Last week I was on the train from San Diego to Los Angeles and a friend sent me the craziest video about addiction and what it is and I wanted to pay it forward to you. It’s literally a five-minute cartoon explaining how we all have the wrong understanding about what addiction even is, that it’s not chemicals but a cage.
“The opposite of addiction is not sobriety, the opposite of addiction is connection.”
If there’s one thing that I think we’re most excited about as we get ready to open up the My Pilgrimage experience, it’s our small groups online, because if freedom is really possible, it’s only possible together.
Now, that’s not to say “sobriety” isn’t possible, but it is undoubtedly to say that no sobriety will ever come from isolation. Our very nature is inherent with the need to bond to something.
In our increasingly disconnected world, doesn’t it make sense that if we’re not finding satisfaction in one another, we’ll continue to seek it out in something else?
On September 13th, when we make My Pilgrimage available for the first time, we want people to be connected. I want you to know that we deeply value connection.
We’re including 3 full months worth of our My Pilgrimage Small Groups experience.
We’re offering this as part of the experience because we want people who are learning to walk this new path to know that they are not alone, and pornography addiction is often so lonely that it can be hard to believe that is true…but it is.
I’d love it if you joined us on the journey. My Pilgrimage is an experience for men who want to walk this road to redemption together.
Our groups are safe, confidential and specifically designed to provide the kind of connection, encouragement and understanding that we need to see one another through to the end.
To learn more about this experience and to get a taste of what My Pilgrimage is all about watch these 3 FREE videos.
Tired of feeling like freedom from pornography or sex addiction is impossible? That it’s an endless “battle?” Check out MyPilgrimage.com and discover that freedom from addiction is possible and something you can really experience.