The Mormon Church believes that victims of rape and other sexual abuse are not in any way guilty; rather they need our love and support to overcome the effects of the abuse.
Mormons are commanded by God to control all their passions and appetites within their proper boundaries. Bodily appetites and lusts can lead to addiction and keep us from God’s spirit.
After a divorce, a Priesthood holder might receive restrictions in the Mormon Church based on the nature of his actions which resulted in divorce. In Mormonism, denying the Holy Ghost, murder in the first degree, and some cases of adultery are considered “sins unto death.”
To help your husband overcome a pornography addiction stay faithful yourself, support your husband’s good activites, and refuse to allow pornography in you home.
People under the age of eight and the mentally incompetent are not held accountable at the judgment bar of God. All others are solely responsible for their actions, including suicide.
Mormonism teaches that a parent whose child has a pornography problem must show endless love and set strict rules to show that no evil is tolerated in the home.