Before learning ONE of the methods we use to help clients quit watching porn and end their porn addiction, we have to address a very POWERFUL DYNAMIC inside the mind. With all the accountability and potential for shame and long-walks-to-the-convenience store that offline porn involves, I've found it an easy vice to give up. I feel like I disappoint people when I tell them this; they were looking for porn-acquisition hijinks, or perhaps the revelation of a secret hard drive stash, or just straight up surreptitious internet use to get my fix.
I have read a lot of books but still no avail, I only quit for about two to six months initially but these days after three to seven days I am back to it. Being a computer expert I know how I can recover my deleted porn videos on my computer, on my smartphone I even know how I can hide it from anyone.
The same goes for homosexuality; God won't just change the fact that it's sin and still say in the Bible that it is. That would be pretty darn confusing lol (I know that my murder example doesn't exactly replicate your homosexuality example; I was just showing how that wouldn't work).
For instance, when one decides to quit watching pornography, then, the expectation will be that he won't search for porn materials, neither online nor offline. These people give up and let pornography ruin their lives. Your body then becomes accustomed to these chemicals released into the brain, which results in you returning to the cause of the chemical release, which is watching porn.
I have been watching porn since I was a teen and now that i'm 25, I noticed, not only my taste in porn has gotten weirder and scary but it has also ruined my social life. Nine months ago, I started a podcast called Alex Wood Quits Everything , which has seen me also quit weed, caffeine, biting my nails, cigarettes, red meat, dairy, porn, credit cards, and gossip.
Once you have decided to quit pornography, its' time to take that decision to a higher level. So, I deleted every single porn on my laptop and phone, removed any sexual related bookmarks from browser, installed a stay focus and porn block extension on my browser.
As you continue reading, you'll get a day-by-day walk-through of the most common stages of porn addiction withdrawal. Those 10 reasons also motivate and inspire any Muslim brethren, who is troubled with pornography to quit. •Examples of People who are Interested in Porn and not Sex.
The problem that I have is that while might be incredibly sex positive and affirming for those who are involved (there are some sites out there like that, as Dan notes in his links talking about feminist and positive pornography), there are about 10 times as many sites that are exploitive and life-ruining for those participating.
Now you're somebody who doesn't look at pornography, it's really that simple. An addiction to internet porn is not an unforgivable sin.” God can and will forgive you. You can quit porn when you put your mind and focus to it. The process just takes time. Would you or someone you know like to quit the porn habit?Have you tried to quit porn before, only to find yourself caught in a demoralizing cycle of abstinence and relapse?
It's like being possessed against your will and knowledge by a different personality which pretended addict to be you for years…and one day realizing who you really are for the first time. However, I can guarantee you that if you take time to carefully read this and read in between the lines, while practicing what you find here; you will certainly quit pornography for good and see it for what it really is.
As indicated in the introduction, this article supplements my previous, 10 Reasons the Muslim Should Quit Watching Pornography In addition to everything I wrote in that article, which were all new to me, as they were inspired by conversations I had with troubled Muslim brethren as well as emails from some readers, I've learnt a whole lot of new things about pornography.