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.
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“Tony was exposed to porn for the first time when he was eight years old. He had been viewing porn for eleven years by the time we had met.”
“Since him, I have found it so easy to put away the porn. I am in my first relationship where I have been able to say ‘I love you’ without secrets.”
“Toward the end of the relationship, when his obsession with porn seemed to be at an all-time high, he got more controlling and sexually assaulted me.”
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.
The key finding by welfare workers was those viewing porn could not see the difference between fantasy and reality and believed “women are up for it 24/7.”
According to a recent study, more than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had a sexual encounter.
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.
Kindness has a way of drawing people in and helping them actually think about and internalize what you’re saying. Fight for real love with real love.
As an organization, we have never intended the phrase “Porn Kills Love” to be shaming. Helping people recognize that porn is harmful isn’t about shaming them, it’s about inviting them to truly consider how porn impacts their life.
“We had been dating for a year when I asked him, out of the blue, if he had a pornography problem. His answer started a journey I never could have expected.”