It is critical not to stay alone with your addiction. In this unit Phil tells us what an accountability partner is and how joining a men's group can help you leaving your addiction behind.
Nowadays, the average age when children get into contact with pornography for the first time is about 11. Parents are responsible to talk to their children about important themes like sexuality and love, to set boundaries and just to be there for them.
What are the consequences when children get all their knowledge about sexuality from internet porn? What are some warning signs that a child might have a problem with pornography and what can parents do in this case? These questions will be discussed in this unit.
There is hope! You will learn where to find help and find encouragement, because there is hope to live completely free from pornography.
Phil was only 8 years old, when he got into contact with pornographic material for the first time. In this unit he talks about how he became increasingly trapped into this addiction and what the consequences were in his life.
Where light enters, darkness has to go. The first step to freedom from addiction is to step into the light. You must confide in somebody and no longer hide with your problem.
Many addicts try to battle their addiction with programs, rules, certain thought patterns and actions. Why this cannot work and how you can really be free, you will learn in this unit.
Here Phil tells us how he tried many times in vain to break his porn addiction by his own strength and what finally was the turning point.
In this part, Phil's wife, Karina, speaks about the porn addiction of her then fiancé, how she coped with the feelings of hurt, insecurity and shame and how she found the help she needed.