International Institute of Trauma and Addition Professionals (IITAP): www.iitap.com

(for help finding a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist near you)

Self Assessment Test: Am I addicted to Porn?

Self Assessment Survey: Signs that your husband is addicted to porn.

 

Join a Support Group

Pure Desire

Betrayal Trauma Recovery 

Recover

Bloom

Addo Recovery

 

Books for Spouses of Addicts

Carnes, Stefanie. Mending a Shattered Heart: a Guide for Partners of Sex Addicts. Gentle Path Press, 2011.

Palmer, Vicki Tidwell. Moving beyond Betrayal: the 5-Step Boundary Solution for Partners of Sex Addicts. Central Recovery Press, 2016.

Conquest, Wendy. Letters to a Sex Addict: the Journey through Grief and Betrayal. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013.

Corcoran, Maurita. A House Interrupted: a Wife's Story of Recovering from Her Husband's Sex Addiction. Gentle Path Press, 2011.

 

Carnes, Patrick, M. Laaser and D. Laaser. Open Hearts: Renewing Relations with Recovery, Romance and Reality

Laaser, Debra. Shattered Vows

Schaff, Wilson. Escape from Intimacy

 

Steffens and Means. Your Sexually Addicted Spouse

Books on Codependency

Mellody, Pia. Facing Codependence. HarperSanFrancisco, 2003.

Beattie, Melody. Codependent No More ; &, Beyond Codependency. MJF Books, 1992.

Schneider, Jennifer P. Back from Betrayal: Recovering from His Affairs. Recovery Resources Press, 2005.

                                         

Resources for Churches  

Pure Desire Ministries: www.puredesire.org

Faithful and True: www.faithfulandtrue.com

Pure Life Ministries: www.purelifeministries.org

Proven Men: www.provenmen.org

 

Protecting our Kids

Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today's Young Kids.Jenson, Kristen A., and Debbie Fox. Glen Cove Press, 2018.

Good Pictures Bad Pictures Junior Edition: Porn-Proofing for Today's Kids. Jenson, Kristen A., and Debbie Fox. Passion Fruit Press, 2016.

 

Fight the New Drug: www.fightthenewdrug.org  (terrific resources for educating your children/teens about porn. Free 3 part documentary to stream. Great guide how to talk to your kids)

Culture Reframed: www.culturereframed.org  (helping parents and other adults build kids’ resilience to hypersexualized media and porn)

Google Safety Center For Families: www.google.com/safetycenter/families/start

 

Protect Young Eyes: www.protectyoungeyes.com, (great information on how to choose the right technological solution for your family)

ProtectKids.com: www.protectkids.com (great information on protection for your kids)

 

Netsmartz Workshop: www.netsmartz.org (resources for dealing with sexual predators)

 

Cyberbully: cyberbully.org (resources for helping kids dealing with an online bully)

 

Filters: Net Nanny, CovenantEyes, OpenDNS, Google SafeSearch

For Parents

For Women who Struggle with Porn

Beggars Daughter: www.beggarsdaughter.com

Dirty Girls Ministry: www.dirtygirlsminstries.com

Bethesda Workshops: www.bethesdaworkshops.org

Beggar's Daughter by Jessica Harris, 2016.

Dirty Girls Come Clean by Crystal Renaud, Moody Publishers, 2011.

No Stones: Women Redeemed from Sexual Addiction by Marnie C Ferree. IVP Books, 2010.

Women, Sex, and Addiction by C Kasl

 

 

How Porn Hijacks the Brain

Wilson, Gary. Your Brain on Porn Internet Pornography and the Emerging Science of Addiction. Commonwealth Publishing, 2017.

Struthers, William M. Wired for Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brain. IVP Books, 2009.

Your Brain on Porn: www.yourbrainonporn.com  (Incredible collection of scientific research about the effects of internet porn on the brain) Click on this link to here the video Mindy was talking about in Episode 1 of the podcast.

Fighting back against Sexual Exploitation

Fradd, Matt. The Porn Myth: Exposing the Reality behind the Fantasy of Pornography. Ignatius Press, 2017.

 

National Coalition on Sexual Exploitation: www.endsexualexploitation.org  (leading national organization exposing the links between all forms of sexual exploitation such as child sexual abuse, prostitution, sex trafficking and the public health crisis of pornography)

Enough is Enough: www.enough.org (national organization campaigning to make the internet safer for families and children)