It appears to me that there are more resources, websites, articles and books on the subject of sexual immorality and sin than when I first began recovery. I wish it weren't so. That may seem like an odd sentiment, but it's true. I wish there were less resources BECAUSE there was less sexual sin going on in our society, in our families and in our churches. The truth is the opposite is true, so I am thankful for the many quality resources out there. Here are a few I've ran across for your benefit. Keep in mind that nearly all of these sites have more information that this one article, so it wouldn't hurt to take a gander at all the available resources. This list is by no means exhaustive and when I find something of good use I will make sure to post it in a later post:
“Something I have found personally helpful in counseling with both men and women through this issue is helping the counselee identify what motivates him or her to seek out pornography. In some ways we might say the actual viewing of pornography is symptomatic of a deeper worship disorder that is happening in the heart. What motivates and precedes the viewing of pornography? Once that can be identified then more specific biblical counsel can often be offered.”
New brain research suggests it is as strong as addiction to cocaine and heroin because of its unique combination of stimulant and opiate.