sexual addiction

Q&A: Pornography in Marriage

Question: My husband wants to bring pornography into our bedroom as a way of “enhancing” our sexual relationship. I’m extremely uncomfortable with this. Are his requests reasonable?   

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The cost of sin

A man who heard me speak on marriage decided to apply my suggestion that men use every instance of sexual temptation as an opportunity to actively do something honouring for their wives. In other words, let temptation be a reminder to pay attention to their marriages.

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Flirting with infidelity

  • Nobody wakes up one day and suddenly decides to begin an extramarital affair.
  • Infidelity begins in the heart and mind. By the time a person physically commits adultery, he or she has been indulging for quite some time in progressively more intense mental and emotional affairs.

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Porn: Is it okay to look?

Our culture has bought into two lies about pornography:

  1. Most guys look at porn. It’s normal behaviour.
  2. Porn does not hurt anyone. It’s no big deal.

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Pornography and your marriage

Joe was distraught. He had come home from work one afternoon and found most of his personal belongings on the front lawn. His wife of 12 years, Jean, had put them there and locked him out of the house.

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