Additional Resources

The following is a list of additional resources for understanding and recovering from pornography addiction.

He Restoreth My Soul: Understanding and Breaking the Chemical and Spiritual Chains of Pornography through the Atonement of Jesus Christ
Donald L. Hilton Jr., MD
Dr. Hilton explains the chemical processes through which pornography addiction occurs and offers Gospel-centered advice for those trying to break free from addiction.

The Drug of the New Millenium: The Brain Science Behind Internet Pornography Use 
Mark B. Kastleman
Mark Kastleman addresses the drug-like nature of pornography in modern society, highlighting the science that drives addiction, and offering powerful advice for families, educators, and leaders based on a decade of research and testing.

Willpower is Not Enough: Why We Don’t Succeed at Change
A. Dean Byrd and Mark Chamberlain
Byrd and Chamberlain discuss self-control from an LDS perspective, and offer advice on how to make lasting changes in our lives.

Candeo Behavior Change Training
Candeo offers anonymous help for those struggling with sexual addictions, as well as for those struggling with depression and anxiety.

ISPThe Internet Safety Project
The Internet Safety Project is a non-profit site that helps individuals and parents find the information they need to utilize technology safely and guide their children’s use as well.
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S.A. Lifeline Foundation
The S.A. Lifeline Foundation provides recovery support for those struggling with pornography and sexual addiction, as well as help for friends and families.

Fight the New Drug
Fight the New Drug aims to provide information about the damaging effects of pornography. Click here to listen to my interview with Clay Olson, co-founder and executive director of Fight the New Drug.