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Jan. 10, 2020 – Trying to prevent that is Porn Addiction Coach Tim Reigle, and his summation of the condition is surprising. “Porn addiction has nothing to do with sex, it’s to do with how we cope with pain and emotions that we can’t handle – it’s an escape.”

Tim, 34, is from Pennsylvania and knows what he’s talking about. He became hooked on porn as a teenager and struggled to deal with it all the way through his adult life. It culminated in him having multiple affairs, nearly destroying his marriage and his relationship with kids.

“It led to a lot of depression which just continued the cycle. I got caught a few times by my wife and others but each time like any good liar, I got better at not getting caught. My wife and I separated for a while but when I got caught by my two best friends and they disowned me, that was a wake-up call. I had to look in the mirror,” he said.

That happened almost four years ago and he vowed to use his experiences to help others. Part of that is his free ebook Power Over Porn, which takes addicts through a 10-step process. However, the bigger part of his role is to help sufferers one-on-one, some who may be masturbating five times a day.

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