Stop using porn, distorting sex, and feeling ashamed.

So you can be Happy.

sex addictionSex is supposed to be something beautiful. It is God’s idea intended to reveal His glory through the love of a husband and wife.

It doesn’t always happen like that though does it?

Sometimes it becomes very selfish, compulsive, and hurtful. Instead of sharing sex with the one we love and are committed to, we use sex and people for our own pleasure or to escape the pain.

We lie. We cheat. We steal something precious that doesn’t belong to us and shamefully degrade it. We don’t like who we become and we’re certain no one else in our life would either, if they ever really knew the whole story.

That’s why we hide. We live a double live, never feeling truly known, understood, or cared about. We’re lonely, isolated, detached, and no one knows. The fear of being found out keeps us trapped in a vicious cycle. Sometimes we wish we were caught so we could maybe break free and stop living a lie. Who would still love us? Wouldn’t we be rejected by everyone?

Myself and the team of therapists at The Relationship Center have helped hundreds of individuals and couples recover from pornography and sex addiction. We know the way to freedom and healing. If you identify with the paragraphs above or the articles at GenuineIntimacy.com, maybe it’s time to get help.

Are you happy?

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Josh Spurlock, MA, LPC
Director of The Relationship Center