If you believe restoration is possible for your relationship, it’s important to remember that it’s not just your partner in recovery who needs to heal.
Instead of just fighting off porn, do whatever you can to fill your mind, heart, and life with all the good stuff—the stuff that makes your life truly worthwhile.
Despite porn’s promise of improving consumers’ sex lives, there is growing evidence that porn consumption is linked to sexual dysfunction.
Countless people suffer in silence as their partner struggles with porn. Now there is finally help that offers a loving and supportive community.
Combat the normalization of porn in your home and society with education and love. If you haven’t started talking about porn yet, it might be time.
In one study, girls describe their sexual encounters as “depressing,” “humiliating,” and “degrading.” Teenage boys never used such language.
What’s more helpful than getting sex advice from an industry that profits off of fake orgasms? Actually talking with your partner.
“He makes zero attempts to initiate sex and even calls it a ‘chore,’ saying that he gets to ‘enjoy himself instead of having to focus on satisfying someone else’ because it ‘gets old.'”
It’s common for people to feel a whole range of negative emotions including rejection, loneliness, anger, and shame when they find out their partner watches porn when they were not aware.
Have you ever learned that your partner was watching porn, and immediately felt hurt by that? You’re not alone.
We applaud Terry Crews for choosing to use his globally recognized platform to talk about the real scientific harms of pornography.
As one 17-year-old female student said, “What shocked me is how those females can take anal sex… But when I tried it, I was in so much pain.”