There is important basic information you need to read, under The Basics tab. Also, there is information which is written directly to young single adults in the Help I Am Using Pornography tab and the Help, a Loved One is Using Pornography tab.
Additionally, there are sections written especially to young single adults in Understanding Pornography and Sexual Addiction: A Resource for LDS Parents and Leaders. This manual is available as a free download from the SA Lifeline Foundation website.
Basic Problem. If someone is addicted to alcohol, they would be strongly advised to seek counseling and immediately begin attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. It is essential to recognize that use of pornography, like alcohol, can lead to addiction. As with addiction to drugs or alcohol, it cannot be conquered through willpower alone.
“You have a problem with pornography? Just make up your mind not to do it anymore, stick to your commitments, think pure thoughts, read your scriptures and pray more,” is common advice. While all those suggestions are important spiritual activities, they do not provide a likelihood of curing a pornography problem because the issue does not stem merely from a lack of desire to quit. Pornography is a physical addiction that chemically alters the brain. To treat this problem, serious measures are required including a substantial amount of professional, outside help.
Pornography is material that is sexually explicit and that has the primary intended purpose of sexual arousal. Pornography addiction is a sub-category of sexual addiction and is progressive. It typically starts out with occasionally looking at pictures of scantily dressed people and then progresses from soft-core to hard-core pornography. This progression can lead to acting out behaviors such as online and in-person emotional and sexual affairs, visiting strip clubs and soliciting prostitutes.