https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dear-anyone-who-thinks-sex-addiction-doesnt-exist_us_59ff5720e4b0d467d4c2261c I think a helpful way of thinking about the issue of sex addiction is to compare it to the term “alcoholism.” ‘Alcoholic’ is a term used to describe someone who suffers from alcoholism – they often have a physical and/or psychological desire to consume alcohol beyond their capacity to control it, regardless of how…

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A New Jersey guy dedicated to his family, friends, and church, develops unrealistic expectations from watching porn and works to find happiness and intimacy with his potential true love. Admin note: A little humor, a lot of truth, some mildly triggering scenes, but educational nonetheless. Shows the true power of porn to damage your ability…

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On the surface Adam (Ruffalo), an over-achieving environmental consultant, Mike (Robbins), a long-married small-business owner, and Neil (Gad), a wisecracking emergency-room doctor, have little in common. But all are in different stages of dealing with addiction. Confident and successful in his career, Adam is afraid to allow love back into his life, even if that…

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Like it or not, porn is here and it is harmful. In this controversial film, award-winning filmmaker Justin Hunt dissects the impact of pornography on societies around the globe, from how it affects the brain of the individual, to how modern technology leads to greater exposure to youth, to watching it literally tear a family…

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Whoever wins, we lose. Gary Wilson is the author of the e-book Your Brain on Porn: Internet Pornography and the Emerging Science of Addiction. Your Brain on Porn is available for download now, from Amazon and from the publishers’ website, commonwealth-publishing.com For more information visit yourbrainonporn.com

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  The full study can be accessed here. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0092623X.2017.1377131?journalCode=usmt20 Authors: Wright, P.J., Bridges, A.J., Sun, C., Ezzell, M., Johnson, J.A. Published August 2017 Abstract Personal pornography viewing has been associated with lower sexual satisfaction in both experimental and observational research. The language used to hypothesize this relationship typically suggests that it is frequent viewing, rather than…

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