A documentary, “Miss Representation,” examines how women are featured in the media and the harmful effects it is having on girls and boys. Exposure to objectifying women regularly makes it more acceptable to view darker or more harmful forms of objectifying women such as online pornography.
There are few trials more difficult for parents than to discover that their son has a sexual addiction. Sadly, they most often blame themselves for their son’s misconduct. This is unfortunate but there is much that can be done to help your son. Here are a few of the Do’s and Don’ts to help guide you as a parent.
We need strategies and battle plans to achieve the victory over addiction.
When an unknown addiction or infidelity is discovered it can be the most debilitating moment of your life with devastating mental, physical and emotional consequences.
When trying to determine if pornography is an issue that may need clinical intervention, it may be helpful to understand how clinicians define addiction.
Shane Adamson is a professional counselor in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He gives us the big 5.
Wireless internet usage is currently at 20 exabytes per month – that is twenty billion gigabytes – and is projected to grow to fourfold by 2024. All of us will be exposed to pornography (intentionally or not), and the age of first exposure is getting younger.
Pornography is a selfish master that will try to blame everyone involved.