You Found Out Your Friend Has A Porn Problem—Now What Do You Do?

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By now, many of us have probably been on the receiving end of a message or conversation about a friend, partner, or loved one’s struggle with porn. At the Fight the New Drug headquarters, our team receives messages like this on the daily:

And if you or a loved one is struggling, you’ve come to the right place.

Not everyone is an addict.

The first thing you have to realize is that not every person that views porn is an addict, or will become an addict. Addiction is a serious disease and falsely labeling someone as an addict can do some serious damage. There are serious differences between addictions, compulsions, obsessions, and so on.

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