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SA Lifeline Foundation
By jblackb
9/13/2011 2:16:54 PM
SA Lifeline Foundation.. a not-for-profit that is fighting pornography though education about addiction and support for recovery just completed a resource that is designed to provide basic information about this problem. It has stories of recovery, information on how to get there, articles from experts, 70+ questions and answers.

They are offering the manual to download for free. Or you can purchase it from your local LDS bookseller. The manuals are just hitting the shelves so you may not be able to find it yet.

Here is the link.
http://salifeline.org/understanding_pornography_free_download/

Comments:

incredible publication....    
"The folks at SALifeLine are leading the way in this battle. Thanks!"
posted at 23:37:36 on September 14, 2011 by chefdalet
Many thanks!!!!    
"Thank you so very much for sharing this. It is incredibly informative. I appreciate you sharing this."
posted at 23:02:21 on September 15, 2011 by hopeful13
Thanks!    
"Thanks for posting this. I just skimmed through the whole manual and I think it's very good, not just for parents and leaders but for an addict like me, too."
posted at 12:03:17 on September 16, 2011 by 1day@atime
Great site!    
"Thank you, I have shared this with many including my Priesthood leaders....."
posted at 01:39:15 on September 17, 2011 by Hero
Excellent Resource    
"I love this new resource. It answered alot of my questions."
posted at 14:27:13 on September 21, 2011 by Anonymous
expand    
"I hope it continues to expand to help those in states it's not in yet."
posted at 23:28:22 on September 27, 2011 by wholesale
You can get it at Deseret Book now    
posted at 16:22:09 on October 5, 2011 by Anonymous
Help for spouses    
"This resources contains powerful help, and resources for spouse. I found it very helpful for my recovery. Thank you SA Lifeline"
posted at 11:54:31 on October 25, 2011 by Anonymous
They are great    
"yes They are fantastic I love them.
They help me a lot"
posted at 12:14:12 on October 29, 2011 by mike81


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