally, if you aren’t already using Covenant Eyes, give it a try! It is an excellent tool for protecting your devices. And you can use it with your parents!

        Blessings! Stay strong.
        Moriah

    8. Jayden on

      I’ve been watching porn for a week and I am a Christian and I know porn is bad and I want to tell my parents so that they can help me stop watching porn but, I don’t know how to tell them and I’m scared.

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Hi Jayden,

        Telling your parents can be difficult, and you are not alone in this. I remember when I was in middle school, I came across an inappropriate image and was so scared to tell my parents. I thought that they would judge me or punish me. But, when I did tell them, they were kind and gracious! We are all sinners. Kids, adults—everyone. Pray to God and ask him to give your parents grace and peace for the time when you do tell them. Sharing your struggles with someone else will make a huge difference in quitting porn.

        I am praying for you!
        Blessings,
        Moriah

    9. jordan on

      hi! i am a 17 year old girl who has been struggling with pornography for 8 years now. i have told ladies at my church and have prayed constantly. there have moments when i was clean for awhile (the most has been 2-3 months), but it somehow always comes back. but, i never lose my trust in God. even though i fail, He is my Father who loves me no matter what! i am currently clean for a few days and i am so excited to one day be able to share my testimony to my parents. i havent told them yet, but the day that i do will be an exciting day for me. knowing that im free and happy is such an exciting thing to look forward to. thank you for this site and app!! what a blessing to so many!

      Reply
    10. Lyle on

      Hey there again this is username someoneouthere but i changed the name bexause i thought maybe that’s why you deleted my comments. You already know who and how old i am and that i need help, so EASE dont ignore me this time. If you delete this comment again i dont know what i will do. just dont. thanks

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Hi friend,

        I actually responded to your last comment, did you not see it? I did not delete any of your comments, and I actually left you a few words of encouragement. If you still can’t see it, let me know. I apologize for any confusion

        Blessings,
        Moriah

    11. Ray on

      Hello, I’m Ray. I’m 14 years old.
      When I was very little my babysitters kids taught me what sex was. I was a toddler at the time. But it always stuck to me. As I got older say around 8 I began to watch women giving birth. Idk why i just liked it. Then I was around 10 or 11 when I went to visit my cousin and she told me how her and her friend watched porn and liked it. Then I got curious. So me and her started watching porn. I guess I just liked the feeling it gave me. At the time I watched it on her phone. Then when I got home I was bored and thought to myself what if I just went on MY phone and watched a couple. Not a lot just a couple. Then that’s how to addiction began. I’ve had it for years. I was in a public school for the first time ever. I didn’t know much about sinful desires until I met the people around me. I’ve grown up in a Christian safe environment and didn’t know about how hard the real world was. And apparently my faith wasn’t in good shape. I fell into the worldly desires. Fell away from God.. right now though my parents put me in a Christian school. Thankfully. But now that I’m Getting closer to God I realize how much it is important to quit this addiction. I DO NOT want to tell my parents A THING. to me I think to myself “what if I just stopped and never did it again and completely moved on?”
      “Then I couldn’t feel too much ashamed.”
      “Just a t like it never happened.” But I don’t think my thinking was all correct. Idk what to think though. I can’t tell if the devil is speaking to me or God or if it’s just me. Anyways. I just don’t want to tell them I don’t want to see them disappointed in me. But I feel like I owe it to them. Also I feel like if I don’t tell them God will be mad at me and I’ll go to Hell or I won’t be a good Christian. No matter what else I do no matter how close I get with God I feel like if I don’t confess to my parents he will never truly like me. Or accept me. Or allow me to go to heaven. Or bless me. Or be by my side. I’m always constantly worrying that they are going to find out. I’m constantly worrying about making God happy. I’m constantly worrying and crying and asking for forgiveness. But it all repeats. It’s all a never ending cycle.
      Pleaseeee pray for me and respond as soon as possible please!

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Hi Ray,

        First, I want to thank you so much for reaching out on our blog and asking for prayer and advice! That is an incredible first step towards quitting porn! One thing I really want you to understand is that you, even at 14 years old, are not alone in your struggle. I have heard stories from many kids your age who also struggle with porn. You are young, and there is no better time than now to quit porn!

        Telling your parents is hard, I know. I remember when I was your age, I didn’t even want to tell my parents that I had lied to them about my homework. Talking about porn with your mom and dad might seem awkward and scary, but they love you. And there is a good chance that when they were your age, they struggled too!

        Before you take any next steps, pray to God and ask him to give you the peace and strength to overcome porn and maybe even tell your parents. The power of prayer is truly amazing! God will never reject you. He is not going to send you to Hell because you are struggling with porn addiction. You are God’s child, made in his image, and through him, you can be free from porn!

        I want to leave you with some encouragement from Hebrews 4:15-16, “For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are—yet he did not sin. Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.”

        I am praying for you, Ray! Please feel free to reply if you have any more questions or need encouragement.
        Moriah

    12. Bela on

      I also have the same struggle as others. Although in my situation ive already confessed to my mom about porn before…after a few months i thought the stuggle was finished, i even became closer to God too after that…but just then a few days ago these old habbits came back (masturbation/porn). Although I’ve stopped again now, and I feel as dirty as before and my mom also noticed that somethings off with me. The 1st time I confessed to her she took it well and explained to me how Holy our body was etc., but somehow after that her trust on me went down. Like during whenever I’m doing nothing she’d remind me that I might be tempted again and that i better do something to distract myslef, those sorts of things. As of now I know I should tell her, although i just don’t feel ready for her trust to go down on me again. Especially with the fact that this time includes masturbation. I really dont know if she could take it this time.

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      • Caleb on

        Hi. I’m a 15 yr old boy, I have been addicted to porn and masturbation since I was around 12. It started when I poked around some websites, but now it’s full blown into a daily thing. I’ve always wanted to quit, because my family is a Christian family and I know this is horribly wrong. I prayed and told my church cell group leader and it did help, but the longest streak I’ve ever had was 1 week abstinence. I know without my parents I can’t do it. But it’s just so hard. I’m pretty sure they are going to be infuriated, especially my mom. They want me to be a godly person, but I’ve hidden this from them for years. I can’t bear facing that kind of shame. Do you have any tips on how to allay my fears?

      • Keith Rose on

        Hi Caleb,
        Thanks for reaching out. I know it can be really scary to admit your struggles to your parents – I’ve been there too! It’s scary because it’s hard to talk about these things with your parents, and it’s scary because you don’t always know how they’ll respond. We have another post that offers some encouragement before you talk to your parents about your struggle. See here. God bless you, I’m praying for you!
        God bless,
        Keith

    13. Levi on

      I have been dealing with porn for a few months, more specifically about five and a half months, and i have tried and failed time and time again to quit. So I have decided that I am going to tell my mom in two days on Wednesday October 1st. And set up covenant eyes screen accountability. Please pray for me. I can’t sleep I’m so nervous.

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      • Samantha Groll on

        Hi Levi,
        We are praying that it goes (or has gone, if you’ve already told her) well for you.

        Blessings,
        Samantha

    14. Luke on

      I am 11 years old, almost 12, and I have been struggling with porn for the past 4 months. I feel terrible, and I have really tried to stop. Through porn I came across masturbating, and have been masturbating since mid-September. I want to tell my parents, and I am scared of what they will think of me when I confess. I don’t know what to do. I also just told my parents I have been goofing off in zoom class, and I am scared to tell them another thing they do not know about me.

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Hi Luke,

        Thank you for being bold and honest and asking for help! Please know that you are not alone! There are many other boys and girls your age who are struggling with porn too. Telling your parents about this can be scary, but I’m so proud of you for wanting to tell them and trying to stop. If you are not comfortable telling your parents, perhaps there is another adult you can talk to first? I do think that your parents need to know, but you tell them when you are ready. I will be praying that God gives you the courage to tell them and that they will listen to you and help you overcome this.

        You are strong! You are worth it!
        Moriah

    15. None on

      So um im not gonna say my name but i am a 13 year old girl who, thankfully, is finally free of porn and masturbation! I was really grateful that I shook this addiction off, even if it only lasted for a few months. However, I recently have felt God urging me to tell my parents. I know I’ve made peace with God, but I’m still scared. It all started because a few years ago my older sister got some kind of mental illness, and then it felt like my parents never had time for me anymore. I was already in middle school, but they never gave me the birds and the bees talk. I didn’t wanna feel “uneducated” I guess, so I looked up sex one day. I found all these articles, but then wanted to see what it actually looked like. I truly regret it, but my family is super religious and I’m worried they will judge me because I’ve always been their perfect straight-A, Christian little girl. I know I should tell them, but I don’t have the courage yet even though I’ve been praying to God for it. I hope the day will come soon when I can tell them, but anyways thank you so much for just listening to my thoughts.

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      • Moriah Bowman on

        Hi friend!

        Praise God that you are free from porn and masturbation! That is amazing! I know that other kids your age will read your comment and be so encouraged by it.

        It’s okay if you aren’t ready to tell your parents yet. Keep praying and asking God for the right time to tell them. I’ll be praying this for you as well!
        Blessings,
        Moriah

    16. Carter on

      I have struggled with porn since the age of 9. Now I’m 11 and I watch it daily. I got it off my friends when they sent me a link with porn on it. I have just been watching it over and over again because of the teen girls. It is getting out of control and I need help

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      • Keith Rose on

        Hello Carter! Thanks for reaching out to us. Have you tried talking to your parents yet? It’s really important that you reach out for help as soon as possible. I know it’s hard, but the longer you wait the more of a hold porn is going to have on you. And we have lots of resources for parents if they need help!
        Blessings,

        Keith

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