Sex/porn addiction - is it real?

Some people believe sex addiction is, "Just an excuse to cheat." However, the World Health Organization recognizes Sex Addiction as a diagnosable disorder. Data shows sex addiction, like alcoholism,  is a compulsive behavior and unhealthy coping strategy rooted in trauma.

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12-step support groups 

Recovery support groups like Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are an essential part of managing addiction. Studies show people who combine individual therapy with regular support group programs have a much greater chance of long-term recovery. All are based on the 12-steps and 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

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Faith-based support groups

Some people work a faith-based support program. Celebrate Recovery and Sexaholics Anonymous (SA) are two local options.

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Support for families of drug/alcohol addiction

Loved ones of addicts are often angry, confused, feel betrayed, desperate and traumatized. They need support too. You may not be "the one with the addiction," but you are part of the equation. I encourage you to get support.

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Information about sex/porn addiction

Whether you're just curious or in crisis,  Dr. Robert Weiss, CSAT lists excellent resources  to understand sex/porn addiction.

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Information and support for spouses and families of sex addicts

Discovering your spouse’s infidelity is traumatic, often accompanied by feelings of anger, grief, and betrayal. It is often a time of confusion and crisis, especially if your spouse insists you are overreacting. As a partner, you will need support and information for yourself as you work through the confusion, despair and shock. 

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Information for any other addictions

Dr. Robert Weiss, CSAT provides a thorough list for information about internet/gaming, gambling, food, shopping, work, exercise addictions and compulsive spending.

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