The main purpose's of this group is to discuss sexual addiction, provide support to each other during your recovery and to provide links to places that provide professional assistance. Codependents of Sexual Addiction COSA is a recovery program for men and women whose lives have been affected by compulsive sexual behavior.
In COSA, we find hope whether or not there is a sexually addicted person currently in our lives. With the humble act of reaching out, we begin the process of recovery. It is a program for our spiritual development, no matter what our religious beliefs. As we meet to share our experience, strength and hope while working the twelve steps, we grow stronger in spirit. We begin to lead our lives more serenely and in deeper fulfillment, little by little, one day at a time. Only in this way can we be of help to others.
Couples should also come to give and receive support in the recovery process. While there are many groups which support either the addict OR the spouse, this group will support the couple that is trying to reestablish the foundation of trust in order to rebuild their marriage. Cyber Sexual Addiction CybersexualAddiction. The site provides a variety of articles, self-tests and Internet links to the cybersex addict and their partners, spouses and family members, helping them to gain insight into online sexual behavior problems.
A self-test is provided for those concerned that they might have a cybersex problem. Also available on the site are book and therapist referrals for those seeking further information and support.
The site is designed and maintained by experts in the sexual addiction and recovery field. SexHelp features the the leading books, videos and audios in the field of sex addiction and recovery. SexHelp offers a sex addiction screening test SAST where you can get a complete sex addiction profile automatically with references to leading therapists in your area. There is also a series of statements which describe traumatic bonding in which a person bonds on the basis of betrayal.
Enough is Enough Enough Is Enough is a national non-partisan, non-profit organization. Our focus is on the Internet, which reaches millions of children in homes, schools, and libraries, and where there are two primary threats: Our mission is to make the Internet safer for children and families. Our approach is a three-pronged solution of shared responsibility between the public, technology and the law. Our mission is to instill hope in you Whether you are the person who is addicted to pornography or the spouse of a pornography addict, positive change is possible.
Fires of Darkness is the ministry of Tom and Mera Buford. It was birthed nearly ten years after Tom overcame addictions to sex, pornography, gambling, and more. Having been to the absolute bottom of the pit that pornography addiction digs for its user, he knows the sense of hopelessness, pain, and fear that the addicted one feels.
Not finding what you're looking for? Try a search on Google! Good News For Sexual Addiction We are a Christian Group of former sex addicts homosexuals, heterosexuals, bisexuals, lesbians, adulterers, fornicators, masturbators, sex offenders, porn addicts, cybersex addicts, and all sexually immoral who have come to terms with our brokenness and our inability to change through our own methods; but, only through the great power of The Father, The Son Jesus Christ and The Holy Spirit, is change made possible in our lives.
We are committed to the Lord Jesus Christ and stand firmly on the belief that He loves all sinners, and that by His Blood that was sacrificed on the Cross at Calvary, our sins were paid for in full.
Through allowing the Lord Jesus Christ to come into our hearts and trusting in Him as our Savior, He will always be with us through all trials and tribulations by providing us a way out.
It is through God's only Son, Jesus Christ, we are all saved. The spouse and partners of sex addicts are also included on this site with telephone counseling, books and videos. Our free newsletters are available on this site as well, one for the sex addict and one for the partner of a sex addict. If someone you know is struggling with sex addiction have them browse our FAQ's to help them establish if they are sex addicted.
Weiss has over 15 years of recovery in addictions as well as eleven years of successful sex addiction recovery with no relapses for eleven years. This personal understanding of sex addiction combined with over a decade of clinical experience successfully treating sex addicts may help you start your journey today.
Institute for Marital and Sexual Therapy Our mission is to provide our clients who are in need of sex therapy with access to a sex therapist's directory on a national basis. In addition, a sex test for diagnosis of sexual problems and sex tapes and sex books for self help are provided.
The use of this site should allow you to begin to solve any sexual problem or sexual dysfunction.