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By Myrealself
5/8/2015 11:13:09 PM
My body desires to look at naked woman even through I know that's really bad and I don't really want to do that in the first place . It's never any woman I know in my personal life . It's always a desire to use some woman's body's I don't know or even care about or will ever care about body's for pleasure and self gratification. I don't have their permission or even Gods permission to do this . It's so easy has a man to forget about these truths sometimes . It's like I get tricked for a moment and I can't see past the beautiful bodies of are sisters . Instead it's a Lure that brings us men down . I hope a make sense ?... I missed up today and tomorrow I start a new commitment to be pure and always treating Gods Daughters with the love and Respect they Deserve . Thanks

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welcome friend!    
"You asked Why?

I recommend checking out Tony Litster's free explanations at http://www.curethecraving.com . He explains why and how to overcome, if you sign up for his free videos. It's blessed me.

Checkout http://rowboatandmarbles.org/sitting-in-a-rowboat-lds-porn-addiction-recovery . I haven't spent as much time on this site, but I think it has some good stuff. The book isn't free though.

Gotta run. Welcome to the team."
posted at 23:50:35 on May 8, 2015 by beclean
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"Intimacy in the marriage bed is good. A man and woman are free to see each other naked inside the marriage covenant, but outside it is wrong. The desire for procreation is good. You must just learn to control it. It can only be used inside marriage.

Pornography is just a lustful substitute that will lead you down a road toward misery."
posted at 00:32:21 on May 9, 2015 by Anonymous
just wondering    
"anonymous, was that quote sposed to teach someone something we didnt already know? or what did you want to emphasize?"
posted at 01:23:15 on May 9, 2015 by Anonymous
I took the anonymous quote differently    
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Reading myrealself's blog he says, " It's so easy has a man to forget about these truths sometimes . It's like I get tricked for a moment and I can't see past the beautiful bodies of are sisters ." I think anonymous 1's comment was plain and simple and when someone is struggling the things we should already know get forgotten. A reminder is always good, kinda like... read scriptures, say prayers, go to church ect...things we hear all the time but still need those reminders of their importance. Also I like that anonymous talks about intimacy being good...and it's cool to see your wife naked. Satan really dorks with these natural emotions.
Myrealself love your desire to do good!! Fight good man!"
posted at 11:31:43 on May 9, 2015 by Summer
About my quote above    
"My quote above about how the procreative desires being good if bridled and used in the correct way in marriage was meant to put perspective on the problem. I used to feel like my sex drive was something evil that would just torture me for many days in mortal life. I now realize it is good and try to control my body in a way according to God's will."
posted at 23:40:50 on May 10, 2015 by Anonymous
Another Help    
"Beclean gave you some great helps! I hope you check them out. Another one that has helped in our home and many others is the Fortify program. If you are 20 and under the program is free. If you are 21 and over it is only $39. The parent group is Fight The New Drug. I am not at all affiliated with them, just grateful for their program.

You are not alone in this, but THANK HEAVENS you are doing something about it now!!! Pornography addiction will not stand still. It only escalates. You can do this and I am proud of you for having the courage!
www.fortifyprogram.org"
posted at 00:15:29 on June 4, 2015 by 1stepatatime
It isn't your body    
"What makes you think that it is your body that likes to look at naked women?

“In addition, teenagers need to know that the spirit controls the body. One of the false notions of our society is that we are victims of our appetites and passions. But the truth is that the body is controlled by the spirit which inhabits it. No one can claim that his spirit is controlled by his body. The spirit tells the body what to do—and barring defects in physiology, the body responds. The body has the capacity only to respond; the spirit directs. Moral cleanliness is a condition of one’s individual spirit. A lustful spirit uses the body as a tool to carry out its purposes. A spirit seeking first the kingdom of God will direct the body in a righteous course.”
Teaching Morality to Your Children - Ensign Mar. 1981

“All evils to which so many become addicted begin in the mind and in the way one thinks. Experience teaches that when the will and imagination are in conflict, the imagination usually wins. What we imagine may defeat our reason and make us slaves to what we taste, see, hear, smell, and feel in the mind's eye. The body is indeed the servant of the mind.”
The Power within Us, Pg. 211
Elder Russell Marion Nelson

“I believe the physical body is a very strong part of us and is of great benefit to us. Among other reasons, it was given to us to help us overcome our addictions, bad habits, and evil desires. The body is very obedient; generally speaking, it will do exactly what the spirit tells it to do. So it is not the physical body that we are struggling with; it is the spirit we must bring into subjection.”
Elder Hartman Rector, Jr.
Conference Report, Oct 1970, Pg. 73"
posted at 04:36:11 on June 11, 2015 by Anonymous


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