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Good advice
by: DK

Amanda,

Your situation may seem hopeless, but I assure you it's not. I'm a woman and I went sent a similar addiction (perhaps a better word would be 'compulsion') which I was able to overcome, mostly with the help of a counselor which I found through my local mental health clinic but also with some techniques I'll outline for you below;

1. Most importantly, don't listen to others who tell you that nothing is wrong with your porn viewing habits; if you choose to stop looking at pornography, then focus on doing it, not funny excuses not to.

2. Take practical steps to break the habit. If you look at porn on the computer, move it or use your laptop in a public area in the home. If necessary, let a trusted friend or family member monitor your computer's browsing history by using a top-notch porn detection software like either http://findhisporn.com/ or http://www.paraben-sticks.com/.

3. Look back over the past few times you've spent hours looking at porn online, or viewed material you're ashamed of and think about what the trigger was.

4. If you view porn when you've been especially low and lonely, work out a plan of action in advance for the next time you feel that way.

5. You are more liable to become addicted to internet pornography if you had a childhood which makes genuine intimacy hard for you now.

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