If women make up 1 out of every 3 visits to pornographic sites, if 17% of women consider themselves addicted to porn, and if half of women in a recent German sex study admit to watching porn, why don't we talk about it? Why are there so few resources?
We talk about it with Amy Riordan, author, speaker, and writer for Covenant Eyes. Additionally, we explore the questions: If we are a woman who wrestles with pornography or lust in general, how can we get the shame-free help we need? If we are a friend of a woman wrestling with lust, how can we come alongside our friends?
"To me, intimacy meant sex. I didn't realize there was a difference between the two. That started this whole thing with God showing me what I was really craving and wanting was intimacy--not sex.'"
Question of the Week: Have you ever said, “God, I will never do/go/say _____,” and then the next thing you know you’re doing ____?
Goofball Island: When have you pulled a prank, had one pulled on you, or even DAYDREAMED about pulling a prank on someone? How did it go?
1. If we are struggling with lust, how can we get the help we need?
2. Live transparently with one or two people
3. Get time alone to recenter
4. Be transparent with God
5. Change your scenery
6. Reach out to your friends
7. Be kind to yourself
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