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‘Love You, Hate the Porn’

ST. GEORGE - Worldwide pornography revenue in 2006 was $97.06 billion. Of that, approximately $13 billion was in the United States. Couples across the nation suffer from the devastating effects of virtual infidelity.

The affects of pornography addiction do not simply hurt the one viewing pornography, but all those around them, especially a spouse. A new book by Mark Chamberlain and Geoff Steurer, Love You, Hate the Porn: Healing a Relationship Damaged by Virtual Infidelity, (Shadow Mountain, $18.99, ISBN: 978-60641-936-6) addresses the issues faced by those afflicted by pornography addiction.

Love You, Hate the Porn was written with an empathetic voice; full of real-life experiences and meaningful metaphors taken from coaching sessions with clients which help readers navigate their way through their own personal battles against pornography.

A pornography addiction can feel like real infidelity to a spouse. As difficult as it is to overcome this addictive habit, healing a marriage damaged by pornography is even harder. For spouses, it’s not enough for their partners to simply stop looking at porn. They need healing themselves, and this book assists in that process.

  • Love You, Hate the Porn shows couples how to identify and address vulnerabilities in the relationship.
  • Offers multiple chapters of healing advice for spouses.
  • Provides help for the struggling partner to avoid relapse.
  • Focuses on how to make the marriage relationship stronger than it was before.

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