You’re probably wondering what to do if/when you find out your friend looked at pornography.
When a bad report comes it’s simple.
Contact your friend and ask, “What happened?”
“Ask questions and offer support.
Do it without attack.
Be bold, be gentle and be honest.
Seek to understand… be prepared to listen.”
– Tess Marshall, psychologist and author.
This step is short on purpose because it is so important.
It may be uncomfortable, but this is what your friend needs you for.
If you find your friend has looked at pornography, then take a deep breath and contact them now.
Next: Justification sounds like….
This is a 7-part mini-series on how to help your friend stay away from pornography.
Part 1: Why Do People Look at Pornography?
Part 2: Your Role as an Accountability Partner
Part 3: What Should I Do If I Discover That My Friend Looked At Pornography?
Part 4: Justification Sounds Like…
Part 5: What is a Trigger?
Part 6: The Long-Term Change Process
Part 7: In Case You Need More Help