In Conversation With Philip Chave
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 How to Treat and Overcome
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How to Treat and Overcome Your Porn Addiction

Pornography Addiction - Reversal, Freedom, Recovery and Support

The best way to resolve a problem is to state the problem in clear terms and then work out a strategy for recovery. Pornography addiction is no different, in that respect, than any other type of problem. Do these situations apply to you?
    Using keyboard to access sex and pornography
  • Looking at porn so much makes me feel uncomfortable
  • I realize now how difficult it is for me to stop looking at porn
  • I've tried to stop many times but always fudge up and go back to it
  • I know I have to stop looking at porn but don't know where to start
  • If I am caught it will destroy my life (both work and home)
  • It is becoming harder and harder to keep this secret from others
  • My wife (husband) suspects something and is asking questions
  • I am losing love and respect in my relationship
  • The images I look at are getting stronger and stronger
  • I am becoming more and more isolated from those around me
  • My sex life is suffering and I am using porn to self medicate
  • I feel trapped with no way out of this cycle of porn

  • How to overcome porn addiction and get your life back
  • This program is designed to help you understand the negative effects of porn
  • To help you turn the feelings of helplessness and hopelessness into happiness and love
  • Take control by building a bridge between your needs and the needs of your partner
These CD's aren't just designed to help people addicted to porn; but also to offer support for the partners of a porn addict, and to help them come to terms with the pain and rejection that they have suffered, often from feelings of guilt, confusion, panic, hate or self loathing.

The internet, cable and freeview TV, mobile phones and computers have given all of us, of any age, unprecedented access to the world of pornography, through images, video, audio and chatrooms. At one time, you used to have to go to great lengths to find this kind of material that was only available in magazines in some seedy newsagents or sex shop, but now, even young children, or anyone else, with almost no computer skills, can very easily find pornographic images and video on the net, and there is very little any of us, parents or partners, can do to stop it, or even prevent our children being subjected to this material in the ever escalating environment of social interaction.

This is being evidenced by the fact that more and more young people are becoming trapped in the downward spiral of online porn.

How do I know if I am addicted to pornography?
Many people start off using porn as a curious distraction, a curiosity that is fleeting, perhaps educational or even titillating. But those who become addicted usually end up feeling that their porn use is beyond help and out of control. You end up trying to escape from the very thing that you used as an escape in the first place. One way to tell is, if you spend time looking at porn that you should be spending doing other things, or at the expense of your productive life, or if you prefer to look at porn at the expense of your partner, family and children, then you may have a problem. The final stage of porn use is usually to move toward the more extreme, hardcore and X-rated images, movies and interactive cams and chat, to achieve the same degree of satisfaction that you achieved easily at the beginning.

Who is most likely to become addicted to porn?
Just to clarify here; anyone can become addicted to pornography or sex. You just have to have sustained, regular access, and enjoy it enought to continue to seek it out to the exclusion of else that would normally satisfy your feelings and desires. Those who may be depressed, stressed or dissatisfied with their lot are perhaps most at risk, but patients who come to The Haven Healing Centre for treatment come from all walks of life. Business owners, lawyers, administration staff, computer programmers, teachers, church leaders, doctors, managers, executives, scout leaders, electricians, plumbers, engineers, medical staff and military personnel are all at risk and have fallen victim to the power of pornography addiction. Even fellow counsellors have come for treatment after becoming curious of the things told them by their own patients, and then seeking out the thrill of naked imagery. Given the right circumstances, nobody is safe.

Overcoming Online Pornography Addiction

Your chance to lose this addiction forever!
Over 2.5 hours of insight, practical advice and tools to use in the privacy of your own home.
This double CD, easy listening set, is a question and answer interview session with Philip Chave, director of research and education at The Haven Healing Centre in Blagdon, North Somerset.
Here Phil gives you a detailed account of the tools you will need, and the correct way to apply them, to allow you to step back from the scourge of porn addiction, and find the peace and strength that will give you your life back.

The CD will give you the answers to the most commonly asked questions, such as:
  • Why is pornography so powerful in its hold over people?
  • Is pornography really that addictive?
  • Is pornography a lifelong condition?
  • Does marriage, or a relationship, solve a porn addiction problem?
  • What does porn do to a relationship?
  • How do I cope with continual failure? Treat and Overcome Your Pornography Addiction - Lightscribe Label
  • Why are more and more women experimenting with pornography?
  • Are there any physical changes if I watch pornography?
  • Can pornography ever be a fulfilling replacement for a relationship?
  • How does a spouse know when their partner is looking at porn?
  • But there is sex and temptation all around me, how am I supposed to cope with that?
  • Is there a miracle cure for porn addiction?
  • Is it possible to have a healthy sex life after pornography addiction?
  • Why can't I just stop?
  • I can't forgive myself for being so weak. Is this because I'm a loser?
  • Will my partner ever trust me again?
  • I've been threatened with divorce if I fail and I'm terrified. Is this normal?
  • Is it okay to masturbate if I don't look at pornography?


In Conversation With Philip Chave: Understanding, Coping With & Eliminating Internet Pornography Addiction & Sex Addiction

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