Below is a link to a website on dealing with pornography addiction.
Aside from having the proper attitude in this struggle – as discussed above, the most obvious practical step to conquering lust addiction is learning to guard our eyes. This is the cornerstone of breaking free, and it’s obvious why: We can’t lust for that which we don’t see. When we guard our eyes, it’s like we are avoiding the wrestling rink where the mighty Yetzer Hara is waiting to beat us up. If we simply don’t enter the rink, he can’t touch us!
Above is a link to a pdf handbook offered by the guard your eyes group.
After a heroic 88 days clean, “Letakein” had a small fall, after which she posted the following heartfelt poem:
I huddled in my jacket
As the wind began to blow
I felt the leaves crunch underfoot
So dead, so lost, so low
I watched as more leaves fell
And they tumbled to the ground
The people would all step on them
Their loss would then resound
Yellow brown and orange
holding tightly to the tree
knowing if they fell off
that there their end would be
The leaves are broken now
And they won’t be whole once more
Instead they’re being buried
Deep inside the earthly …
End Note: There are a variety of strategies of dealing with pornography addiction. One person I know said he managed to break his pornography addiction by watching so much of it that he eventually because desensitized to it and that he no longer becomes sexually aroused by scantily clad women or pornography.