What kind of help is there for those who struggle with a pornography compulsion, obsession, or even addiction? As it turns out, a lot.
If you’ve struggled with repeated setbacks on your journey to quitting porn, this article is for you. Begin again, for as many times as it takes.
Stepping away from porn’s powerful short-term appeal (for real) typically only happens when the motive to change becomes powerful enough.
“I didn’t stop watching porn for a relationship, and no one had to convince me to stop. I stopped watching for me and my well-being.”
Any of these things or a combination of them could mean something entirely unrelated to porn, but here are six possible signs that porn may be affecting your relationship.
“Despite my hurt, I know he’s not watching porn because he believes I’m not enough. He watches because porn can be addicting. He knows it is hurtful, and I don’t even think he wants to, honestly.”
The purpose of #NoPornovember is to change the conversation on the topic of porn around the world. It’s time to take a stand and speak out. Are you in?
All November, we’ll release new content and share ways people around the world can change the conversation about porn. Here’s how you can be a part of it.
If you’re reading this, it might be because you or someone you know is participating in #RepTheMovement Day. Here’s what that means.
Here are a few companies and brands that have partnered with this global fight for love, or have pledged to give back to our worldwide awareness efforts.
Considering an estimated 91.5% of men and 60.2% of women consume porn, let’s examine how porn may be affecting consumers, relationships, and our society.
“I reached out to a friend and I spilled my heart to her. Literally as the words ‘I have a problem with porn’ left my mouth it was as if a physical weight was lifted from me.”