Sex and Pornography
When you first started out, it was simple curiosity.
-What is that?
-What are they doing?
-Why does it feel good?
Simple questions like this will soon land you into a place where you continually want and desire things that make you physically feel good. Every time you dwell further into porn and sex, you will be left wanting more, something different, something new, each new time you begin whatever process you do to reach your new sexual high.
Like anything else, sex and pornography can be an addiction; like food, drugs or alcohol. Like any other addiction, if you do not stop and take control of yourself, it will not only affect your life, but the life of your significant other. Then shortly after your spouse/boy friend/girl friend has left you for cheating on them, if you continue, it will affect other loved ones in your family or your close friends. You will be falling in a never ending chasm. You will always desire more things that give you a new high, things that are different. This normally leads to new fetishes and weird and sick sexual desires that are easily accessible today, including:
Sexual sin hurts everyone. No matter who accepts to be with you. You soon will not be able to keep a long and loving relationship because you will push your significant other to the overwhelming feeling that they aren't good enough. That no matter what they do to please and pleasure you, it won't be enough.
Until you realize that the problem isn't with them, but with you, you will never be in an unconditional love relationship that comes with marriage. Marriage is true love between a man and woman. Any other form of this simply isn't the nurturing and loving relationship that a family won't be able to work with. Something will always eating at you desiring a true love relationship. You will forever be searching for your true love and until you come to the grips of your addiction, you won't ever find it.
Ask yourself these questions:
-Can you not keep a relationship due to your ever-wanting sexual desires?
-Do you enjoy sex with multiple partners?
-Do you want sex more and more no matter what you do or who you are with?
-Are you wanting to do sexual things with your partner that they are adamant in not doing?
-Do you push your own desires and wants on your partner without their consent?
-Do you continually find things to arouse you or make things more interesting every time you have sex?
-Are you experimenting with the same sex?
-Are you looking at anyone who is ten years your younger than your own age?
-Do children (17 years or younger) arouse you more then adults your own age?
If you confirmed any of the above answers with a "Yes", than you have an issue with lust, sex or pornography and you may even be addicted.
There are a lot of things that you can do to help bring you out of this life of never ending want and desire.
Counseling is of course available. Ask your friends, those who have been there no matter what has happened, for help. Go to someone whom you trust who will love you no matter what. Go to a church or the pastoral staff, they might even have programs available to you to help get you out of addiction.
There are plenty of website and other resources to assist you. Search Google for resources that are available. Search for keyword:
Here are more well known sites that aid in getting lives back together from addiction:
Sex, Lust and Pornography are nothing to take lightly. With today’s society so caught up in the body and how everyone looks, in how they dress or even how the handle themselves in public places, it seems that you can’t get away from sexually explicit images, shows and movies. It will be hard, it will be tough, but you have to get help to get away from any addiction. Sexual addiction is no exception. Don’t put it off, get help today!
God bless you all and those who have addictions,