A new voice - Eli Nash @ TEDx

Discussion in 'Pornography Addiction' started by doanl, Jun 25, 2019.

  1. doanl

    doanl Member

    This video is 24h old, so I think most people had not the possibility to notice, especially with Youtube being such a shithole regarding such an argument.
    Apart from these lines, everything is ripped off by the Youtube description.

    Sharing our hardships moves us through shame and into healing.
    Eli Nash is the CEO of JEG & Sons Inc. and the Co-Founder of MicDrop. Eli founded JEG & Sons in 2006 to bring no contract and unlocked phones to US e-tailers and retailers. Under his guidance, JEG grew from a startup to over $200M in revenue, servicing retail giants such as Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, Target and many others.

    In addition to his business accomplishments, Eli has taken active role in the non-profit world - sitting on the Board of Lamplighters Yeshivah (a Jewish Day school), JCW (a leading organization in the fight against child sexual abuse) and in an advisory role with Urban Promise Miami (an after-school program servicing little Havana).

    As Eli held the details of his own abuse secret for many years, he is now passionate about empowering others to speak up and to use their voice to be an agent of change in their communities. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

    Escaping Porn Addiction | Eli Nash | TEDxFortWayne
     
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  2. aLadInsane

    aLadInsane New Member

    Thanks a lot dude, this is awesome stuff. I came here after a long period of extremely frequent porn use after I quit nofap about a year ago after more than two years of failing. I now have a better understansing of who I am a how I work but I still think I need quite some help and temporarily can't undergo therapy until I'm 18 for a stupid legal problem, so since I don't really trust nobody enough YET to talk about this comfortably, I thought about here as a good place to help myself, since it's a very healthy community unlike nofap which is now basically a caricature of itself. It seems like it was written that I would try to get myself back together just at this time to find this. This is something everybody should see, porn addicts, and non. It's what everybody struggling was missing.
     

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