Still got porn on the brain?

656024_pants_down_v2It is always interesting to watch the stats for the PRUK site and see how things trending in society affect the number of hits we have to the site.

Last night’s Channel 4 documentary Porn on the Brain (for which our own psychotherapist and counsellor Duncan E. Stafford was a consultant www.counsellingincambridge.co.uk) is just such a catalyst. After months in which people have been feeling fearful to talk about porn openly due to the whole conflation of porn and pedophilia that was sweeping the nation during the summer, it was good to see a national broadcaster push at the edges of what the darker sides of porn can bring.

Here at PRUK despite the difficulties pornography throws up for many members of society, a conscious decision has been made not to judge pornography, cybersex or other related activities, or those who use them. The blog does not take a political stance, and is not faith based, since it is hoped that it will then help and appeal to the widest audience possible for a site of this nature.

Anyone who is worried about their habits around porn should know that there is help out there in the form of psychotherapy, counselling and sites like our own.

To find help with your issues look at these websites:

http://www.itsgoodtotalk.org.uk/therapists/

http://www.counsellingincambridge.co.uk/

http://members.psychotherapy.org.uk/find-a-therapist/

http://www.relationship-therapy-cambridge.co.uk/

Therapist Listing

http://atsac.co.uk/help.html

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