• Kolby Kolibas

Is There a Correlation Between Viewing Pornography and Sexual Offending Behaviors?

As the parent of a person who is struggling with pornography, you may wonder if watching such material can cause a person to exhibit sexually offensive behaviors. That question can be answered using a number of studies as examples, but the simplified version of the answer is yes. The brain is a processor that ingests what you put into it, mixes it up and then spits back out what it produces. If your teens consistently invite porn into their minds, then it will almost certainly produce sexual offending behaviors. To make matters worse, the behavior may worsen with each act of offense behavior. It is said that what comes out of people defiles them. Therefore, regular exposure to porn can cause a vicious vulgarity recycling cycle.

Some Studies About Exposure to Negative Things

Speicialists in Iowa conducted a study shortly after the Columbine deaths. The study included children who played violent video games. The study found that such children were much more likely to exhibit aggressive behaviors than those who did not play the games. While violent games are not quite porn, the study still shows that exposure to negative material can breed negative activities. Another set of studies by a Virginia professor concluded that exposure to pornography caused males to act aggressively toward women. Lewdness is part of the aggression.

All Is Not Lost

All is not lost if you have teens that you think have a pornography addiction. There is a way to deprogram them, end sexual offending behavior, and get them back on a positive and pure path of life. Star Guides may be just what your teens or your teen needs to get back on track.

About Star Guides

Star Guides treatment moves away from “punishing” teens and instead focuses on a disruption of the addiction–so that they can learn to enjoy a non-digital world and develop new ways of coping with life stresses without the use of pornography.  Star Guides can help your child in many ways. For one, it can put life in a different perspective for him or her.  Additionally, group treatment and living can give your child a chance to bond with other children his or her age struggling with similar issues. Adolescents develop enough trust to talk with their therapist and treatment group about the sexual addictions in a trusting environment. Star Guides can help where jail time and harsh punishments fail.

Find out More Today

Find out more about Star Guides and the professionals who run it. You can receive a free consultation during which you can discuss the specific issues that your youngster is having. The specialist can then recommend a treatment option for you. The number to call is 800-584-4629. Your child should not have to struggle with addiction. The battle could end with the help of some people who truly understand.

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