Just another day without porn.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 September 2011 01:39 Written by Wes Friday, 16 September 2011 01:43

Porn addiction loves a good sneak attack. It loves to lure you into thinking you’re all set. You’re past it. There is incredible power in the strategies outlined in Ten Keys to Breaking Pornography Addiction, but it is important to practice those strategies on a regular basis. The strategies aren’t time consuming or oppressive, but they outline a way of thinking about your addiction, and about who you are. That’s why the book starts out with the important key: You are not your addiction. But when we start to forget the strategies, and let old thinking patterns return, that’s when we start to find ourselves slipping. A little slip here, a little slip there. It may start with a stray thought about a classmate or colleague. Failing to recognize our addictive voice in that process is dangerous. That stray thought then begins to grow, perhaps slowly at first, until we experience an all out binge. One reason I find our free support forum so valuable is that it helps us remember every day to identify those thoughts that are fueled by our addiction. I find it so incredible that as soon as I acknowledge my addictive voice (“the Beast”), my addictive thinking retreats. So, this little post is just to help remind us all to keep up the sober thinking, and to recognize each pornographic thought and lust as your addictive voice, and to review frequently the principles in Ten Keys to Breaking Pornography Addiction.

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