Porn-Induced Erectile Dysfunction: How To Overcome It

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Compare your situation honestly against one or more common signs of porn induced erectile dysfunction and try to determine if any of them get a tick: Signs you have a porn induced erectile dysfunction: You view porn online every day, every other day, or extremely regularly You’ve lost whole days to viewing porn online You have lost interest in your significant other (husband/wife/partner) You are finding yourself thinking about porn when you’re not viewing it Your internet usage is often dedicated to finding and watching porn You are investing a lot of money in porn, including internet bandwidth costs You know you’re watching a lot of porn, but are finding it hard to stop You are giving up social outings with excuses that enable you to view porn Your porn habits have extended into different types of pornographic fetishes You feel depressed, anxious, or agitated if you haven’t been able to view any porn You are taking actions to conceal your porn viewing from those around you You have found yourself wondering if you’re watching too much online porn You have an abundance of porn saved on your computer Your sex life is more geared towards online pornography than real intimacy Your porn viewing habits coincide with relationship problems with your partner A friend or family member has told you that they think you have an addiction.
…and there are more.
If any of these common signs apply to you then you need to be honest with yourself: that’s a clear indication you have a problem that needs addressing immediately. Signs your spouse has a porn induced erectile dysfunction:
If you are a spouse of someone who is addicted to porn you will also be experiencing your own pain and noticing additional signs that your spouse may be oblivious to: You feel abandoned, unloved, neglected or cast aside You can sense you’re being lied to and are developing serious trust issues Your relationship feels like it’s going downhill and falling apart You are enjoying less or perhaps no intimate moments at all with your spouse You have contemplated the possibility of divorce/leaving your partner You find yourself wanting to search your spouse’s computer history for evidence Whenever you’re not around you’re sure your partner will be looking at porn You can see your partner’s behavior changing around their computer usage You feel confused about what to do to turn things around You felt compelled to search for help, which led you here
…and there are other signs too.
But if you aren’t 100% certain that there’s a problem, then I highly recommend you err on the side of caution. It is better to assume and take positive action where it isn’t really needed than to make the wrong assumption and take no action when it really IS needed! After all, the quality of your future is at stake!
Which brings us to the second thing you need to do: find a practical solution.

Last modified: April 1, 2018

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