I am addicted to pornography
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Porn addiction refers to a person becoming emotionally dependent on pornography to the point that it interferes with their daily life, relationships, and ability to function. This type of addiction may be quite common. Some doctors consider porn addiction to be a hypersexual disorder — an umbrella term that includes behaviors such as excessive masturbation. However, the rates have been difficult to determine due to a lack of formal classification. Porn addiction remains a controversial issue, with some research suggesting that it is not a real condition at all. Keep reading to learn more about pornography addiction, including its causes, symptoms, and some ways to address it. The diagnosis of pornography addiction is controversial, and not all therapists will acknowledge it.
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Pornography addiction means being compulsively addicted to pornographic material despite the negative mental, physical and social effects. It is a behavioral addiction like compulsive internet use or cybersex addiction. Although diagnostic criteria do not exist for this disorder, it is seen as a compulsive disorder. Like pathological gambling or internet addiction, porn addicts see a decrease in the ability to stop, an increase in use over time, as well as adverse mental effects.
Below is a list of questions that relate to behaviors common among people who may be using pornography in an unhealthy way. Please read each question carefully, and indicate how often you have experienced the same or similar feelings or habits in the past few months to see where you fall on the spectrum. This quiz is NOT a diagnostic tool. Mental health disorders can only be diagnosed by a licensed mental health professional or doctor.