Customer testimonials and reviews
Here is a selection of positive feedback from customers and reviewers of the Porn Game Over recovery guide:
“I’m determined to get free of this habit, and Porn Game Over is the best £8.99 I’ve ever spent.” – G.B.
“Hello Jason, I have recently discovered my husband’s addiction, 2 weeks ago. We bought your book and it has proved a life saver at this early stage as it has given us hope. My husband is seeking help and advice from our doctor and is now taking time to read the book.” – M.
“Porn Game Over is written with a positive, engaging and non-secular viewpoint. Most importantly it gives manageable steps and clear direction how to begin the path to recovery. Will your addict be responsive to these steps when guided by an ex-addict? PAH predicts they will. PAH highly recommends the Porn Game Over recovery guide.” – PornAddictHubby.com
“I read your guide with great interest (so much of it applied directly to me). My habit continued for some time, but I started to see what I was doing in a different light. Your words helped me make sense of all this and for the first time in a very long while, I started to see the patterns that were keeping me locked down in addiction. I’ve left this crappy habit behind, and I have you to thank for that.” – T.B.
“Refreshingly frank, no bible-bashing and emotionally uplifting. An important read for porn addicts and their wives.” – J.
“I probably wouldn’t have come across Porn Game Over if my fiancee hadn’t bought it one weekend, but I have to say I’m really glad she did. I’ve never trusted self-help stuff, but the explanations of porn addiction really made sense to me. It gave both of us the pointers to do something about the problem, instead of fighting over it. You are doing great work.” – B.M.
“I too listened to the [BBC radio interview] and I’m so pleased that I did… along you came and basically described my life – hours lost numbly sitting in front of the computer in a haze, then the inevitable guilt and hard drive clean up and attempts to justify it. So, I downloaded your book, read it in one day and haven’t looked at porn since…
What I thought was particularly great about both the radio interview and the book was the lack of moralising. Those of us who are addicted to porn know that we have enough guilt to deal with anyway and being told that we are ‘bad’ or ‘dirty’ will, in my opinion, only drive us back into the clutches of our addiction. No, the positive, honest, open approach was what struck me the most and I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am that I was listening that morning.” – P.L.