A married couple in a session the other day mentioned success with Covenant Eyes, a program that emails a spouse and/or other accountability partner about the websites one visits. If you or someone you know is looking for some good accountability measures, especially when it comes to looking at bad stuff on the internet, this is it. It is only like $6 a month and there is a Mac version—I know it is hard to believe, but Mac people also have problems with this sort of thing, too. It can be installed on multiple computers, cross platform.
I am avoiding using the "p"? word, but it seems like all we're taught is to not look at it. That might have been easier before the internet, but now that we have it, we got to do something about it. So, take a look at the Covenant Eyes website. It is my experience that most guys would not argue with having this safety net—they want help, and they want something like this.
I'm sure this will work for more than the dirty picture addiction. In fact, I thought about using it this summer to see just how much Monica went onto the Big Brother website. Of course, then she would also see how much I go to espn.com.
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