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5 Lies Those Struggling With Sex Addiction Tell Themselves


Overcoming sex addiction was the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life. At 26 years old, I faced the greatest ultimatum I was ever given: Start dealing with my porn addiction OR lose my fiancée (soon to be wife) forever. Perhaps that sounds extreme, but for me, it was a breaking point. Five years later, I believe that was the first day that I ever really listened to the truth.

Sex addicts have so much to overcome in the process of recovery. So often, it seems overwhelming. Behaviors must change and so do mindsets. As a matter of fact, I believe choosing the truth over the lies could be harder to change than merely the behavior itself. And for those struggling with a sex addiction, there are many lies one is tempted to believe. The following are just a few of those lies (in no particular order)…

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By Frank Honess

Lover of Jesus, Husband to Tracey, & Dad to Nate & Addi.

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