The Drug of the New Millennium

The Drug of the New Millennium

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by Mark B. Kastleman
     
 

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The latest brain research and clinical studies clearly show that pornography radically alters the human brain and dramatically impacts attitudes and behaviors in children, teens and adults. Pornography is rapidly destroying the most precious foundation of our society - the family! Now, via the Internet, and accessed by computers, cell phones and even video gaming

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The latest brain research and clinical studies clearly show that pornography radically alters the human brain and dramatically impacts attitudes and behaviors in children, teens and adults. Pornography is rapidly destroying the most precious foundation of our society - the family! Now, via the Internet, and accessed by computers, cell phones and even video gaming systems, every variety of pornography is instantly available to anyone, regardless of age or gender. Parents, spouses, educators and religious leaders must learn how to protect themselves and their families from this brain-altering "super-drug." After 10 years of testing and proving with more than 10,000 families, nationally renowned author and researcher Mark Kastleman reveals the 3 Power Principles that are guaranteed to protect your family from this devastating plague. This remarkable guidebook is one that you cannot afford to be without!

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ISBN-13:
9780967776408
Publisher:
PowerThink Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
10/10/2007
Pages:
225
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.60(d)

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The Drug of the New Millennium 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
mhmilch54 More than 1 year ago
Stress can be self-destructive and/or lead to stronger, more flexible and adaptive strategies for meeting life's challenges. There's no gain without painful, self-observing and self-reflective struggle in order to develop one's emotional muscles. It's no different than what it takes for an athlete to increase his capacity to do effective work on the athletic field. Addictions of all kinds destroy our abilities to grow and make positive adaptations to stress. To take it one step further, addictions can significantly impair our abilities to care for ourselves and others. Mark Kastleman has written an eye opening, fascinating, and indispensable expose into the world of activity addictions, specifically internet pornography. Mr. Kastleman sounds the alarm for a potential epidemic much more pervasive and equally as destructive as heroin or cocaine. The author provides a clear an incisive primer on how degrading sexual images can turn the human brain into a pharmacy of addictive chemicals which can annihilate respect and consideration for ourselves and others. He offers scientific evidence to explain how the neuro chemical effects of internet porn can lead us to abandon our concerns for everything that previously mattered to us as we tumble down the dark funnel-like abyss of addiction to internet porn. This book is a must read for clinicians, teachers, parents, coaches and everyone else in the community mindful of the health and welfare of our children.