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Creating conversations about pornography.
Quitting leaves you calmer and more relaxed, so our conversations should be too. We can have better conversations when we're
  • Empathetic
  • Open-minded
  • Supportive
  • Non-judgemental
  • Respectful.
My mum says to 'always take the high road', and by all doing that, we can build higher roads together!

Find calmness

It’s always best finding yourself before trying to change the world.
Start spending days outside exploring your local community (as above) and finding hobbies and sport teams.
Here’s some resources for helping.
  • learnstuff.today has things you can learn to make your life better
  • your local council website for events and happenings in your local community
  • mental health resources can be found through online, usually through your government or not-for-profits.


Lets use porn as an example.
Since pornography is so normalised, it can be awkward discussing it.
  • being yourself
  • weaving in personal anecdotes
  • and allowing people to have their own beliefs goes a long way.
Much like anything, there's no 'one size fits all' solution for discussing porn -- it depends on the context of how you're doing it.
What helps is having elation, acceptance and a non-judgemental mindset.
Instead of creating fear or stigma, you want to create a conversation about it.
You might say,
“holy heck, I quit porn recently and I feel so good”
which someone might question with
“were you a porn addict?”
and you might say that you feel there’s no such thing as a casual user, just varying extents of the same problem.
How you discuss a personal issue is up to you!

Impacting local

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