End Sex & Porn Addiction
“I’ve Been There and I Know The Way Out.” Craig Perra, C.P.C., J.D.
Thank you for reaching out for help and scheduling time with me. I remember what it was like when I did exactly what you are doing – there was a point where I needed help. I couldn’t do it alone. That call led to a profound life transformation. And that’s what I want for you.
And just to be clear – MY GOAL IS TO EMPOWER YOU TO PROFOUNDLY CHANGE YOUR LIFE.
I expect you to set the bar high also. I know it’s hard to talk about this stuff, but I strongly recommend that if you need immediate help call me. The call goes to my phone. And, I answer. You can call me 24/7. (916) 259-1232.
Till then, watch the video below to learn more about what I do and how I do it. In this video, I share my staunch belief regarding the cure for sex addiction and porn addiction.
It’s really important for you to connect with my message, themes, and action-oriented approach. I look forward to talk with you soon.
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The Cure for Sex & Porn Addiction
- I’ve Been There and Know’s The Way Out
- You want to know a secret . . . here’s the secret.
- You Can Use This Crisis To Powerfully Change Your Life
In this episode of "Sex Addictions and Porn Afflictions," Craig Perra, certified professional coach and Founder of the "Mindful Habit to End Compulsive Behavior," walks you through the process of confronting and talking to that voice in your head -- your addict...
Highlights Craig reflects on news about Donald Trump’s payout to a porn star and a close friend’s arrest How low can our compulsive sexual behavior take us? What risks are we creating in our lives by continuing in our behavior? The Arrogance of the Sex Addict: Donald...
Highlight Craig interviews Joshua Shea, author of The Addiction Nobody Will Talk About Joshua was arrested for texting an underage girl and or possession of underage porn Unhealthy sexuality will take us to darker places than we ever imagine Busted for Sexting a Minor...
Highlights Sexual harassers come across as cocky and powerful. The principle of subpersonalities can help us see and understand the part of the harasser that acts in inappropriate ways. These different subpersonality of the sexual harasser usually feels insignificant...