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Marty, though you bring up some good points, such as why not talk about what's really ailing your marriage rather than the porn (paraphrasing), you're naive about porn not being a problem regardless of what letters are behind your name or what books you've written. While porn is often a symptom of a greater issue--it IS an issue in and of itself. Porn ruins lives. Duh.
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