Frequently Asked Questions.
If you go to the ask manager and choose end task for x3 watch does it disable it or will it still work and report issues to acountability partners?
If someone shuts it down and disables the software you should receive a message stating that the user has turned X3 Watch off. it will not run now if they have shut it down.
My girl freind and I struggle with pre-maritel sex. We need wisdom on what to do to stop until were married, which is about 8 months to a year away (depending on finaces and schooling). What should we do?
Dude you need to bring other around you into this battle with you. You need accountability and the best accountability is local accountability. Talk to your church I am sure they can get you some type of mentorship.
I have recently decided to get help with a porn addiction that has lasted for over 18 years of my life. I know this takes a lot of hard work and time to overcome with the possibility of back sliding. None the less I am amazed at how well its going so far. My question pertains to my wife of 8 years. She has known about it for years and has a been a great support. She is the one who pushed me in the right direction to talk to the pastor of our church. Recently she was reading on the partners for purity website and got the idea that we should abstain from sex for a period of time to make me rely on God instead of her for my strength to overcome. OUCH! This is after having an amazing breakthrough in our sex life. It feels as if our relationship is going backward with the cold shoulder she’s giving me. I have been reading The Game Plan by Joe Dallas. It has been a great help. In the book he addresses abstinence and says if you don’t have a problem with fantasies while having sex with your wife it should be ok. He also says that if you have had a problem with masturbation that frequent sex would help to overcome. He went so far as to say in this case to have sex even more frequently. I have not said this to my wife but I have talked to her about my concerns regarding this stance. I understand her concerns for my relationship with God which I believe is the biggest plan that Satan has to use pornography in against my life. I could understand if she needed space to heal. But I feel that it is causing remorse and the feeling of control. I have placed all sexual fulfillment into her hands and it hurts to be rejected. I could go on forever but maybe I’ve said enough to get some insight.
The comment about sustaining from sex for a period of time might not just be about you but, also for her too. We as the addicts are not the only one’s who need healing so do our spouses. So maybe this is a chance for her to heal some too. I know that this is what we did at first and it helped myself and my wife. Starving our minds of sexual thoughts and sexual pleasures allows us to reprogram our minds again and clean off our hard drive of crap in our heads. Don’t get me wrong I see were Joe is coming from too and would agree with him on some cases. Everyone has a different tool that they will use in this battle and we just need to be open to trying them for a period of time and not just cave in at the first sign of trouble or unhappiness. I would also recommend that maybe the two of you go and see a counselor in your area as well. Your church can point you in the right direction if you need help with it. Just make sure during this time to keep a very open line of communication with your wife. It is very important and bring all of this too God as well.
Brian of X3