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They commit and recommit to stop looking at pornography, then after time their resolve weakens and they become more vulnerable. They experience stress, frustration, fear, anger, and myriad other emotions. Amidst these painful emotions, the only way they have found peace of mind in the past is to give in and view pornography. Sometimes they will fantasize for hours at a time in an effort to avoid the reality of their life. Unfortunately, not only has pornography become the chosen comforting element in their life, it is extremely addictive.

It is common for individuals at level four to fight off strong urges and desires to view pornography. ). Individuals at level four may be viewing pornography every other week or so, but their desire to give in between episodes is often strong and challenging. Consequently, individuals at level four can quickly escalate into higher levels of involvement by viewing pornography weekly and sometimes more. Generally speaking, those who score at level four have been fighting pornography for many years.

Write down the reaction sequence that leads to the behavior you want to change (as seen in Graph 1—Also see Appendix A where you can map out your own reaction sequence). 3. Write down the specific behaviors you will change in each part of the reaction sequence. For example, this client focused on reducing the times he was vulnerable (as seen on the bottom right hand corner of Graph 2). Writing down the vulnerable moments helps identify the specific thoughts, feelings, and experiences that contribute to relapsing.

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