Updated 9/21/2019

Latest Book News – Updated 9/21

Screen Shot 2019-09-11 at 12.54.52 PMFirst Book New Cover

Good news for both of the books I’ve written. My first book, The Addiction Nobody Talk About, with a brand new chapter is now available on Amazon. Also my second book, co-authored with Tony Overbay, called He’s a Porn Addict…Now What? is now available for pre-sale through my publisher’s website with a sweet discount count. To learn more about these developments, Click Here.


Latest appearances – Updated 9/20

Sept 19th Joshua Shea-The Entrepreneurs LoungeThe Entrepreneurs’ Lounge This is a nice 35-minute interview that touches on many aspects of my story, including a section focusing on how I could be a closeted addict, yet still run a couple of successful businesses, which isn’t talked about in most podcast appearances. The interview starts about an hour into the show. Listen HERE


EmojiCrack_1520610636495Holsworthy Mark Podcast I made my return to the world of podcasts on Sept. 13 after a six-month hiatus to talk about the ins and outs of addiction, how anybody can understand addiction with one simple trick and a bit about the new book. Warning, audio is a bit uneven between host and guest in this UK-based podcast, but it’s still a decent listen if you can get beyond that. Listen HERE


Most recent postings – Updated 9/19

Screen Shot 2019-09-18 at 12.11.15 PMIs Porn Viewing Becoming a Problem? Six Questions to Ask Yourself As a generation of people who never knew a world without the Internet become firmly entrenched in their 21st century jobs, we’re just starting to see fallout from the first couple of decades of having the world at the end of our fingertips. Click Here

Spotlight On Question And AnswerQ&A Time Question: I think I know the answer to this, but want to be sure. I spend a lot of time looking at non-pornographic video clips online that involve naked women, usually from movies, but they are not pornographic. If I’m not looking at pornography, can I really be a porn addict? Click Here


Screen Shot 2019-09-05 at 3.09.11 PMFiguring Out if You’re A Casual or Problem User of Pornography For this article, I’m going to suspend the discussion of whether pornography use in moderation is not unhealthy or if there is any moral component to the decision to utilize pornography. I’ll tackle those issues later on. For now, I simply want to provide a list of questions that people who are wondering if they have an issue with pornography can ask themselves to better understand their situation. Click Here

Check out older articles in the following categories:
Addiction 101                 Recovery           Alarming Statistic of the Month        The World
Stories From Jail         Trivial Ranting of the Month          Endeavors          Full Q&A List

Offering Peer Support Counseling

adult-adventure-baby-532508I am formally providing peer support counseling to people who are dealing with pornography addiction or those who have porn addicts in their lives who are directly affected. Consider it a stopping point between doing nothing and traditional mental health therapy. Click Here for Website


 Radio, TV and Podcast Interviews Complete list HERE

Need a Porn Addiction Expert for your show? Click HERE


      1. Vanilla Ice has a movie?! haha
        I don’t think sales are as important as you having the courage of sharing all of this. But of course, I wish that everything works out!


  1. Thank you for being open about this relevant subject! I, along with my other pastors, was never taught how to address this matter in seminary. Despite the neglect, God showed me how to extend grace to those with this struggle and help restore them to the path God has for them. Someone must speak up, and those who hear must not play the Pharisee.

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  2. I heard you on a podcast and bought your book exactly four months ago now. I finally got through the book (I’m a slow reader but also thought it wise to chew on your story daily.) You may have saved my life. I took your advice and have filed this as a cautionary tale. Read, filed, and there to read again. Many positive actions have been taken in that time span. More to come. Sleep – I must add – has proven to be my biggest ally for positive change in my life over these past few weeks over which the most change has occurred for me.

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  3. You are so welcome. As I read this reply from you to my post, I feel connected to you as not just a writer of a book but as a real person. It brings up emotions of both sadness and joy – for your hardships and your ultimate successes. I am sure much of that emotion is mine as I consider my struggles and several times when I thought my actions were about to bring my whole world down. I have had so many chances to turn it around and I feel that this will be the time when it may actually happen. Thank you again, Mr. Shea.

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  4. Hey dude,

    Thanks for following my blog – I’d try to follow you back but I don’t know how to (just got this thing).

    It’s awesome you’re doing so much for the recovery movement – much respect!

    Peace Y

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