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The one and only way to kill the roots of pornography addiction!
Last month I made a decision: I would keep up with my flower garden this year. Generally, I just turn over the ground, plant a few things, and then forget about it. This year, I would commit myself to making our garden in the front of our house look nice.
Of course, I started with the weeds. Those little buggers are ‘oh, so pervasive.’ No matter how many times I go out and cut them away, they always come back. It was my neighbor who finally told me my problem.
“You have to get at the root,” he said. “The stem and leaves are just the part you can see, but the real life of the plant is in the roots. Those tiny little ones that are as big as hairs—they make it grow. Kill the roots, and you’ll kill the weed.”
Bishops Not Duped By Obama Misleading ChangesIn answer to the outcry from Christians in America, the administration announced that it would change the mandate concerning contraceptives and abortificient chemicals. That is, they would not force employers to provide them to employees.
Catholic Bishops 'Step To Bat' Against Obama-Care And Conscience Violations
Several weeks ago, many of the bishops throughout the United States sent a letter to their parishoners regarding the new laws concerning contraception becoming a mandatory benefit. Here is a copy of the letter, which was sent to the Cincinnati Archdiosese from Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr (cut and pasted from the The Catholic Telegraph).
The question comes up often-sadly, more often than the question, "How do I break my own porn addiction?" The simple fact is, it's a lot easier to help someone who wants to be helped. If your husband is addicted and unwilling to admit it, then your chances of helping him are pretty small. If he wants help, on the other hand, your chances (and the support you can give him) jump drastically. So let's go through a couple of different scenarios.