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Is my boyfriend addicted to porn? Should I be worried?


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I think you should see what he’s watching and watch some of the vids and see what he’s into and than see if that’s something you’re open to and start implementing some of it on him. Spice it up some. Just randomly initiate even if it’s just you giving him head each day before he leaves out and to add some flavor tell him it’s a routine/rule he’s not allowed to go until u drain em. Seem like he got a high sex drive so i think the best thing would to be to see what he’s into and it even may be smaller things that’s getting his attention and to initiate some type of sexual action more. And i am currently fighting my porn addiction i think the biggest help would to find a way to replace him having to watch it which is why i was saying to initiate and do some freaky *** and even role play what he’s seeing.

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4 hours ago, Unkown999 said:

 i am currently fighting my porn addiction i think the biggest help would to find a way to replace him having to watch it 

 Having to watch it? Using a GF as a blow up doll won't help you. Compulsive masturbating is often due to anxiety, stress and lack of appropriate outlets and porn is a means to and end. See your physician and therapist about that.

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I am actually on this forum right now because I am in a similar situation. 

The best advice I can give you is that his reaction is the most important part of what has been going on. You cannot change the past, the only thing that matters is the way things are in the present moment and moving forward. Based on his defensiveness about the issue, there is a decent chance that he knows it is an issue and is insecure about it being a problem. I would strongly recommend creating an extremely understanding space for him to come clean about what has been going on and why. 

In my own personal experience, my boyfriends constant porn watching heavily affected our sex life and made us both feel like crap and so he was willing to work on it with me (he is stopping). He didn't promise me that he would never watch again, or that he would never be tempted, but we promised to be completely and brutally honest about the way that we are feeling and what is going on. If you love this man, and he loves you, I personally believe that this is something you can get through, it may not be easy and will probably take a bit of work, but if he's worth it to you, then it won't matter. 

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