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You may be struggling with sexual behaviours that you dislike or you feel are out of your control.
The good news is many have learned to control their behaviour. You can do the same.
You just need the right type of help.
We get it. Talking about sex isn’t always easy—but we’re here to show you it can be done safely.
Below are organizations, people, videos, and books which you may find helpful in your journey towards healing.
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The best thing you can hear while struggling with an addiction is "Me Too" These are places you can be accepted by people like you.
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous focuses on "any sexual or emotional act, no matter what its initial impulse may be, which leads to loss of control over rate, frequency, or duration of its occurrence or recurrence, resulting in spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, and moral destruction of oneself and others."
Sex addiction Therapists
A therapist can help you deal with the struggles and thought patterns behind your behavior. These are just a few of the many you can reach out to.
Dr. Doug Weiss is a world renown Sex Addiction Therapist who operates the Heart to Heart Counseling Center in Colorado Springs, CO. This is his series about getting free from sexual addiction, pornography and even lust from a christian perspective.
Listening To shame
Brene Brown is a world renown shame researcher who outlines in this series of Ted Talks how we can live free of the things that keep bringing us back to our self destructive habits and addictions.
Sex Addiction Therapists
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