Sex adicts chat
Even the most genetically vulnerable person will function well without ever being exposed to, or provoked by, these addictive activities. Like eating, having sex is necessary for human survival.
Although some people are celibate — some not by choice, while others choose celibacy for cultural or religious reasons — healthy humans have a strong desire for sex.
This needs [...]I received this story yesterday from a woman who desperately needs support and advice.
I am hoping some of you will chime in with responses. I returned [...]I received the following e-mail from a concerned partner.
We learned through the SAA Fellowship that we were not hopelessly defective.
The basic principles of recovery practiced by SAA are found in the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Although we are not affiliated with AA or with any other organization or agency, we are, indeed, grateful for permission to modify and apply the Steps and Traditions to sex addiction, making recovery possible for us.
This video series for partners of sex addicts outlines some of the most important, and very first things that a partner should consider after discovering that the person they are in an intimate relationship with may be a sex addict.
Sex addicts do not necessarily become sex offenders. Roughly 55 percent of convicted sex offenders can be considered sex addicts.
I hope that writing it and seeing it in black and white will help [...]I received this heartbreaking story in my e-mail today.
It is the classic example of how Partners are scammed and abused not only by their SAs, but by the therapeutic community as well.
More of these individuals and their partners are seeking help.
The same compulsive behavior that characterizes other addictions also is typical of sex addiction.