Because of the world we live in, we can't keep our head in a bucket when it comes to being aware of the trials and tribulations that come from addiction. The author does an excellent job in explaining the physical changes that occur in the brain when a person is addicted. He then goes on to help the reader understand very clearly what is involved in the addiction process and how to overcome this great challenge. Even though pornography is specifically cited, the author helps the reader to understand that other addictions affect a person's life in a challenging way, too. Pornography just happens to be the addiction that is the hardest to overcome.
This book is filled with hope and a great spirit of peace. I am glad to be informed and recommend it most sincerely to everyone - whether a parent, grand parent, sibling, friend or fellow human being. These are challenging days we live in. We all need help along the way. We can only help one another when we are informed. Knowledge is power.