At a 2003 meeting of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, two thirds of the 350 divorce lawyers who attended said the Internet played a significant role in the divorces in the past year, with excessive interest in online pornography contributing to more than half such cases. Pornography had an almost non-existent role in divorce just seven or eight years ago.
I attended a business conference last year. One of the attendees I met was a professional sexual addiction counselor. He told me one of his patients is 11-years old and is fighting an addiction to online pornography.
Without support, online pornography addicts cannot resist the constant temptation that surrounds them. It’s like being on a diet with plates of hot chocolate chip cookies throughout the house. In as little as two clicks, addicts can easily find the visual drugs that are ruining their lives. With monitoring software like Partner Guard, the temptation is removed by removing the secrecy.