In their recent analysis of 11,196 relationships via 43 different studies, researchers ultimately found five similarities among happy couples.
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If you suspect your partner is seeking out porn after they’ve promised not to, you’re not alone. Consider these conversation points from mental health professional, Jay Stringer.
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Some main issues with porn are that it can lead to isolation, objectification, and shame. Any of those sound like great things for friendships?
Porn is something you can choose to view by yourself, but watching explicit videos of strangers having sex doesn’t just affect you—it affects your partner.
“The architecture of narcissism fits well with what porn delivers. One of the core deficits in narcissism is a deficit in the capacity for intimacy.”
The harms of porn don’t discriminate based on your relationship status. Porn has the potential to affect mental health, and it promotes objectification.
If Pornhub wanted to be an educational resource, they’d discontinue hosting porn and educate about the harmful effects of porn.
Ever heard the argument that men enjoy consuming porn more because they’re more “visual” than women? Looks like that might not be the case.
A struggle with pornography is never easy to overcome, but when both partners are in it for the right reasons, what’s on the other side is so worth it.