Stop Porn By Avoiding Triggers And Teasers

Imagine yourself trying your best to stop porn addiction. You have limited the use of internet. You have deleted every bit of pornographic material from your personal computer. It has been two weeks that you literally have been disconnected from every form of porn and now all of a sudden while watching a Hollywood movie, a romantic scene turns out to be quite erotic. You suddenly feel all the memories associated with pornographic material that you have watched over last few years spring back into your mind. This is the time when you are most likely to relapse into the older state of pornography addiction.

Such teasers that can put oil to the already burning fire in your mind can be disastrous in your quest of getting rid of pornography addiction. It doesn’t matter whether these are small bits of erotic film scenes or an accidental gaze on a partially dressed girl; you have to show adequate determination and emotional maturity to make sure that you are not failing in ridding yourself of pornography addiction.

The other most common cause of relapses in treatment of pornography addiction is a trigger. The most common triggers include feeling lonely, depressed and anxious. So if you are alone in your room at around midnight during tough times in your academic career, you may try to justify reverting back into watching pornography by saying that it will be helpful in relieving your stress. But the truth is that the pornography will always drop you into a deeper ditch with the emotional excitement and satisfaction it provides. If you really want to get rid of pornography addiction, it’s best to avoid these triggers and teasers for good.