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Submitted by Spangler on Mon, 12/19/2016 - 23:51
Listen to the episode here. Cheryl Strayed (author of Wild) and Steve Almond invited me onto their wide-ranging advice podcast “Dear Sugar Radio” to help them tackle the issues of porn addiction and problematic porn use in a relationship. Together we answer a letter from “Unsure”, who is engaged to a man who can’t seem to stop using porn and (worse) lying to her about it. We also cover my story and general info about porn addiction and porn-induced symptoms.
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I talk with Ross Smith, recovered porn addict who is now living the happiest time of his life and hopes to help others recover by sharing his experiences. https://youtu.be/LMI29oD3Fq4
Visit AddictedToInternetPorn.com for more from Noah.
Submitted by Spangler on Thu, 09/01/2016 - 23:53
For more videos, articles, personal help, and a free PDF of my book, visit AddictedToInternetPorn.com
-Noah B.E. Church
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Noah Church here. When I wrote "Wack: Addicted to Internet Porn" back in 2014, I wrote it because I needed a book like it years ago, but no one had written it yet. I had to learn the information contained in Wack the hard way, but in the process I discovered that many, many more people could benefit from a book specifically about Internet porn addiction and recovery. Since then, the information in "Wack" has helped thousands along their own journeys to recover from porn-induced sexual and social problems.
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On November 16, 2015, the College of Charleston's "Think Differently Forum" addressed the topic of porn use as a potential for harm. Author and coach Noah B.E. Church and Dr. Todd Love, a psychotherapist whose practice focuses on patients with porn-related problems, led the discussion.
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