14 easy steps to overcome po*nography addiction.(2022)

You are not alone if you are battling po*nography addiction. This issue has a huge global impact on millions of people. But there is still hope. I’ll list 14 simple steps in this blog post to help you break your addiction to po*n.

First,

resolve to see the program through.

The power of commitment is inherent. You can use commitment to help you beat a strong viewing addiction when you commit yourself in faith and acknowledge that you can’t do it on your own.

Commit without giving up the ability to make decisions.

Step 2: Describe the consequences that are bad.

Find out the real repercussions of watching po*n. Use factual information and stories. Choose the top five consequences on the list that resonate with you the most. Prior to acting, we can increase our chances of making wise decisions by consciously outlining the consequences.


Step 3: Describe the benefits of abstaining from po*n or of leading a loving life.

Select the top five good things you want to happen in your life from this list.

You’ll reap much greater rewards from the favorable consequences when you examine your past ones.

The better, the more unambiguous, upbeat, and emotional it is. Keep in mind that while you can choose your actions, the consequences of those actions are what they will lead to.

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Step 4: Use the list of advantageous outcomes to create your vision.

It’s important to keep in mind that “He who cherishes a beautiful vision, a lofty ideal in his heart will one day realize it.” Your vision will be incredibly powerful.

Your vision must be clearly defined, vivid, and optimistic in order for your mind to perceive it clearly. Make sure that you are the main beneficiary, not others. Maintain Simplicity.

The fifth step is to accept all temptations.

Everyone is subject to temptation, which is neither bad nor should it lead to guilt. Keep in mind what Victor Frankl said, “There is a space between the stimulus and the response.

We have the ability to select our response in that area. Our ability to grow and be free is found in how we respond.” Acknowledge the temptation right away in a direct, clear, and specific manner.


Step 6: Recognize your ability to make decisions and use them.

The options are just for this situation. Every time, you have the option to make a different decision. This idea is crucial to both the program and your power. You have power when you choose a vision, beneficial outcomes, benefits, and outcomes.

You lose control when you use words like “must,” “have to,” “better,” “ought,” or “should” or when you speak to yourself in this way.

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Step 7: Face and overcome every temptation to watch, do, or engage in related behavior using the ACV process.


With no exception, write it down and repeat it whenever you are tempted.

  1. Accept the Temptation in the first person by saying: (I want to watch and perform)
  2. Make use of your freedom to decide (“I am free to decide and I decide…”).
  3. Select your unique, optimistic vision.

Step 8: Accept discomfort and anxiety.

A long-standing habit like watching requires some anxiety and discomfort to break. Recognize that these emotions are normal and an important part of your journey toward living a loving life. Feel the fear, but go ahead with it.


Step 9: Recognize and reject the failure paths,

such as SAPS and do it for others, that are power-takers.

Suppress. The temptation will become more powerful and persist if you try to resist it with your own willpower.
Avoid. The temptation increases in strength when you try to avoid triggers and temptations rather than directly dealing with them through the ACV process.
Protect.

Because you haven’t faced and dealt with the temptation when you rely on protection measures like computer filters and internet disconnections, it won’t go away. Please take precautions to prevent unauthorized access to your electronics.

Substitute. Because the temptation has not been faced and dealt with, it gains strength and comes back strongly when you try to replace it with another thought or action.

Put yourself first; don’t put others before yourself. Others will profit, but doing it for yourself gives you power.

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Step 10: Recognize when a rationale is a lie.

Usually, the justifications you give for what you are watching and doing are false and not worthwhile. It’s critical to understand that they are lies.

Step 11: Repair the damage.

To quickly restore your self-image after the harm that viewing and doing caused, use affirmations every day. To get back on track to living a loving life, set worthwhile goals and accomplish them.


Step 12: Mend the connection.

True intimacy is a crucial component of your marriage and develops over time through mutual trust, respect, kindness, and affection.

Those who are not married can still work on the fundamentals of real intimacy to strengthen their union in the future. Develop your listening, sharing, dependability, honesty, and love-showing skills. Always keep in mind that deeds speak louder than words.

13th step: Exercise.

The secret to mastery is practice and repetition. Your comfort zone is expanded when you practice. At least twice each day, practice ACV. Every day, practice affirmations.

Regularly practice scenario writing according to the schedule. Regularly participate in the discussion and the community.
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14th step: Speak.

Find a way to impart knowledge or guide others toward it. Always, the teacher gains more knowledge than the pupil. You can practice and maintain engagement by helping someone else. Ignore the clouds.

Thank you!

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