Families struggling with the effects of pornography can cause children to become confused from the lies, hiding, fear and disconnected relationships. Tara Croshaw McCausland joins her parents, Steven and Rhyll Croshaw, to give an honest and hopeful view about growing up in a family where pornography and sexual addiction were present but well-hidden.

This session was part of the Utah Coalition Against Pornography Conference in Salt Lake City on April 18, 2015.

Steven and Rhyll Croshaw are founders of S.A. Lifeline Foundation, a nonprofit providing hope, education, and resources related to pornography and sexual addiction recovery and betrayal trauma healing. S.A. Lifeline published “He Restoreth My Soul”, “Understanding Pornography and Sexual Addiction”, “Protecting Families” and “What Can I Do About Me?”  Steven and Rhyll are frequent speakers at events across the nation. They offer their personal, firsthand learning experiences, which have refined their shared recovery. Steven & Rhyll have been married for 42 years and are grateful to be working recovery one day at a time.

Tara McCausland holds a BS in Family, Consumer, Human Development from Utah State University. She has worked with at-risk youth and adults as an Especially for Youth Counselor, a life skills instructor at Amelia Earhart Elementary, a Utah Youth Village Families First Specialist, and a life coach. As the daughter of a recovering sex addict, she shares her story of hope and healing. Tara resides in St. George with her husband and 3 fiery little boys.