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Pornography Addiction Test - gage your level of addiction…




1. Looking at pornography is starting to create some issues in my life
(interfering with school, work, relationships, chores, plans, free time, etc).
Yes

2. I worry that looking at pornography is becoming an compulsive (addictive, hard to control) thing for me.
Yes

3. Even though I try hard NOT to think about pornography, I still fantasize about looking at it.
Yes

4. I’m starting to spend time and energy fighting off thoughts of pornography and the desire to look it.
Yes

5. I’m beginning to wonder why I’m thinking so much about pornography.
Yes

6. I’m surprised at my level of involvement with pornography.
Yes

7. I am looking at (have looked at) more hard-core types of pornography.
Yes

8. I’m spending more time fantasizing about pornography, sex or sexual things.
Yes

9. I’m spending more time fighting off strong urges and desires to look at pornography.
Yes

10. When I’m trying to stop using pornography, I’m starting to notice (or others are noticing)
an increase in withdrawal symptoms (restlessness, irritability, insomnia, etc.).
Yes

11. I’ve tried to cut back or stop, but I can only go a couple of weeks without giving in.
Yes

12. I’m beginning to wonder why it's so hard to stop.
Yes

13. I’m spending a lot of time each week thinking about pornography.
Yes

14. I’m viewing (or starting to view) types of pornography that are darker. OR
I’m viewing (or starting to view) types of pornography I would have been uncomfortable with in the past.
Yes

15. I’m not feeling comfortable with types of pornography I’m viewing and/or would not incorporate them into my own sex life.
Yes

16. I have tried to quit on many occasions and I’m starting to feel it’s hopeless.
Yes

17. I have lied to cover up my pornography use.
Yes

18. I'm paying to download or watch online pornography.
Yes

19. I spend a significant amount of time each day thinking about pornography
and sexual things and/or viewing pornography.
Yes

20. I feel that initially, pornography was for excitement and entertainment.
However, over time, pornography has become more and more obsessive.
Yes

21. I have a collection of pornography (videos, magazines, DVD's etc.) and
have been caught using pornography on one or more occasions.
Yes

22. No matter what I do to stop looking at pornography I fail
and I'm starting to realize I can’t stop on my own.
Yes

23. I have experienced some sort of ‘loss’ due to my use of pornography.
(loss of a job, friend(s), spouse, partner, lover, belief in God, self-respect, etc.)
Yes

24. I have started to act out sexually. (voyeurism, explicit conversations, chat rooms, strip clubs, erotic massage parlours,
prostitutes, emotional affairs, sexual affairs, masturbating in my car or in public etc).
Yes

25. I have images from sex scenes I can't get out of my head.
Yes

26. When having sex with a real live person, I
  • am not a hard as I used to be;
  • am or may have difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection;
  • am or may have difficulty achieving a climax - I go a lot longer than I used to.;
  • replay pornographic scenes in my mind to help me perform better, or get there quicker; or
  • fantasize about sex acts I have seen and would like to do with my partner, but feel he/she would not be willing.
Yes

27. At times, I feel hopeless, sad or depressed and have contemplated suicide or wished I wasn't here.
Yes

(1-6) Any "Yes" answer indicates the start of issues with pornography.

(7- 12) Any "Yes" answer indicates a problem with pornography to a level where
you should consider professional counselling.

(13-17) Any "Yes" answer indicates a problem with pornography to a level where
you should seek professional counselling.

(18-26) Any "Yes" answer indicates a serious and growing issue with pornography where
professional counselling is strongly encouraged.

(27) Answering "Yes" to #27 indicates that you should seek immediate help.
Immediate help for suicidal thoughts can be found by calling 911, your local crisis line (705-728-5044 for Simcoe County),
or by going to your local hospital emergency.














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