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Posted: Oct 30, 2015

Grace Based Recovery

Performance based recovery does not lead to freedom. Discover an approach that results in deeper change and is community focused. Recovery is not easy. It is often made even more difficult when recovery programs measure progress only by performance.
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Posted: Oct 30, 2015

Hope After Porn

Today, over half of divorce cases involve one party having an obsessive interest in Internet porn. More and more men withdraw from real intimacy with their wives and into digital worlds of fantasy.
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Posted: Oct 30, 2015

Porn and Your Husband

A Recovery Guide for Wives

Discovering your husband uses porn may be one of the most emotionally devastating experiences of your life. You may wonder if you did something wrong, or why you didn’t notice the signs, or whether you will ever be able to trust him again.
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Posted: Dec 11, 2015

Steering Clear

Avoiding the Slippery Slope to Moral Failure

A foundational book on sexual integrity that discusses several issues in more depth than other books we've seen. This is a very practical book and rather than focus on ideals to strive for points out very clearly what we need to move toward in order to keep away from the slippery slope that leads to moral failure.
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Posted: Oct 30, 2015

The Battle Plan

A Five Step Approach to Removing Pornography From Your Life

Quitting porn is hard, and sometimes people just don’t know where to start. They’ve tried many times, but fall flat on their faces.
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Posted: Oct 30, 2015

The Porn Circuit

The more frequently men view pornography, the more they are likely to say they are less satisfied with sex and relationships.
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Posted: Oct 16, 2015

When Lost Men Come Home

Not for Men Only

Part story and part words of wisdom from those who have become lost in sexual compulsion, this is a fresh and different look at finding our way home.
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Posted: Oct 30, 2015

Your Brain on Porn

Sex is highly glorified in our culture. Between risqué ads and promiscuous characters, the average American will see 15,000 sexual references a year on television alone. Many shows will even glorify pornography, whether by featuring porn stars in guest roles or by actually creating shows about the industry.
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