Wriggling Out.

Hey, readers!

Today’s post is taking a little dark turn – depending on how you wish to look it. I simply tittled it wriggling out just because.

It’s recently been hovering around my mind how many people and teens today have fallen into porn addiction, masturbation, and other kinds of such habits. Porn addiction is a destructive habit that makes you lose focus and causes you to misplace your life’s priorities . Masturbation and other forms of outside-the-box sexual acts are simply just physical displays of a life of porn addictions, which all have consequences that could destabilize your life.

It’s always been my motive to inform, inspire and motivate using my blog. So here I have some things one can do to help, for a person who’s addicted to porn and it’s likes.

1.Clear your mind.

Sit down and think about your situation. As long as you’ve consciously accepted to let go of it, you need to sit down and have a little kind of penitence or remorse; give yourself a little scolding or self-punishment. That’ll help your brain realize that you’ve been doing something wrong, and clear up space for change to begin.

2.Fill up your mind with other things.

Of course, porn occupied a space in your mind. And if you were addicted, it would also be etched as part of your daily routine. And when you begin to try to desist from it, there will be a vacuum – in your mind and in the sequence of your actions. You’ll become kind of uneasy and seemingly jobless. And if you don’t find things to replace that space with, your mind and body will just go back to doing what they’re already accustomed to, and you’ll be getting back into bad habits.

And so, you have to fill in the space. As you clear your mind, remind yourself of things like your dream career and why you want to pursue it, remind yourself of the most important people in your life and why you need to stop the bad habits so you can be the best version of yourself for them, think up positive activities you can engage in around your area that’ll keep you busy. Essentially, just make sure you’re always occupied, and that you have a force pulling you away from porn.

3.Erase all the data.

This is very important, because in the stages where you just started letting go of porn, it’ll still be very easy to fall back. And because of this, you must get rid of everything that could possibly remind you of your bad habits: pictures, videos, audios, objects, everything. You have to do this, because even the smallest glimpse of such things can get you back to thinking those thoughts and doing those things you don’t want to do.

And even as you do this, you should also try to purge your mind of all pornographic memories, and also build up the willpower to fight back those kind of thoughts as often as they’ll pop up in those times.

4. Constantly ask for strength and help.

It’s a hard tussle; there WILL always be times you’ll be tempted: just for a minute, your mind would tell you, and many times, you will give in, only to hate yourself for it afterwards.

At a point, you might even begin to ask yourself where the sense is in constantly trying again, when you always give in to the bad habits at the end of the day. You might even sink into despair, telling yourself you’ll never be able to let it go. And then you might be all: what’s the use of it all? and want to quit

It’s in times like these that you need to ask for help from the Greater Power. You may not be religious or anything. Okay. But you should still try and ask for help with your struggle. I assure you, there’s Someone who’s always listening to our requests and prayers – especially the requests of those who’ve made lots of mistakes. He’ll listen to you, guide you as you progress, and lift you up when you fall.

Know you’ll never be in it alone. And remember that:

no matter how many times you try again and fail, you’ll always be a better person than you were when you hadn’t begun to change, as long as you keep trying.

Your progress may be small, but it’s still something.

Letting go of porn addiction, masturbation and other dirty habits is truly a hard thing to. But by reading this article, it’s been brought to your consciousness the things you can do to let go of it if you’re into such.

Know that it’s your willpower that will help you most through it all. It will be that thing that will force you to get up when you’d rather stay down. You need to work on building it up of you really want to wriggle out of porn addiction.

Godspeed. ♥️

4 thoughts on “Wriggling Out.

  1. Porn addiction is so overlooked in our generation. I mean, children and young teenagers have comfortably accepted pornography addiction.

    I know it’s hard to deal with an addiction but with help, and emotional and spiritual dedication, people can overcome it.

    I was so shocked when I read about the dangers of watching porn. It is terrible!

    Great post! I wish this gets to so many people!

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    1. Yes. It’s almost like porn is a normal part of people’s lives now. Most people don’t know how much of a con it is.

      I as well hope this gets to more people, especially people outside of WordPress, because porn addiction – pointedly among young people – is something that should be tackled.
      …any help with how I can make that possible?

      Thanks so much for your comment. It means a lot to me!!! 😁😁😁

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      1. You are right! When we continue to see something over and over again, it becomes normal to us. Besides porn, they are several activities and actions that have been accepted.

        Well, when I initially started blogging, I had time to connect with other bloggers. I visited their blogs and commented often. They also did the same. I think that was the best way I got followers and views. I don’t know if there is any other way. You can also ask for collaboration with them! We will do that soon!

        Oh, I love to read your blog! Undiluted content💖💖

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      2. Okay. That’s good info. I used to do that back when I was just starting out and it did get me some traffic and new friends. But when I began to slack in blogging consistency, I only bothered getting posts out and assumed that those who were already following me would like and comment.

        But the opposite was the case!

        So I’ll try following your advice. I know it’ll yield good results.

        Oh, wow. I can’t wait for the collab! 😁
        Really? Thanks so much!!! ☺️

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