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Know who you are."

George Collins, Counselor

Director of Neulia Compulsion Solutions
Author of best selling porn addiction book


George convinced me that my behavior was never the "real me", it was my "false self". A coping strategy for deep rooted pain. I learned to stop, to forgive myself, and to love myself. To see myself for who I really am. My family and I are forever grateful. Thank You.

Pete, Toronto, Canada

I'm getting way more than I expected... No lie, it took me about two and a half, three weeks after being in a group to get it together. Looked in the mirror shaving after work one day and thought, what in the world am I doing to myself?


After struggling with a porn obsession for my entire adult life I was on the brink of losing my 20 year marriage when I came to see George. Once the layers of my addiction were exposed I learned to have a totally fulfilling relationship with my wife. Thank you for everything.


Offering Help For Sex & Porn Addicts

Neulia (by Compulsion Solutions) is a leader in the sex recovery industry. Founder George Collins is recognized and acknowledged as a top leading expert on sexually compulsive behavior and has participated in national and international radio and television shows, forums, and special panels. George has a best-selling book on sex and porn addiction on Amazon.

We know what you’re going through. We’ve been where you are, and we know how to stop it.

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Breaking the Cycle

Free Yourself from Sex Addiction, Porn Obsession and Shame by George Collins. Get a free chapter of ‘Breaking the Cycle” today!

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A Couple’s Guide to Sexual Addiction

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