Noah Church has done an outstanding job of distilling and expanding the wisdom generated by the grassroots movement of people who have given up internet porn and discovered enormous hidden potential. […] “Wack” is a masterpiece.
I wrote Wack: Addicted to Internet Porn because I needed a book like it years ago, but no one had written it yet. I had to learn the information contained in Wack the hard way, but in the process I discovered that many, many more people could benefit from a book specifically about Internet porn addiction and recovery.
This is a must-read for any man who grew up using internet porn. You might just find that it has affected your life more than you think, I know I did.
• A scientific exploration of Internet porn’s effects on its users
• An examination of how the rise of porn has influenced our culture
• Dozens of personal accounts of porn addiction and recovery (including my own)
• A complete, 13-step guide for those who would like to quit the porn habit and heal themselves of porn-induced symptoms
• An analysis of how parents must evolve to raise children in a pornified world
Wack is such an easy-to-read and competently composed book that it will doubtless prove an incredibly valuable resource to anyone that picks it up. While many of the ideas discussed here are written about online, it’s rare to find information so accessible and well organised. [“Wack”] doesn’t dance around the issue, or wrap it up in overly elaborate recovery plans. It is a simple, straight, and useful resource for anyone outside of the scientific community who wants to engage with this issue now.
Wack is available for purchase on Kindle and in paperback at Amazon.com. For other e-reader devices, visit Smashwords.com. To subscribe to the Recovery Newsletter and get the free PDF version, click here. I hope you find in Wack the information and inspiration that you are looking for.
Noah B.E. Church
I’ve struggled with porn for a long time, and up until reading your story I had no idea that there was such a large group of people actively approaching this issue. And it was also fascinating as a chemist to connect the dots between porn use and its neurochemical ramifications – I can’t believe that I never put two and two together until reading your book! Anyway, thanks again for the work you put into this; you’ve inspired me to address my own issues, and you’re probably helping out a lot of other people as well! I’m sure it’s going to be tough, but I’m looking forward to putting this behind me and experiencing the benefits of being porn-free. Today marks day one!-Reader testimonial