How much is the right amount to disclose about your sex addiction or pornography addiction to your spouse? This post is a brief primer for "disclosure," a necessary part of recovery and rebuilding trust.
Sex and pornography addiction serve a purpose for the person who struggle with addiction. It is a temporary fix to a more permanent issue.
What can we learn about sex & pornography addiction and supportive family members from Dexter? Check out this post.
People often look for the silver bullet or magic pill to overcome sex addiction or porn addiction. The truth is those things don't exist. But, there are certain steps that every client who has overcome their addiction has taken.
I'm watching Rehab with Dr. drew and realizing the similarities between drug addictions and addiction to sex & pornography.
Self-esteem can be directly correlated to sex or pornography addiction. Healthy self-esteem lessens the possibility of being crippled by addiction.
How do you identify the triggers that lead you to relapsing in a sex or pornography addiction? It's not as difficult as you think.
In this post we'll look at additional markers and experiences that create an addiction foundation for the sex and/or pornography addict's addiction. In a former post we looked at this topic from an "early exposure" perspective - now we look at other common markers.
Does pornography addiction hurt the addict and his or her friends and family? Some say it's really not a big deal. Others say it is. I weigh in with what I've heard from porn addicts.
My partner says it's "a pornography addiction" or "sex addiction." How do I know if it is or if it's just bad behavior?