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  2. Website of Matt Dobschuetz, who is the host for the PornFree podcast. He has many other resources on this site, including books, coaching opportunities, courses and summits.
  3. Pornfree Radio with Matt Dobschuetz is about giving you the skills to break porn addiction and live porn free. Whether you have been at this a long time or just hit rock bottom, this podcast is for you. Matt Dobschuetz shares how his journey to being porn free started with the humiliation of being caught by his wife downloading pornography in 2001. What came out of that lowest point was a new desire to get free and a passion for helping others. Matt is not a counselor or doctor, but a regular guy who has practical advice and a plan for getting out of porn addiction. He gets it. He been there and made mistakes but now lives 100% porn free. Getting a system that works and is repeatable is the cornerstone of Pornfree Radio. Every time you fail you have an opportunity to learn what works for you and make the necessary changes to your plan. Whether your goal is improving your marriage, your career/business, or just making you a better dad- getting rid of the porn will free you to make it happen. Get hope and take action!
  4. The Alcohol Awareness website (at alcoholawareness.org) provides numerous articles and resources covering all aspects of alcohol and alcoholism. Some recent articles include the following. Alcohol Awareness Month: How aware are you? Effects of Alcohol on the Brain Are You an Alcoholic? | Symptoms of Alcoholism Alcoholic Hepatitis: Say Goodbye to your Liver Predicting Future Drinking Patterns in Adolescents Alcoholics Anonymous and other Support Groups (They Help!) Alcohol Culture in America Brain Changes in Drinking Teens How Iceland’s Youth got Sober Fast (and ours could too) Second Chances are Given, Not Taken. In addition, there are links to state resources for alcoholism for every state in the United States as well as links to national USA and recovery resources.
  5. About Fortify Fortify was specifically designed to help individuals (particularly young people) struggling with pornography eventually reach long-lasting freedom. In this program you will find the tools, education, and resources necessary to help you or someone you love overcome this problem. The Fortify Program should take an individual anywhere from 2 to 5 months to complete. Who's Behind Fortify? The Fortify Program is an online recovery program created and developed by Fight the New Drug, a grassroots, youth oriented, non-religious, non-legislative, non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness on the harmful effects of pornography. Fight the New Drug accomplishes this through social media campaigns, videos, school assembly presentations and conference appearances across the United States. The first part of our name, “Fight,” denotes the struggle and the seriousness of our effort. When people join the movement they are called “Fighters,” which refers to their dedication and intensity. The second part of the name, “the New Drug,” refers to the addictive potential and pervasiveness of pornography and the new science that has come out over the past few decades helping the world recognize it as a drug with addictive qualities. Having the opportunity to research and learn about the negative effects of pornography, we became acutely aware of the need to share this information with the public, especially young people. We recognized that for a movement to be successful in decreasing demand for this social ill, society would need to gain a deeper understanding of what they were ingesting on a regular basis. As we have traveled across the country spreading the movement, we have been overwhelmed with the sheer volume of students coming up to us after assemblies, events, and reaching out through emails telling us they were already heavily using pornography and they needed help stop but had no where to turn. Thus, the Fortify Program was born... We teamed up with psychologists, neurologists, therapists, and other mental health experts to create a program that would educate and empower a person to move away from pornography use. We worked for nearly two years researching and creating a program that would be free, anonymous, and accessible to young people across the world. This program dives deep into the scientific reasons for addiction and the porn industry’s tactics to create a life-long customer. It has been designed to eventually help users reach long lasting freedom. With the Fortify Program, you will find the tools education and resources necessary to help you or someone you love overcome this addictive behavior. - From their website
  6. Fight the New Drug exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts. Pornography used to be a matter of personal opinion. Some people felt it was natural, normal, and even expected it to be consumed. Others felt it was “bad” or “wrong” due to their own religious beliefs or political views. However, few people, if any, seemed to have concrete evidence to support their points of view. As young college students not too long ago, we came across the recent science of how porn affects the brain and we were shocked! After further study we began to find that porn not only had negative effects on the individual, but that pornography’s influence was causing huge problems in relationships, tearing apart families and that production of pornography was often inseparably connected to the world of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. The research was clear that pornography has negative neurological effects, is damaging to relationships, and is impacting our society as a whole. Most of all, we couldn’t believe that all this was happening and nobody was talking about it! We quickly became passionate about educating the world (specifically teens) and raising awareness on the issue. In 2009, we officially became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and began this campaign. WE ARE THE FIRST GENERATION IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD TO FACE THE ISSUE OF PORNOGRAPHY TO THIS INTENSITY AND SCALE. WE’RE ALSO THE FIRST GENERATION WITH A SCIENTIFIC, FACT-BASED UNDERSTANDING OF THE HARM PORNOGRAPHY CAN DO. With that knowledge, we feel the responsibility to share with others that porn harms the brain, damages relationships, and affects society as a whole. Our movement uses nothing but science, research, and personal accounts to bring this issue out into the open and get people talking about something that has previously been considered taboo. By choosing to Fight pornography, FTND followers can help shape their own lives for the better. By spreading this message to others however, they hold the power to shape history. From that simple idea, Fight the New Drug and the ‘Porn Kills Love’ movement was born. WHO WE ARE With an all-inclusive approach, we carry our anti-pornography message across borders of religious beliefs, political agenda, and social backgrounds by presenting it as a public health issue, rather than as a moral, political or religious argument. As a nonprofit organization, we at Fight the New Drug give live presentations on the harmful effects of pornography in schools (public and private) and universities throughout North America. In just five years, we have toured the country and presented our message to over 300 schools reaching hundreds of thousands of teens. We are also delivering our message through social media and have gathered a massive following that has created a powerful social movement online. In addition to spreading awareness, we also assist young people who are already struggling with porn addiction through our unique online program: the Fortify Program. As we present our message, not only do we educate teens on the harmful effects of pornography to allow them to make an informed decision but we also give them a place to turn for help, as so many are silently struggling and are too ashamed or embarrassed to reach out for help. - From their website
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