He Restoreth my Soul, is one of the most informative and helpful books written to date on the subject of sexual / pornography addiction. This is a must read by all who have been afflicted by pornography, the “plague of this generation”.
Below you will find an Excerpt from his Donald L. Hilton’s book, “He Restoreth My Soul”
“Most, if not all, families will be affected by pornography. If you are a man, you must first safeguard yourself. If you are secretly involved, hopefully this work will convince you there will never be peace for you until you are healed. If you are free from addiction now, you must still guard yourself against future addiction, as all are vulnerable who are not “sober and vigilant,” as Peter warned.If you are a father, it is essential to understand what your sons will be exposed to and that he will be at serious risk for addiction at some point in his life. If you are a woman please understand that this problem is real and must be confronted head on. You also need to be aware of the profound risk your sons face.”
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2 thoughts on “He Restoreth My Soul”
This book is a very helpful introduction to the problem of addiction to pornography. Hilton, a medical doctor, does an excellent job of explaining the chemical changes in the brain, cased by repeated exposure to addictive things. He concludes that, because of these brain chemistry changes, a person’s willpower is compromised to the degree that finding personal willpower enough to break the addiction just isn’t possible. Help through 12-step groups and trained counselors is necessary.
This was the number 1 most helpful resource for my recovery from porn addiction. His research process that it really is an addiction that causes physical changes in your brain. He explains how recovery is both physical and spiritual, and how willpower alone is not enough. This book helped save my life and I recommend it to everyone.