Candeo Review

Watch Candeo’s free video Mini Course on the Brain Science of Pornography Addiction and take a assessment to see if you’re have an addiction

Hey there! I’m Joseph Ryan and I’ve been addicted to pornography for many years now. I find that I keep going back to it over and over again. I’ve had better stretches and worse ones, but I guess I had just resigned myself to never getting past it, even though I really wanted to. A while ago I had a friend tell me a recovery program that could help me stop looking at porn. Candeo Can was the name of it. I checked it out and had real hope for the first time.

Before buying the service I took the chance to listen the free podcasts they offer. I also signed up for Candeo’s free mini email course. Both were extremely valuable and made sense to me. I was frustrated and preferred finding something free, but knew that I needed to get help ASAP or I’d go insane! From the free stuff they offer I felt like there were some valuable skills I could learn to become free from the grips of pornography in my life.

After listening to the free audio podcasts and discussing my addiction with my girlfriend I purchased a membership to the Candeo training materials, addiction recovery course and tools that are now helping me to see the joy in life instead of being filled with darkness and despair.

What is the Candeo Program?

The Candeo Program is a 10 Level, internet-based pornography, masturbation & sexual addiction recovery program. Many people enter it because they are addicted to pornography. However, pornography is so often accompanied by some form of self-stimulation (masturbation) and often escalates to other sexual addictions that the program addresses those topics as well.

There are resources for both men and women, for spouses of the addicted, for friends, parents and leaders.

Here is an overview of program.

How does the Candeo program work? Does it work?

The video above describes much, but membership to the Candeo Program gives you access to a coach to whom you can ask questions, share your concerns and get some great positive feedback on your progress. You can also choose to have two support people who can access the program as well, see your progress and learn how to be a better support in your recovery. There is a journal section. Your support people will not be able to see this, your conversations with your coach or any other things you write.

Assuming you participate fully in the program, the price is much more reasonable than seeing a therapist. I can’t say whether one is better than the other in a given situation, but the tools, education and exercises have been invaluable helps to me. Personally, I don’t use this program in isolation. I use Candeo, follow a special 12 step program, read up on addiction, ADD and make sure to get exercise, etc.

You talk a lot about God in your Freedom Journal. Is Candeo a religious program?

One of the things that attracted me to the program was that when I first sought help to treat my addiction I was referred to Randy Hyde, one of the creators of the Candeo program. Only pieces of the program existed back then. To date I’ve seen many therapists and been in several groups, but Randy has been the only one to unashamedly speak of the prominence of God’s role in the healing process instead of hiding him behind the latest therapeutic method. God is an essential part to him as he is to myself and most that find their way out of all sorts of addictions.

That said, one thing that I’ve found extremely helpful in the program is their attention to the latest research in brain science. The explanations they give are not based on some theory, but rather on clinical interactions and successes with thousands of patients. The techniques are very powerful in helping one change their very nature. I have great hope!

So, while there are times when the program talks about God, it doesn’t leave out all the wisdom he’s given to man to help with this insidious problem either. A good mixture I felt.

Last words about porn addiction & Candeo.

Porn is powerful. It’s been called an “erototoxin” and we now know it is as addicting any drug because of the chemicals it releases in the brain. It mimics healthy sexual relations, but delivers none of the benefits thereof. Many these days are getting involved and then finding that they can’t stop. Well, I’m here to tell you, you CAN stop.

There is no getting better without effort. If you’ve given effort before only to fall down flat and give up, I suggest you get up and try again. The Candeo program DOES cost money, but it DOES work too. When considering the price, simply compare it to seeing a psychologist at $40-$100+ per visit, or to checking into a treatment center for a couple grand. If you feel like you’re locked inside a 10 foot steel safe and you can’t get out, but are really ready to do whatever it takes, give the Candeo Addiction Recovery Program a try. If you are sincere and can commit to daily practice/learning (everyone can do this at some level) Candeo has the code to the vault that is holding you captive to your thoughts and behaviors.

Watch Candeo’s free video Mini Course on the Brain Science of Pornography Addiction and take a assessment to see if you have an addiction

10 comments

  1. SteveD says:

    Not everyone believes in god though. Do they gain nothing from this programme?

    • Joseph says:

      Indeed they do Steve. This program incorporates spirituality, but also focuses on practical steps to escape from an addiction. It addresses motives, self awareness and practice to help you undo what you’ve done. Thanks for the question. It’s a good one. The program doesn’t exclude those who have different beliefs. It’s pretty comprehensive and inclusive.

  2. Tony says:

    The key to programs like Candeo and http://www.Curethecraving.com working is that it helps you develop new habits over time. This is a chemical addiction in the brain, and the only way it will change is by re-wiring how your brain responds to behaviors.
    If you really want to get over this, the focus should be on new habits. You have to learn to cope with stress, loneliness, hunger, anger and other negative emotions in new ways. As these new tools become your habits, there is less need for the old escape.

  3. RAMPout.com says:

    Yes! Overcoming the addiction to pornography is less about the pornography and more about healing the brain!

    Heal the brain and be free!

  4. IndianAnonymous says:

    Can this program help a 14 year old? Or is it only for adults?

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