An ally is a person that receives your accountability report and helps hold you accountable for your device activity.
Regardless if you want an ally, Covenant Eyes can help you find freedom from pornography! Select an option below to learn about Covenant Eyes and our suggestions for finding an ally:
I’m ready to overcome pornography, but I don’t want an ally.
Pornography can be a vulnerable subject. But we’re happy you’re here!
In most cases, sheer willpower, going “cold turkey,” or fighting against pornography solo doesn’t typically lead to success.
Subscribe to Covenant Eyes and use our tools to help you find freedom:
- Monitoring: our monitoring app, Screen Accountability, randomly captures screenshots of your devices and analyzes them for explicit imagery.
- Blocking: our app also blocks explicit websites so you cannot access inappropriate content.
- Reporting: we send you and/or an ally an emailed report of your activity, devices, and progress.
- Resources: we provide free email challenges, video series, and other tools to help you succeed. For example, you can sign up anonymously for our STRIVE: 21-Day Porn Detox program.
- Complimentary Technical Support: our US-based Member Care team is available to assist you via chat, email, or phone.
I am ready to overcome pornography, and I want an ally.
Many people find freedom from pornography when they reach out for help to a trusted friend. Please note that allies don’t have to pay Covenant Eyes; Being an ally is free!
Here are some suggestions for finding an ally:
- Partner: spouses and romantic partners can be a natural ally option. However, a spouse/partner may also be too close to the situation to give constructive support and may need personal healing. Your spouse should decide if they want to be your ally.
- Friend: a trusted friend can be a good ally. Your existing relationship can help boost your accountability journey.
- Religious Leader: a local pastor or priest can help support you and may be a good ally.
- Support Group: join a support group like Celebrate Recovery, Samson Society, Pure Desire, or Sexaholics Anonymous and see if you can find an ally.
TIP: If you want to invite or add an ally, read How do I add or remove an ally?