Love, intimacy, and connection with a real human being will always be infinitely more fulfilling than an endless fantasy world of extreme sex found online.
Articles from "Love & Relationships"
A couple’s story does not have to be defined by or end with porn—we believe there is always hope, especially for partners who equally want to fight for the relationship.
“We communicate so much more. We are more confident with each other. We are more relaxed during sex. It feels like there’s a spark there.”
If the consumer knew for an absolute certainty that this pornography was made free of exploitation, would watching it still be harmful?
“Pornography use is almost never an indicator of better relationship quality in general. And indeed, these patterns hold true across slightly different measures of pornography use and after adjusting for relevant sociodemographic factors.”
“I was single and thought it wouldn’t affect me once I was in a relationship or married. Now though…I believe I not only made a smart decision in giving up porn after that, but a life-altering decision, too.”
“I’ve been sharing my body with you guys for 10 years, I’ve been doing porn officially for 10 years, so I’m kind of ready to start savoring myself for me. I want to have sex with people that I want to have sex with.”
If you’ve come across these types of articles but still haven’t found the motivation you need to kick your porn habit, we’ve got 50 good reasons for you.
Porn kills love by streamlining artificial sexual experiences, and discouraging a need for intimacy by demeaning everything exciting about real connections.
Everyone is different and may handle themselves in different ways with porn. The following info can still be useful in identifying a persistent porn habit.
“In regard to the relationship of porn use and dominant/target sexual behaviors, we found relationships with both past-year frequency of porn use and lifetime range of porn use and participants’ reporting of dominant and target sexual behaviors.”