The most shocking fact Abby read while researching pornography‘s impact is that experts believe a pornography addiction can be harder to break than a heroin addiction. We can’t believe the lie that pornography “is no big deal…its only images.” Don’t be fooled! Below are resources to help your teen get out or stay out of pornography.

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Your Brain on Porn
by Covenant Eyes

Sex is highly glorified in our culture. Between risqué ads and promiscuous characters, the average American will see 15,000 sexual references a year on television alone. Many shows will even glorify pornography…
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If Your Child Sees Porn
by Luke Gilkerson – Covenant Eyes

What should you do when you discover your child has been looking at pornography? How do you keep from overreacting? 
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When Children View Pornography
by Rob Jackson – Focus on the Family

No healthy parent wants to think about his child viewing pornography, but it often happens. Some researchers have stated that the average age of exposure to pornography is down to 8. 
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How Pain Leads to Porn
by Sam Black – Covenant Eyes

Porn was Dan’s anesthetic, numbing his wounds and relieving the ache of unmet desires. As a skinny kid who felt unattractive, Dan Wobschall’s gaze would fall to the floor or maybe to his shoes when he tried to talk to a girl. He felt inadequate, and the bullies who used him for sport reinforced these feelings. 
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F.L.E.E.—A STRATEGY FOR PURSUING SEXUAL PURITY
by Trent Hunter – The Gospel Coalition

We’re supposed to flee from things that can kill us. Active volcanoes, oncoming traffic, and snakes come to mind. So should sexual immorality…
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