Counselor, Minister, Friend, Parent, Spouse, Sibling. No matter who you are, there are different roles you can play in supporting those who are trying to change a habit.
If you want to help others overcome porn and other sexual habits, please sign up for the online training course here:
Why Do I Need Training?
Anyone supporting another through recovery should strive to take the role of an encourager. You can acknowledge that change is difficult, but express confidence in the person’s ability to begin again. You can also support their effort to take the necessary steps toward self-mastery. The most important thing to remember is to refrain from judgment; all of us have bad habits we haven’t overcome yet.
Watch this video to get an idea of some of the topics covered in the course:
9 Ways To Be a Supportive Accountability Partner
Read our blog posts for more information on supporting recovery.
1. Set aside time to talk
2. Listen first
3. Work at their speed
4. Praise small progress
5. Ask your friend how you can support them.
6. Plan preventative steps
7. Tap the power of positive motivations
8. Tap the power of negative motivations
9. Know your limits