Answer the questions in each section as “mostly true” or “mostly false.”

Section 1:

  • I can only reach orgasm with porn, almost never when I have sex with a real woman
  • I can only get an erection with porn, almost never with a real woman
  • I rarely or never wake up with erections, even though my doctor tells me that the issue is not cardio-vascular, hormone, prescription medication, or illness related
  • When I fantasize in order to get hard when I’m with a woman, I usually fantasize about watching a scene on my computer (rather than a fantasy involving myself engaged in a sex act, or a “partner replacement” fantasy).
  • The porn that used to get me off is no longer that interesting to me, and I now have to watch more taboo scenes and subject matter that make a little uncomfortable in order to get off
  • If you answered “mostly true” about ANY of these statements, then your situation is critical, and you should take immediate action. Your answers mean that real neuroplastic changes, both chemical and physiological, have occurred in your brain. It is critical to your ability to regain sexual function to quite porn now. Additionally, you may begin to experience secondary consequences to continued porn use, including depression, social anxiety, and further sexual dysfunction.

    Your best course of action is follow the Full Porn Recovery program

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    Section 2:

  • I find that many times I’ll interrupt what I’m doing to go watch some porn when I see an ad, an instagram photo, suggestive image, or something else that I find sexy online
  • I sometimes spend more time watching porn than I intended, or watch when I know I shouldn’t, and that I have other things I need to do
  • I sometimes feel guilty or feel frustrated that I watch too much porn and promise myself that I’m going to cut back, but I still watch at least as much as before I make these promises to myself
  • I sometimes choose to stay home with porn, rather than go out with friends or a date
  • I enjoy porn more than sex
  • When I use porn, I never watch 1 or 2 videos, but always click through many videos, channel surf, or even view in multiple windows, until I find just the right one to finish with
  • If you answered “mostly true” to ANY of the statements in Section 2, then your situation with porn is serious. You almost certainly have incurred chemical changes in your brain that promote addiction, and it’s very probably that you are on your way to full-blown addiction, including loss of sexual function and increasing social anxiety if you don’t do something about it now.

    You might be alright following the Partial Porn Recovery Program, but I’d recommend you strongly consider the Full Porn Recovery… and if you fail with the Partial Recovery Program, it is a strong indicator of more serious addiction and neuroplastic brain changes, and I highly advise you to take on the Full Porn Recovery program

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    Section 3:

  • I sometimes binge-watch porn
  • I watch porn more frequently than I have sex with a real human
  • I think I can learn how to be a better lover by watching porn
  • I think porn is wrong… but I watch anyway
  • I never masturbate to fantasy– I exclusively use porn to get off when I’m alone
  • I watch some porn almost every day
  • If you answered “mostly true” about ANY of these statements, but answered “mostly false” to ALL of the statements in sections 1 and 2, then your situation is guarded. You are not currently addicted to porn, and there is no reason to believe that porn is a problem in your life… yet. But you DO have all of the classic warning signs of what could become a full-blown porn addiction.

    Why wait until changes to your neurology are harming your health and happiness? Once those changes occur it can much more difficult to quit and regain your life.

    I strongly advise you to take on The Partial Porn Recovery Program in order to keep your habit in check and your sex life and happiness protected.

    MANY men will answer “mostly false” to every question on this page. If that’s you, for now you have nothing to worry about, and whatever you’re doing, continue to enjoy it!

    However, remember that you are messing with a potentially addictive and harmful substance, and handle with care. Keep an eye on yourself, just as you would with a recreational drug that you use only occasionally. If you treat porn this way, then you are more likely to notice if things begin to slide and you can take appropriate action long before it becomes a problem.