Monday, February 04, 2008

Addiction to Cybersex

For those currently struggling with online sexual addiction, cybersex temptation, or a compulsion to view pornography, there is help available to break the cycle of addiction now. You can find more resources here:

Resources for the ensnared: Christ-centered help for those struggling with Internet pornography and sexual addiction.

Pure Intimacy: Focus on the Family's online ministry to victims of cybersex and pornography.

XXX Church: Help and resources for anyone addicted to pornography. Also provides an accountability filter allowing a partner to review the sites you've visited online.

Barnabus Christian Counseling Network: Provides sexual addiction counseling over the Web.

Stone Gate Resources: a counseling retreat center in Colorado for Christian leaders struggling with sexual addiction.

An Affair of the Mind: One Woman's Courageous Battle to Salvage Her Family from the Devastation of Pornography, by Laurie Hall.

The Porn Trap: The Essential Guide to Overcoming Problems Caused by Pornography, by Wendy Maltz and Larry Maltz.

Every Man's Battle: Winning the War on Sexual Temptation One Victory at a Time, by Stephen Arterburn, Fred Stoeker, and Mike Yorkey.

Faithful & True: Sexual Integrity in a Fallen World, by Mark Laaser.

Before the Fall: Preventing Pastoral Sexual Abuse, by Mark Laaser and Nils C. Friberg.

Talking to Your Kids about Sex, by Mark Laaser

Don't flirt with your purity. Put relationship filters into place now, even if you don't feel you are susceptible to this temptation. We live in a sexually charged culture where sex sells everything. Every believer needs to have a strategy and a network of friends in place to keep themselves holy—both online and off.

source: Cyber Sexuality: Maintaining real purity in a virtual world by Rich Tatum



Blogger Rich Tatum said...

Hey, thanks for linking to my article! You might also find my article(s) on Integrity on the Internet helpful, too. See:



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