Why you should forget everything you learned about overcoming porn addiction

Do you still struggle with porn addiction?

Does it seem like you’ve tried everything possible to stop watching porn, only to relapse a few days or weeks later?

If so, you’re not alone.

Up until about 6 months ago, I was hopelessly addicted to porn.

I started looking at porn at a young age, like with most guys, and carried on into my late teens and twenties.

I would watch porn and masturbate between 5-10 times a week, depending on how hard I was trying to quit.

There were times where I would rather stay at home and watch porn then get out of my room and be social.

It got to a point where I was so frustrated with myself that I thought I would be doomed to struggle with this my whole life.

And the last thing I wanted was to be married to a beautiful girl and still be addicted to porn.

So I started reading, listening and trying everything.

I read every young man’s battle, I went through overcoming pornography training courses and programs, I listened to sermons and public speakers on purity, sexual immorality and pornography, I tried the weird exercises, tried getting out more, installed the porn blockers on my computer and iPhone and had accountability partners.

Some things seemed to work for a few days, until I ended up relapsing and spiral out of control back to square one.

I was so frustrated because nothing seemed to legitimately work.

And everywhere I looked seemed to have the same generic blanket answers:

Get a hobby, work out, meditate, really decide why you want to change, stay off the internet as much as possible, keep your computer out in the open, get out more, talk to people, block certain sites, etc…

And I would try them. And I would relapse. Again and again.

All I wanted was to be able to go on my computer late at night, and not even have an urge or desire to watch porn anymore.

So I kept searching. And I was desperate to find the answer.

I ended up stumbling across this guy talking about his struggle with porn addiction and some of the steps he took to finally quit porn.

I laid my doubts aside, bought his program and started going through it.

The first part of the program was about his story and how he was able to reverse his patterns of addiction and the steps he took to do it.

It was exactly what I had been looking for.

It was pretty controversial and it wasn’t perfect, but it was something that was simple, duplicatable, and didn’t require any willpower whatsoever.

It was broken down into a few different sections, and it only took me a few tries to really get the whole thing implemented.

And since then, I’ve never even had the urge to look at porn.

I was able to uninstall my porn filter, stop counting the days since my last relapse, and stop worrying about staying up all night on my computer.

Now I checked online for the guy’s program because I had some friends who wanted to get a copy of it…but it’s no longer for sale.

So what I decided to do was create my own version of it based on my own experiences and added a bunch of things to it that really helped me when I was struggling.

If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, just click here to learn more.

Thanks,

Jordan

10 Comments

  1. Hello, I am glad to see I am not the only person who has struggled with this addiction. unfortunately the link you provided is not working and I am desperate for a way out of this. please email me a working link or any help or advice you have. I have a family and I want to be a worthy roll model to my sons.

  2. I knew this was going to be a sales pitch as soon as there were many promises describing the steps, but not the steps themselves. It’s not the price that is an issue, but the payment of any kind to “overcome” porn addiction. If you’ve got the steps, make them free and sell a book instead. If there’s anything worse than the struggles I have with this sin, it is the modern day sale of indulgences.

  3. The link is live and working. Thanks for your comment.

  4. Hey John, thanks for your comments. Putting this information together and selling it in a book format would be much more expensive for every party involved. (Costs of printing, publishing, distribution, etc.)

    Plus with video training and personal support I’m able to much better help people than just selling a book.

    Real people are seeing true freedom from this training, and even just a small payment helps cover the costs of getting the word out.

    Thanks!

    Jordan

  5. This article didn’t show me Jesus or give me any real hope to overcome my struggle. Instead your article strung me along for 10 minutes thinking that I was going to hear something good, yet instead it was just a sales pitch for your own product. Your title was very provocative and it definitely piqued my interest. However, it also made you sound like the savior. How can you say with such confidence that I should “forget” everything that I have learned about overcoming if you haven’t even the slightest clue what I have learned. Are you suggesting I forget the verses in the scriptures that have taught me about overcoming? Like the ones that tell me to flee? Or if my eye causes me to sin I should cut it out? Don’t trivialize such a struggle that so many millions deal with for your own financial gain. It is dishonest and wrong. If you really wanted to help people, petition the government to give us more control on what kind of content comes into our homes. But just remember, petitioning won’t pay money.

  6. Hey, I submitted my payment and created an account, but every time I try to sign in, I get a “link broken” page. I’m assuming Micah’s problem is the same. Could someone please actually look into this?

  7. Hey, I’m having the same problem. Both links (The WSE method and Overcome Training Course) links are not working for me.
    I’m excited to take a look at them, please send me a working link when possible.
    Thanks!

  8. Sent you an email, should be all good to go now! Sorry about that!

  9. Also just sent over an email with the new link, should be all good now!

    Jordan

  10. Hey Logan, appreciate the comments man.

    My apologies if it came across like I was trivializing yours and millions of other guys’ struggle.

    I can say it with confidence because when I finally discovered how to actually overcome porn addiction, it had nothing to do with what I thought needed to be done.

    If you’re still struggling with watching porn (even if it’s just a few times here and there), you haven’t truly overcome it and you might want to try something else..

    All I can say and teach others is what worked for me.

    Charging something for it just helps me cover the cost to getting it out to more people.

    All the best bro.

    Jordan

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