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Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability released its annual report on pornography statistics and the numbers are eye-opening.

Since the start of 2014, there have been over one billion searches for pornography. These searches are no longer just happening on a computer or laptop. One in five searches for pornography is from a mobile device and mobile adult subscriptions are expected to reach $1 billion by 2015.

The porn industry is huge, generating $13 billion of revenue every year, with Internet porn bringing in $3 billion. 69% of pay-per-view Internet content is pornographic. However, porn revenue has been cut in half since 2007 because of how much free porn is online.

I’m happy to share the news that Covenant Eyes, Inc. made position 3674 on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list , showing an 85% growth in revenue over the past 3 years.

What’s even better is that this is our 6th time on the Inc. 5000 since 2010. A one-time listing might be a fluke, but 6 times in 7 years shows a strong pattern of business performance.

While I don’t often write about work on my blog, I’m happy to share the news that Covenant Eyes made the Inc. 5000 list again this year , now having made it 5 times since 2010.

As I look back on almost seven years of treating wives of sex addicts I can only think of one who said her husband didn’t have serious issues with anger. Women share stories of their husbands cursing at the lawn mower in the front yard, throwing parts to an entertainment center they’re trying to put together across the room, holes in the wall, road rage, and unfortunately their husbands lashing out at them or their kids for things like spilled milk.

What is this relationship with sex addiction and anger all about? First of all, most sex addicts had some kind of abuse (sexual, verbal, emotional, neglect, etc.) in their childhood. This abuse is usually something they have not worked through in therapy. There is often resentment towards parents, older siblings, other abusers, or even themselves for the things that happened during childhood. In our society anger is usually the only emotion men can express without a fear of looking weak. So the pain they feel because of their childhood abuse or trauma often comes out as rage.

If we look at the core beliefs of a sex addict we see even more reasons for them to be angry. A sex addict believes he is an unworthy and unlovable person. He usually learned at a young age that he can depend on no one but himself. An exception to this is the addict with a doting parent (usually mother) who learned that he must be incapable of taking care of himself since she does everything for him…reinforcing the feelings of being unworthy. This kind of self-loathing once again is exhibited as displaced anger, usually directed toward wife, kids, or intimate objects.

Registering will allow you to sync up the companies you are following with your phone & desktop AND allow you to update company data and take surveys on Owler.com.

Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability released its annual report on pornography statistics and the numbers are eye-opening.

Since the start of 2014, there have been over one billion searches for pornography. These searches are no longer just happening on a computer or laptop. One in five searches for pornography is from a mobile device and mobile adult subscriptions are expected to reach $1 billion by 2015.

The porn industry is huge, generating $13 billion of revenue every year, with Internet porn bringing in $3 billion. 69% of pay-per-view Internet content is pornographic. However, porn revenue has been cut in half since 2007 because of how much free porn is online.

I’m happy to share the news that Covenant Eyes, Inc. made position 3674 on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list , showing an 85% growth in revenue over the past 3 years.

What’s even better is that this is our 6th time on the Inc. 5000 since 2010. A one-time listing might be a fluke, but 6 times in 7 years shows a strong pattern of business performance.

While I don’t often write about work on my blog, I’m happy to share the news that Covenant Eyes made the Inc. 5000 list again this year , now having made it 5 times since 2010.

Registering will allow you to sync up the companies you are following with your phone & desktop AND allow you to update company data and take surveys on Owler.com.

Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability released its annual report on pornography statistics and the numbers are eye-opening.

Since the start of 2014, there have been over one billion searches for pornography. These searches are no longer just happening on a computer or laptop. One in five searches for pornography is from a mobile device and mobile adult subscriptions are expected to reach $1 billion by 2015.

The porn industry is huge, generating $13 billion of revenue every year, with Internet porn bringing in $3 billion. 69% of pay-per-view Internet content is pornographic. However, porn revenue has been cut in half since 2007 because of how much free porn is online.

Why is my husband so angry? Simply put, shame. - Covenant Eyes


Internet Accountability and Filtering | Covenant Eyes

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