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Other forms of sexual expression outside these boundaries could be construed as a sex addiction. Not surprisingly, all this media attention has filtered down to the average couple.
There are no dues or fees for SA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
SA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. We don’t claim it’s for everybody, but for us, it works.
In SA’s sobriety definition, the term “spouse” refers to one’s partner in a marriage between a man and a woman.
For the unmarried sexaholic, sexual sobriety means freedom from sex of any kind.
The Healing Curriculum This intense program includes small group experiential process and learning experiences.
Activities may include therapeutic role play, presentations, education, 12-step experiences, psychodramatic techniques and self-worth exercises. Responding to requests from both clients and referring therapists, we are offering several sessions of Healthy Sexuality & Intimacy specifically for men.
These sessions are designed to allow participants in same-sex groups the safety and opportunity to explore topics concerning compulsive acting out, distorted body image, fear of sexual self, painful consequences, sexual anorexia, and stereotypical roles for males in regard to healthy sexuality.
What types of issues will be addressed in the Healthy Sexuality & Intimacy Program?
In addition, participants examine the consequences of acting out, relapse triggers and techniques to stay abstinent from sexual acting out. In addition to our primary group experiential therapy model, strategies may also include our unique adventure therapy initiatives, trauma resolution activities, written exercises, support group meetings, mindfulness practice and educational presentations.
Each participant will leave with an extensive aftercare plan which includes recommendations for therapeutic support, 12 Step meetings, techniques and tools to stay abstinent, and an action and accountability plan for follow through after the program. Participants appropriate for this 6 ½ day workshop will be at the stage of admitting that they have a problem with compulsive sexual behaviors, and/or fantasies which have persisted despite efforts to stop.
Once you’ve got your steamy secret off your chest why not take a little time to read and comment on other peoples steamy sex confessions. Your naughty webmistress: I always had a desire to be a hooker, or at least be paid for sex. The thought of being paid to have sex was such a turn on – probably because its taboo or something. And during the last 2 years of college, I probably was paid for sex by close to 50 different guys. I just wanted to live out a fantasy of being a prostitute and letting guys use me.