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I Watched Porn For Hours Everyday After The Death Of My Dad’; 19-Year-Old Girl Reveals. Photos



A teenager developed an addiction to porn to cope with the grief of losing her dad, but it nearly took over her life. Gracelyn Sorrell, from Chicago, lost her dad in 2013 when she was 14, and started watching x-rated videos as way to come to terms with his loss.

She said: “My dad died the first day of my freshman year of high school. “I basically watched him die slowly over the years.”
Her family travelled to Maryland to be with her dad on his deathbed, while she stayed behind.
But as she struggled to come to terms with her dad’s declining health, she claims she was sexually assaulted by a woman, which brought on feelings of confusion.

Over the next few years Gracelyn, now 19, would watch hours of porn, staying awake into the small hours, fulfilling her addiction through masturbation and binge-watching.
Watching porn on her phone, and she would trawl through various apps and websites to get her fix, which she hid from her family.
She said: “I had my own room and my older sisters and brothers were usually at work. “After everyone went to bed I would turn off the lights and watch videos, sometimes until 3am.”
Gracelyn saw her grades plummet as she survived on virtually no sleep.

She said: “I was watching about four hours of porn every day, one in the afternoon and then three or four hours non-stop at night.

“When I watched the videos it gave me an adrenaline rush. It was like insulin to me, I needed it.
“I was always so tired because I would stay up until the early hours of the morning watching porn. “I was very stressed out.”
Growing up in a Christian household, Gracelyn struggled to deal with her addiction and the feelings of shame it brought.

The turning point for her came in 2016, when she was on a family holiday. She finally confided in her mum Karen, an office worker, who encouraged her to turn to her faith for guidance.

Gracelyn said: “My mum was so supportive and she told me we had to pray about it. “I forced myself to have self control.”
Now a public speaker who gives lectures about addiction, Gracelyn decided enough was enough and deleted apps which might cause her to stray.


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