The opposite of addiction isn’t necessarily the absence of porn consumption—it’s a connection to what’s real. Where is your grounding connection in life?
Articles from "Love & Relationships"
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.
This peer-reviewed study suggests that pornography may actually physically divide people instead of bonding them, namely those who are married.
“I didn’t stop watching pornography for a relationship, and no one had to convince me to stop. I stopped watching for me and my well being.”
There are ways to relieve stress or pass the time, but not every option is a great idea. In the case of porn, it’s worse than just internet junk food.
“Rape culture.” It’s a term many of us hear on the regular, but do all of us actually know what it is? Take a walk with us through some compelling evidence.
Research is continually showing that porn can harm relationships, and drive a wedge between partners and other relationships.
“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.”
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.
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.
“She was heartbroken to find that I had been doing something that betrayed her trust in me and made her feel inadequate. I was disgusted by what I had done and swore to never do it again.”