Are you addicted to pornography?
Can you relate to any of the following; Secrecy, living a double life, denial, or justification?
Have you ever said to yourself, “It’s better to just keep my porn viewing to myself rather hurt those I love from the pain the truth will cause?”
What about saying, “I will never view pornography again; this is the last time I will ever view porn?”
How about hating porn so much that you would give anything to have it out of your life, but almost mockingly the craving hits so hard you forget the pain it causes and give in despite knowing better?
The double life makes you feel like you are two different people. Sometimes you wonder how the monster inside and burning cravings can come so alive at the forefront when most of the time you live life as a normal decent person. Are you to the point or been at the point where you figure it is just easier to give in because whatever you try or commit to doesn’t work?
Does seeking out and viewing porn seem like a “hunt” or give you a “rush” in the quest to find your next porn fix?
Have you ever been caught viewing pornography and immediately began denying to save face, get angry and justify, or feel so small you want to shrink and disappear knowing you are had?
Are you to the point where viewing porn doesn’t even feel wrong like it used to but the negative consequences are astoundingly real?
Have you ever gone to someone seeking help but not experiencing long-term results in getting away from porn?
Do you have a spouse or close family that has been affected by your habits or do you keep your porn viewing a secret?
Has porn destroyed your relationship(s)? Do your intimate and/or sexual thoughts revolve around porn?
If you have said yes to any of these questions, you are a porn addict. The fact is that is that pornography addicts have confronted most if not all of these questions.
If you don’t agree, then stop; never view porn again. If you deny you are an addict and then view porn again, know that there is somewhere that can bring hope and help in this widespread addiction. It is ok to admit that you need help; denying that fact will only bring you and those you love more pain.
It is important is to understand that you are not alone. There are millions of porn addicts in the world today, with over 40 million in the US alone. Thousands want help but are so confused they either give up trying or feel like they are running around in circles never able to get a handle on stopping. Another fact is that hundreds of porn addicts have found sobriety though Innergold.