Take the following short quiz regarding online pornography:
- Have you increased the amount of time you spend online in sexual and/or romantic endeavors?
- Are you involved in romantic or sexual affairs or conversations via the Internet?
- Have you tried to stop or cut back on the amount of time you spend online focused on sexual and/or romantic endeavors?
- Has online use interfered with work? (Online while at work, mistakes made due to staying up late online, etc.)
- Have you made an effort to hide what you’re doing online from family, friends or coworkers?
- Have you felt guilt, shame, or remorse about your online sexual or romantic activities?
- Do you feel as if you’re leading a secret or double life, hiding your online sexual or romantic activities?
- Has the quality of your face-to-face social relationships suffered as a result of your online sexual or romantic endeavors?
- Have friends or family members voiced concerns about how much time you spend online?
- Have you recently become angry or irritable when asked to give up online involvement to engage with family, friends, or coworkers?
If you answered “Yes” to three or more of these questions you may have an addiction to pornography.
If you or someone you care about is concerned about you, please contact us to set up a discrete, confidential consultation regarding an addiction to pornography.
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