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محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
محمد العوضي أكثر الناس
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  • 1: The habit of smiling at other people’s faces/2: The habit of calling your mother at a certain time to check upon her/3: The habit of buying Qur’an and putting it on the dashboard
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    • 1. The collective work of Muhammad Hazem Sherif Contemporary pornography addiction: (CPA): a silent epidemic‘’ Pornography robs men of themselves. It robs themof the chance to be the kind of men they know they can be. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 2. Table of contents:1st part1. The secret behind habit creation2. The difference between habits and addictions3. Contemporary pornography addiction4. External factors affecting exposure to sexually explicit material5. Negative consequences of consuming CPA6. Wrong beliefs surrounding CPA about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 3. 1. The secret behind habit creationThe pillars of any given habit Reward Routine Cue about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 4. ‘’ Simply, we discontinue doing what is reward- free such as confiding to parents who do not listen, continue doing what is averagely rewarding such daily habits of tooth-brushing, snacks-eating, and TV-watching and become obsessive about elevated sources of pleasure such as junk food, pornography, medicating relationships, drugs, shopping, etc. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 5. ‘’ Craving is the anticipation of the reward triggered at the presence of the cue. Thepower of the craving rises in proportion to the power of the reward. Thus, the more powerful the reward, the more powerful the cravings. ‘’ (Tooth brushing example) about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 6. 2. The difference between habits and addictions: Habits Addictions: 1: Moderate, negligible cravings 1: Intense, consuming cravings 2: Moderate, normally 2: Powerful, extremely satisfying rewards overwhelming rewards 3: Could be dismissed with 3: Could be dismissed with average efforts strenuous efforts (withdrawal 4: Does not damage or symptoms) intervene with other life 4: Damages and intervenes aspects with other life aspects 5: Mild negative consequences 5: Extreme and life-threatening 6: Change could be easily negative consequences inspired by awareness or 6: Change could be inspired by slight-to-moderate negative personal tragedy or another consequences person’s tragedy. about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 7. Hallmarks of an addiction:(Steve Sussman and Alan N. Sussman/considering the definition of an addiction)o Loss of self-controlo Preoccupation with the behavioro Negative consequenceso Temporary satiation about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 8.  Examples on the power of cravings in addictive behaviors:A. Victor B. Cline’s client (behavioral scientist with publications in the area of the media and pornography effects)B. Marry Anne Layden ( Psychotherapist & Director of the Sexual Trauma & Psychopathology Program at the Center for Cognitive Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania )C. When do people seriously consider quitting? (John’s AA story) about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 9. ‘’ In a 1994 Harvard Study that examined people who had radically changed their lives, researchers found that some people had remade their habits after a personaltragedy such as divorce or a life-threatening illness. Others changed after they saw a friend go through something awful. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 10. 3. Contemporary pornography addiction Q: Has pornography always been addictive? ‘’ Today’s pornography is shocking, violent, and artificial delivered through a medium that allows easily for overconsumption‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 11.  Hallmarks of Contemporary porn1. Fantasy (Distortion of expectations)2. Novelty/limitlessness3. Brutality (The question you asked on your FB page)4. Addictiveness (effect on consumer) about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 12. Q: Why contemporary pornography isaddictive?o Its supercharged natureo Masturbatory conditioning (Ivan Pavlov)o The porn relationship(The ultimate medication for negative emotions) about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 13. ‘’ Imagine if all guys started smoking at age10, and there were no groups that did not,we would think that lung cancer is normal for all guys. ‘’ Therefore, to know if something is damaging, stop it and see if there is a difference about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 14. 4. External factors affecting exposure to sexually explicit material:Based on a research entitled, ‘’ adolescents’exposure to sexually explicit material onthe internet ‘’ conducted by Jochen Peter andPatti M.Valkenburg, University of Amsterdam on745 Dutch adolescents age 13-18 about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 15. ‘’ Adolescents were more likely to beexposed to sexually explicit material online if they were (1) males, (2) were high sensation seekers, (3) were less satisfied with their lives, (4) were more sexuallyinterested, (5) used sexual content in other media more often, (6) had a fast internet connection, and (7) had friends that were predominantly younger. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 16.  Dissatisfaction with one’s life could stem from:1. Stressful environments2. Continuous boredom and lack of stimulation3. Resentment4. Negative self-image about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 17. 5. The negative consequences of CPA:A. Desensitization & numbed pleasure responseB. SensitizationC. Hyperfrontality/limp self-controlD. Unwanted cravingsE. Self-esteem damage and Social anxietyF. Possible PE/erectile dysfunctionG. Physical tiredness or fatigueH. Beliefs distortionI. Impaired life performanceJ. Spiritual impairmentK. Relationships damageL. Financial loss about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 18. 6. Wrong beliefs surrounding CPA Porn is educational It’s temporary/Marriage will end it The wife has to live with that/All men are born this way I am a victim. It is not my fault that I have turned out this way The awesome sex is porn sex It’s the lesser of two evils I need pornography to cope with life about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 19. 2nd part (Healing/the addict’s efforts)‘’ There’s nothing magical that anyone cantell you to reverse the effects in a matter ofdays. It is a journey of acceptance, patience,persistence, and endurance. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 20. 1: The truth about CP2: Accepting reality3:The right mindset (With the help of your partner in recovery)(Believing/remembering the pain/Getting back up)4: Distress tolerance5: Delaying gratification activities6: Simulating & rewarding practices7: Online protection about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 21. 1: The truth behind CPI Awareness www.facebook.com/thepornfantasy www.fightthenewdrug.org www.pornharms.com www.yourbrainonporn.com about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 22.  Healing and recovery• www.feedtherightwolf.org• www.quitpornaddiction.com• www.purifyyourgaze.com about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 23. 2: Accepting reality Surrender‘’ The hardest thing for an addict is to keep remembering that he is an addict. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 24. ‘’ We admitted we were powerless overour addiction - that our lives had becomeunmanageable. ‘’ 1st step/12 steps program about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 25. ‘’ It is not about the number of days you have been free or how much control youthink you have over your behaviors. If your heart is veiled and distanced from your addiction reality, you are not healed. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 26.  Tell someone else about your problem‘’ Admitted to God, to ourselves and toanother human being the exact nature ofour wrongs. ‘’ 5th step/12 steps program about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 27. 3: The right mindset Believing ‘’ Addictions create a mental disability as they indulge us in disbelief about our potentials to get better. ‘’ (Here for a Reason:Yasmeen El-Shawy at TEDxCairo 2012) about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 28. o The A-B-C-D-E model:- Activating event- Belief- Consequence- Dispute- Exercise (ERP Practice) about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 29.  Remembering the pain• Reasons why you want to quit• Daily reminders• Audio clips about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 30.  Getting back up about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 31. 4: Distress tolerance about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 32. 5: Delaying gratification activities‘’ If you feel a strong emotion forcing youto do something, practice postponing thisbehavior for a short period of time. In thisway, youre weakening the ability of youremotional brain to drive your actions. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 33. 6: Simulating and rewarding practices about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 34. 7: Online protectionA. K9 web filterB. NetNannyC. Covenant eyes about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 35. Final point:‘’ The addict is not a morally sick person.He is a person with a powerful problemthat needs help. ‘’ about.me/muhammadhazem
    • 36. about.me/muhammadhazem

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