Here we are again. The letter that started the alphabet post series. What was done by accident has turned into something...well...fun and unique. Sadly, we are only a few letters away from the end 😦 Victory for those encaged and bound to a lifestyle of sin is unimaginable. I've been in those shoes. I've sat… Continue reading V Is For Victory
Ladies, if any of you struggle with porn and masturbation please know you are not alone. There is help! Please use the resource sited at the bottom of the original post.
Hi, my name is Alice and I used to struggle with pornography and masturbation.
What caused your struggle?
I can identify a number of factors and events which contributed to my gradual descent into the world of pornography. It occurred over many years, beginning when I was just twelve.
I was incredibly sheltered as a child. My parents didn’t talk about sex, let alone pornography. They believed I didn’t need to know about sex until after I was married, and any questions which related to the topic were quickly shut down. Because of this, I wasn’t given adequate education about my developing body or what would occur during puberty.
I was completely naïve, so when I began to develop an awareness of my sexuality and was randomly exposed to online pornography at twelve, I had no words for what I was seeing. I was ill-equipped to identify what I…
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This testimony is from a dear brother in Christ. He shared it with me a few years back. With his permission I am sharing it with all of you! Freedom is possible! But, you have to want it!! Then YOU have to work for it! I love you Dan, my brother and friend! My Testimony… Continue reading Testimony
When Rick and Sue first started following me and commenting I should have gone to Rick’s page and read from the beginning. Sadly, I did not. Rick, I apologize brother
Folks, there are many men and women out there who struggle with sex addiction in various forms. And like Rick they are seeking help. They NEED help. Accountability is crucial in overcoming any addiction. Heck, I still need it and I use it!
If you know anyone suffering from porn/sex addiction at least be willing to pray for them. Knowing we have people praying FOR us makes a bigger difference than one might think.
Hello! My name is Rick Love, and I’m a sexaholic (a sex addict). But, I am also a Christian, or I believe myself to be. I have been for about 60 years. In fact, I have been a Bible teacher, a deacon, a youth leader, and even a pastor. I even went to Bible College. But, none of that has stopped lust from being a major driving force in my life, or from me regularly acting out my lust in various ways, to the destruction of my marriage, to the utter ruin of my own spiritual life, and to the leading of others to follow in my footsteps.
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Catie gives us a powerful and honest look into the world of women who struggle with pornography and masturbation.
So much in this post spoke to me, but this ““Girls don’t struggle with that stuff.” And that’s a big fat freaking lie. It’s lies like these that prevent confession, cheating women of the freedom they could experience in overcoming this sin. Because when we experience the freedom to confess even the darkest of our darkness, we can fight together. We don’t want to struggle well, we want to QUIT THE STRUGGLE, putting the sin to death and chasing after the redemption story Jesus writes for us daily. And God has designed us to do that TOGETHER” is the truth! And as long as people, especially the church, think women do not struggle then true freedom can not be had.
IT’S NOT JUST A MANS STRUGGLE!
I wonder if I’m a girl you’d think struggles with sex.
Isn’t that what we all wonder? Maybe it’s not sex, pornography, or even masturbation, but you struggle secretly with a dark sin and wonder if others would ever guess. For me though?
It’s sex. Or at least it has been for several years. Sometimes I feel like I’ve finally overcome it, but then I fall short again and my heart sinks and the insecurities come crashing in just to remind me of how disgusting I am.
The first time I watched pornography, I was in 4th grade. I was 9 years old. And it wasn’t even on purpose, it was a total accident that I couldn’t turn away from. I hadn’t even had a period yet, or even knew what the heck it was. And there I was, learning all about what I needed to look like to…
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