Confronting Porn is a biblical and practical approach to the issue of porn, offering hope and support for individuals struggling with porn and those who want to help them. In a new landscape where porn has never been more accessible, anonymous or potentially addictive, this book is a timely response for Christians seeking principles and proven steps towards freedom.
Online recovery groups for people who want to quit porn facilitated by trained mentors in the field. The groups are provided on line, 8 x 1 hour sessions. There is no fixed fee but a donation to The Naked Truth Project is requested.
Individual, partner and couple therapy services that can be provided via video conferencing. The Laurel Centre, founded by Paula Hall, specialise in sex and porn addiction and also provides dedicated faith based services. They are based in Leamington Spa and London, but provide therapy via video conferencing all round the world as well as intensive recovery groups to people with addiction and partners.
This book contains support and advice for both the clinician and for those who suffer from sex addiction. As well as practical guidance and techniques for stopping compulsive behaviours and preventing relapse, there is also a thorough exploration of the deeper underlying causes and how these must be addressed.
There are three 12 step groups that work specifically with people with sex and porn addiction. These groups, based on the principles of AA, are confidential and peer led. You can get further details about each group and a list of locations where meetings are held at: www.saa-recovery.org.uk (Sex Addicts Anonymous) and www.slaauk.org (Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous) and www.sauk.org (Sexaholics Anonymous).
Written by a Christian neuroscientist and researcher, this book explores porn scientifically, practically and theologically and shows how sexual longings can actually propel single and married men toward sanctification and holiness.
Whilst recognising the constant struggle for men to avoid sexual temptations, this book encourages readers to confront temptations in order to gain victory over them and includes a comprehensive workbook to aid recovery.
This book written by xxxChurch, helps men to understand and embrace the true purpose and role of sex in their lives and acknowledges that whether single or married, sexual temptation can be a regular struggle.
This short and easy-to-read book focuses on the need to be “reset” by the One who created sex and provides in an in-depth discussion of the sexual sin that prevents men from moving forward into God’s purposes.
This books tackles other issues that men may face such as anger, emotional withdrawal, competition but tackles the issue of porn and sex by giving practical steps to take to overcome unhealthy patterns and encourages men to build on positive experiences and to ask for help from others.
Jessica Harris was seventeen years old when she threw away her ambition to become a doctor and, instead, tried to figure out how to get into the porn industry. Incorporating statistics, stories from girls she’s worked with, and even excerpts from her own journals, she gives readers a candid glimpse into the heart, mind, and struggle of a female porn addict.
This refreshingly honest book, published by XXXChurch, tackles issues such as adultery, lust, flirting, porn, godly femininity, perseverance and purity and includes accounts of real life women and their struggles with sexual temptation.
Through her own experience as the wife of a sex addict, the author takes women through a recovery process using a comprehensive workbook discussing integrity, addiction, triggers, forgiveness, insecurities and offers hope, healing and freedom to women.
Written to help partners and those who care about them to survive the shock of discovering their partner is a sex addict, this book explores the myths surrounding sex addiction, provides practical help and focuses on rebuilding trust and reclaiming sexuality.
Written by a licensed Marriage and Family therapist, this book weaves real life stories with practical therapeutic advice and specific tasks that gently educate, empower and guide the partner of a sex addict through a process of recovery.
Set up by Naked Truth, XXXposed hearts is a confidential and safe place for UK women experiencing betrayal in their marriage through issues such as pornography, ‘in-person’ betrayal, sexting or web-chat. This group is not a recovery programme or a therapy session but is a place for women to share advice and resources, ask questions and support one another.
This book contains ten honest, hard-hitting accounts of real couples whose lives were shattered by porn’s destructive effects but, because God’s grace is stronger, they were able to find healing and hope, trust renewed and intimacy restored.
Fight the New Drug are a large US non-profit organisation dedicated to combating pornography by offering a wide range of educational materials about porn’s societal impacts and recovery from porn use. They are intentionally oriented towards young people and have received popularity through social media.
How do you recognise real love amidst the multitude of other things go hand in hand with it: infatuation, lust, desperation, attraction and hate? This is a great book to take the focus off the issue of pornography and instead encourage people to pursue and aspire to God’s guidelines for relationships
Containing a comprehensive workbook, this book provides young men with practical resistance strategies and calls them to rise above todays self-seeking culture by examining God’s standard, training their eyes and mind, cleaning up their thoughts and developing a plan.
This book tackles head-on the issues facing teenage girls: self-image, the pull of the in-crowd, puberty, boys, sex, regrets and godly ambition and inspires young girls to explore abilities and dreams, be encouraged to protect their hearts and appreciate their lives and mysteries in the world around them.
Fortify is an online recovery program specifically created for young people who want to give up watching porn and have maybe struggled to do so in the past. The recovery program has no Christian content and so Naked Truth has created Refresh, a 6 week Christian mentoring programme to accompany fortify. A young person would work through the 12 week Fortify course and meet every two weeks with a mentor to work through Refresh.
(Refresh is currently being piloted in over 20 local churches and will be widely available in Spring 2017)
Created by Internet Service Providers, Internet Matters brings advice on internet safety issues, news and advice from industry experts, guidance on setting and parental controls and filters and reviews on the latest technology and apps. By keeping up to date with the way children are using the internet, parents and carers are better equipped to support children in using the exciting new services safely and responsibly.
The UK Safer Internet Centre provides up to date and detailed information about the internet but also provides an in-depth Parent Guide to wider technology including information about smartphones, gaming devices and tablets. It gives details about the safety features for individual sites such as Instagram, Club Penguin, Tumblr and Snapchat.
Childnet International work with children and young people to find out about their real experiences online and then educate and equip parents, carers, teachers and professionals to support them. The site gives detailed information on topics affecting young people as well as key advice for parents and carers