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The One Question That Might Reveal Why You Haven’t Been Able to Stop Looking at Porn

“Someone help me stop looking at porn.”   In a moment of desperation, I reached for help and for answers. Someone had to know; someone had to be able to help me. The darkness of my room that had once [...]

February 24, 2014 Addiction, Help

The Scars I Can’t Keep

When I was learning to ride a bike, I couldn’t quite get the hang of it. I was frustrated in the grass in our front yard, and every time I tried, I failed. I was so mad that I wasn’t [...]

February 21, 2014 Faith, God, Honesty, Women

The Scarlet Letters We Wear

“I’m divorced…” The words linger in the air and I feel as if somewhere in the room a record has scratched interrupting the music while all the nearby tables have stopped to stare at me and my badge of shame. [...]

February 20, 2014 Doubt, Fear, hope

244 Days.

You can break 8 months, depending on what month you start on, into 244 days, 5856 hours, 351,360 minutes, or 21,081,600 seconds. These are the measurements of time that have passed from April 26th, until December 26th. That gives me [...]

February 19, 2014 Addiction, Faith, Guest Blog, Healing

How to Stop the Sickening Cycle of Doing Exactly What You Told Yourself You Would Never Do Again

Recovery is a funny thing. We yell and scream and swear we’ll never drink, drug, masturbate, watch porn, lust, self-harm, purge again only to be found in the next moment doing exactly that. Why is it that in one moment [...]

February 17, 2014 Addiction

Stop Being So Godly, and Learn to be Human: A Pastor’s Perspective

I used to work in a prison for sex offenders in Seattle. During my time there, I met a kid named Jason who would crap in his tube socks and then go all Bruce Lee on me swinging them at [...]

February 14, 2014 God, Judgement

Putting Pills in a Pile and Writing My Parents Goodbye

In The Beginning Back when I was a little kid I used to hate going to church. I never fully understood why I had to dress up nice for 2 hours out of my weekend and listen to stories I [...]

February 14, 2014 Addiction, God, hope, Recovery

Snake Oil and Holy Water

A few months ago I had dinner with Ron Jeremy (for those who don’t know, I HIGHLY recommend not googling his name. In short, he’s one of the most well-known porn actors of the modern day). There’s a longer story [...]

February 12, 2014 Fear, Pride

What I learned about trust from my dog

My dog barks at shoe polish. You read that right. He growls and barks and his hair stands up when he sees shoe polish. A few months ago, I was cleaning a closet in our apartment and sorting things out. [...]

February 11, 2014 Faith, Honesty, Lies

It’s My Fault That…

“How can you trust him?” Chris asked, hesitating on my proposition. He had been burned one too many times in the past, which cooked a skeptical crust that shielded his gooey insides. “He’s not that kind of a guy, dude. [...]

February 10, 2014 Abuse, forgiveness