How porn impacts the everyday life

The projection for virtual reality (VR) porn by the year 2025 is that it should be a $1 billion business by then.

Let’s get some perspective on that amount of money.

In relation to other major VR markets:

$1.23 billion VR NFL-related content.

It is a third behind an expected $1.4 billion virtual reality video game market

Let those figures sink in for a second.

Only a THIRD behind the projection for the video game market.

Keep in mind that these are only the projections for the VR segment of porn, not the grand total for all porn segments.

These numbers might seem shockingly high, and they are. However, some statistics about the general porn usage makes it clear as day how projections like the one above most likely isn’t too far of what the total outcome will be.

1 in 5 mobile searches are for pornography.

Of all the available statistics in relation to porn use, that one is by far the one that’s the most disturbing for me to accept.

In our tremendously diverse world full of mysteries, unheard stories, unanswered questions and an internet loaded with useful information and content that can actually add true value to everyone… Still 1 out of 5 searches is for pornographic material.

88% of scenes in porn films contain acts of physical aggression, and 49% of scenes contain verbal aggression.

As the above statistic clearly shows it’s no tender and intimate acts of love that is acted out in the material people are watching.

It raises interesting question about how is this effecting people’s everyday lives?

Well:

68% of divorce cases involved one party meeting a new lover over the Internet.

56% involved one party having “an obsessive interest in pornographic websites.”

70% of wives of sex addicts could be diagnosed with PTSD.

These figures crush the modern myth that porn spices up the relationship.

A vast majority of all the divorces are directly linked to people’s obsessive porn use.

7 out of 10 wives to people with sexual addictions suffer from PTSD.

PTSD speaks for itself, but consider the fact that PTSD is what returning soldiers suffers from after seing the horrors of war!

There are many negative effects of prolonged exposure to pornography.

These are some of them that directly impacts relationships and familylife:

Diminished trust between intimate couples.

Belief that promiscuity is the natural state.

Lack of attraction to family and child-raising.

There is hope still.

The human brain is the most complex thing that humans have discovered so far.

Our brain can for better and for worse be changed.

The neural paths within our brain is physically changed for a person that is addicted to porn resulting in many negative effects.

When a person stops the porn use for good, these neural paths start to heal again, and the negative effects will be gone.

 An addiction to drugs or alcohol can be spotted very quickly in many cases. An addiction to porn however can remain a secret for years and even decades. When the secret bursts wide open the partner goes into chock. The trust and intimacy build and nourished over the years are crushed in that instant. It’s common for partners to feel like they don’t know the other person anymore. The depth of the emotional betrayal is the same as that felt after a physical sexual affair. In most cases it’s not the sexual act itself that hurts the most. It is the broken trust and intimacy.

Sexual addictions thrive in secrecy.

Break the isolation quickly to let the recovery process gain momentum.

I offer recovery options for anyone that is motivated to get back on track in their life without sexual addiction.

There are recovery options available to you that can be carried out from the convenience of your own home through video-call sessions.

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All recovery options are available to you regardless of where you live.

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