Anonymous asked in Social SciencePsychology · 7 years ago

Serious Porn addiction help?

I just stayed up all night looking at porn. I feel like I'm going to throw up and fall over. I'm terribly addicted. It's to the point where I'm making social media accounts and creating a guy and a girl and having them flirt together. I'm so messed up. I'm a 15 year old guy. What can I do? I feel so sick. Physically and mentally. At first when I stop I feel bad. Then later I do it again. There's no way to stop :(

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  • 7 years ago
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    How about take a break from the internet? Hang out with your family. Go out. Watch a movie. Go to your friend's place. Go skateboarding. Read a good book. Call a friend. Go to gym.

    Or if you can't get off the internet, try doing something constructive instead of watching Po*n. Learn how to do something you've always wanted to do. Read facts. Read interesting stories, or write stories and post them on fanfiction, listen to music, Start a blog about your thoughts.

    Or also try studying for school, I find that helps me take my mind of things I don't want to think about. I'm 16.

    It sounds as if you feel a bit lonely. Do you like any girl? Why not try and meet a girl. Don't tell her about this addiction or the social media account thing. It'll creep her out. But why not just talk to a real girl. And experience real feelings. Like love. You'll find it feels much better than lust.

    Goodluck. I pray you succeed. :)

  • 5 years ago


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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    If you just want to reduce the amount of time spent, set a sensible limit, and use an alarm, or reminder in your PDA, or cell/mobile phone. Have some things ready to do, then.

    Check out: &

    Recommended reading:

    Treating Pornography Addiction: The Essential Tools for Recovery by Ph.D. Kevin B. Skinner, &

    In The Shadows of The Net: Breaking Free from Compulsive Online Sexual Behavior by Patrick Carnes Ph.D., David L. Delmonico Ph.D., Elizabeth Griffin M.A., and Joseph M. Moriarity, &

    The Drug of the New Millennium - The Brain Science Behind Internet Pornography Use by Mark B. Kastleman, &

    Love and Pornography: Dealing with Porn and Saving your Relationship by Victoria Prater and Garry Prater, &

    Don't Call It Love: Recovery From Sexual Addiction by Patrick Carnes,

    from your bookstore, or

    The subject of addiction is addressed at 10 tips to help deal with porn addiction are here:

    Hypnosis is merely a heightened state of suggestibility, in which you are better able to communicate with your subconscious mind. 85% of people are suggestible to some degree; 15% - 20% highly so, and 15% - 20% aren't much at all, so you could either preferably seek professional hypnotherapy, or, if not an option, has: Porn Addiction.

    More at or try the free hypnosis for addictions at; kindly contribute reasonably if helped; they need it to keep the service operating.

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