Sex is a normal part of the human experience, and one that modern society now embraces and encourages.
Our media is flooded with sexualized images, from advertisements in magazines, billboards, and TV commercials to sexually explicit lyrics and music videos, to sex scenes in television shows and movies.
Spring might be here, but winter is coming, with HBO confirming the official air date for season 7 of Game Of Thrones.
And better still, there’s even a shiny new teaser to get you in the mood for this latest return to King’s Landing…
The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity estimates that 6 to 8 percent of Americans - or 18 million to 24 million people - are sex addicts.
And 70 percent of sex addicts report having a problem with online sexual behavior.
These scenarios are real-life examples of pornography addiction, a compulsive behavior that falls within the category of sex addiction - which has been in the spotlight since the explosive revelations of golf champion Tiger Woods' numerous sexual infidelities.
A woman spends four to six hours a day in Internet chat rooms and having cybersex, and eventually starts arranging to meet online strangers for casual sex in the real world.
Today I chat with Christopher West about how pornography, far from allowing us to see the human person, actually ends up obfuscating our vision of the human person.
Visit Christopher's site: Cor Visit our site: Integrity Today I chat with DJ Hueneman about the obstacles parents face when wanting to educate their children and teens about pornography.
Today I chat with Alanna Boudreau about why we become what we ingest and why watching Game of Thrones isn't worth your time. In today's podcast I will share with you quotations from the saints concerning purity, temptation, sexual sin, mercy, spiritual warfare, and perseverance.
It's my hope that this will inspire you not only today, but for months to come. Today I chat with Sam Guzman, founder and editor of The Catholic Gentleman about how social media is killing our attention span and will power, and how this can lead us to a porn addiction or keep us stuck in one.
The organization notes that in addiction, the neurotransmitters and structure of the brain play an integral role and are affected by the addiction.