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Looking at porn isn't about arousal—it's a compulsion, Josh says.

Now that he's stopped looking at pornographic websites, Josh's body is suffering from withdrawal symptoms. For the past two weeks, Josh says he's been getting headaches and feeling irritable and anxious. "You wouldn't expect this because, you think, 'It's material that you choose to look at,'" he says. "But, I mean, drugs are things that you choose to take."

Rebecca thinks her husband's addiction was an attempt to fill a void in his life. "He found a sense of peace and a sense that everything was okay when he was by himself in front of that computer," she says. "He didn't have to deal with the outside world."
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Published on November 30, 2005

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