Here, on the pages of this blog, you will find compiled articles, research, and original content with a shared goal – to expose and make known the death and destruction that accompanies sexual and pornography addiction. Much like a cancer of the soul, sexual addiction quietly grows into the far reaches and dark corners of your mind and heart. This “cancer” needs to be removed; with precision and the highest accuracy. It will require the skills of the Great Physician to bring healing to your mind, heart and soul. It is my calling and life’s work to help others become free from pornography and sexual addictions.
As Proverbs 6:32 says,
He who commits adultery lacks sense;
he who does it destroys himself.
As a recovered Pornography addict, I want everyone to know that looking at porn (same as adultery in God’s eyes) destroys you from the inside-out. That’s why I call the blog “The Quiet Cancer.” Pornography along with all sexual immorality devours the soul, little by little – hidden – where no eye can see the destruction or hear your cries for help.
Men, you are not alone. You may feel that way, but it is simply not true. The Father will never leave you nor forsake you. He is always available; and only a prayer away. There is help to be found. There is a way out of your dark and lonely pit.
If you are ready to start your journey of recovery, consider reaching out:
First of all, I am a believer and follower of Christ; secondly, I am a counselor. I provide counseling services for individuals and couples dealing with various issues. One does not need to be a Christian to receive services. I am a graduate of Liberty University.
My counseling specialty is working with individuals who are struggling with or addicted to pornography. Pornography is widely available and more prevalent than at any other time in history. It affects all types of people – even Christians. Sex is a powerful force – it can be destructive. Like many things, it can be used in an unhealthy way, becoming an escape, or a temporary diversion to mask a much deeper pain. Sexual addiction is real. With help, you can break free and completely heal from this addiction.
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