One of the great mysteries in human behavior is when an individual does things that contradicttheir own value system. Most young men who seek treatment for sexual addictions have a strong desire to serve an LDS mission, get married in an LDS temple and aspire to become worthy fathers and strong spiritual leaders. Many are […]
(Parts of this blog post were taken from the book Never a Happier Time. You can get a FREE ebook copy HERE.) There are a wide variety of tactics that the enemy regularly employs to bring us into bondage and subjection to him through things like Pornography and Masturbation. In the first eight verses of Alma 46 in the […]
We are constantly at war spiritually and sometimes even physically. We can find ourselves losing some of these battles and falling into both spiritual and physical bondage. One form of bondage is “addiction.”
Letting our children have cell phones is like giving them venomous snakes and hoping they won’t get bit. Rationalizing or believing our children won’t wander into dangerous paths via technology is ignorant.
“The Devil Exposed” is a 12 week revolving workshop exposing the role the Subtle Serpent plays in your psychological experience of Temptation, Torment and relationship Turmoil.
When a relationship experiences trauma, it is like an airplane crash. The one who does the betraying is like the pilot and engineer of the plane, and the injured party is like the passenger.
This phrase, “meet my needs” is very popular in relationship psychology and I bought into it quite a bit before I was married and for some time after I was married.
The correlation (not causation) of the overuse of pornography to criminal behavior. As a therapist who worked with the sex offender/general population I would do generalized assessments of each prisoner.
To what level has your loved one slipped toward this addiction? Learn about the 4 levels of pornography use and what you can do about it to help a loved one.
I was recently asked by a mother looking into recovery for her son how the Sons of Helaman program differs from a 12-step program.