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SteveDecember 31, 2015

Is there a transcript of this presentation available? Many of the points raised and solutions provided have application in my Ward.

TONY ARKELLDecember 11, 2015

I was a dealer in this stuff in the sixties and seventies in London.I am now 76 years old and sometimes in unguarded moments some of the images come back to haunt me. I have been a member since 1974 I have held responsible callings in the church,I have also done a mission at the London Temple.yet there is always that moment when I can be caught.It is not pleasant. I dont care how much a person tries to put these things behind them the memories are implanted and will always be there. If anyone who reads this is tempted, take my word, DONT ! ! It will haunt you for the rest of your life

BrianDecember 11, 2015

Pornography is one of the plagues of our time and a fulfillment of the prophecy that the love of many will wax cold. Those trapped by it can feel that it is impossible to overcome but there are solutions and help. For those searching for help, the book Power Over Pornography offers a new approach that seems easier to implement, works, and has less relapse than other programs. May be worth a look.

herm olsenDecember 11, 2015

Fight The New Drug and it's affiliate Fortify are great resources in the battle. Fight the New Drug is an international awareness campaign based out of SLC, and Fortify is a self-help program to assist those who are too timid or frightened to go to professional counseling. Thanks for your efforts to combat this difficult social and moral problem. Herm

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