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Help for Porn and Sexual Addiction

Updated on February 12, 2014

Get Help for Sexual Addiction

Do you struggle with sexual addiction -- such as pornography addiction, masturbation, or any other compulsive sexual activity? Help to overcome is now available, online. Porn addiction and other sexual addictions ruin lives and tear apart families.

If you've ever tried to convince yourself otherwise, you're probably addicted. And if you're looking for help to stop looking at porn or engaging in other types of obsessive sexual activity, that's a pretty darn good indicator that you know you are suffering from abnormal sexual behavior. Perhaps you've even tried to convince yourself that it's normal, but deep down inside, you know it's not.

Changing unwanted sexual behavior can seem daunting, even hopeless. Lets face it, you've tried time and time again, and failed. The fact is, that doing it alone is nearly impossible. Sexual addiction has been compared to having a serious cocaine drug addiction! Many find that sex addictions are much harder to overcome.

The people over at Candeo Healthy Sexuality, are experts at helping individuals overcome sexual addiction. Best of all, with their online addiction recovery program you are able to get the help you need, at very affordable prices -- while maintaining your privacy.

For many who suffer from sexual addiction, it can be extremely embarrassing and creates feelings of shame and worthlessness. Too often these kinds of activities are kept secret. Depression and relationship problems are common results to those who suffer from compulsive sexual behaviors.

At Candeo, through the use of cutting edge online behavioral change technology, and in the privacy of your own home -- you can finally conquer your addiction. You will find the interactive online platform that is used, to be excellent in reinforcing your desire to refrain from unwanted sexual impulses.

If you've been looking for an online resource for breaking sexual addiction, either for yourself or a loved one, you can feel confident that success is just around the corner.

Just think, a whole new life awaits you as you take the first steps toward recovery from unwanted sexual addiction. If you've experienced feelings in the past, that there is no way you can overcome your sexual addiction, now you have reason to hope. Candeo will be by your side every step of the way, not only now but into the future. Recovery from unwanted sexual addiction can be a long road, but with the proper support, you can take back your life!

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      KenWu 5 years ago from Malaysia

      This is a very sensitive issue, nobody wants to talk about it. I have read something about the brain... can't really recall what the term is, it's something like 'neuron-association' if I'm correct. According to the studies of human being (something that Anthony Robbins and Tony Buzan preach about), whatever we DO or most importantly THINK repeatedly will form a path between the neurons in our brains. The more we repeat the same thing, the stronger the path will be . In which this means, the stronger our addiction will be to the things that we think off. It will be harder to break the pattern as time pass but it is not possible with determination and right attitude.

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      xethonxq 6 years ago

      This is a very interesting hub. I am a therapist who works with juvenile sexual offenders and I definitely have clients who struggle with sexual addiction...not all, but some. I will certainly review the resources you listed. Thanks for the hub Write On!

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      MaxFueled 6 years ago from , Fort Worth, Texas

      Epidemic! The damage being done every second by online pornography is much bigger than we realize and only fuels the wildfire of sexual addiction! There is hope and freedom from the bondage of this horrendous vice! I am working on a Hub that is first hand experience as well as in depth tools on how to get FREE for good! Thank you for the much needed info Write On...

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      Princess Pitt 6 years ago

      I think this topic should not be ignored , its a very serious problem indeed.

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      Strong Man 6 years ago

      Thank you for your thoughts. I link to a few other ideas from my blog. Candeo is okay, but quite expensive to pay for the real program.

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      youmeget 6 years ago

      Very good hub.

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      Write On! 6 years ago from United States

      Thanks, crystolite!

      Sexual addiction is a very sensitive and delicate subject, particularly for those who suffer -- and their families. It's good to know that online help is available.

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      Emma 6 years ago from Houston TX

      Wonderful work on this sensitive and delicate topic.Well,really glad you handled it well.

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      Write On! 6 years ago from United States


      Thank you! I really hope that more people who are in desperate need to find help with overcoming sexual addiction, will be able to find it, online. This is a wonderful resource.

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      Roberta Kyle 6 years ago from Central New Jersey

      I'm glad there is help online-- great job handling a difficult subject that few are willing to tackle.

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      Write On! 6 years ago from United States

      Indeed, sexual addiction is both sensitive and difficult. My heart goes out to those and their families who are affected. I'm glad to know that there is help for those seeking.

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      SUSIE DUZY 6 years ago from Delray Beach, Florida

      This is a difficult subject. People who have this problem need sympathy

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      Stephanie Hicks 6 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      Great job on a sensitive topic. I hope people that need help for this addiction can find it and find peace.