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Posted October 2, 2015 by superadmin in General
Many experts say that porn addiction does not exist any more than video-game addiction, or binge-watching addiction, or online shopping addiction. For some the label is seen as getting people off the hook by giving it a medical 'diagnosis' (the same is true of 'sex addiction'). For others the label - identifying as a porn addict - is likely to bring on feelings of depression, anxiety, anger and distress. Clinical psychologist David Ley, author of “The Myth of Sex Addiction,” says, “Decades of research shows that sex and porn are not addictive. Instead, the notion of porn addiction reflects people’s moral and social fears of sex.” Just because someone identifies as a porn addict doesn’t necessarily mean you need to treat them like an addict. You need to treat them like someone who is experiencing a lot of self-stigma... Read more on this:
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