Accountability partner

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An accountability partner is a person who coaches another person in terms of helping the other person keep a commitment.[1][2] The term is a neologism and has gained relatively wide use since the 1990s.[3] The term is often used by Christians where the accountability partner helps a person adhere to a moral commitment, such as refraining from viewing a pornographic internet site. [4] It was originally used in connection with weight loss programs in the 1960s.

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  1. ^ Accountability Partner for Porn addicts at abattleplan.com
  2. ^ I want to save but don't have enough money at Inquirer.net. This is regarding having a savings plan.
  3. ^ Google News Timeline for “accountability partner”
  4. ^ Surf Your Values, Christianity Today