I decided to maximize my times and efforts by putting together the Sexual Recovery Project. You can go immediately to our store to check them out by clicking here.Session 1: Getting Started - This coaching session will get you started in your recovery journey. Learn the difference between "getting control" of the addiction vs. What is sexual addiction and what is it doing to me? Techniques to help you gently get out of denial and see the whole picture.We discuss the personality characteristics and defense mechanisms of any addiction and how they affect relationships.
The losses can be astounding--a marriage, a family, a job, and self dignity.
We might also just think that we have a higher sex drive than others and this is still normal.
You might be thinking, "it is hard to imagine that there is anything better." (for sexaholics, some research indicates that you might process dopamine differently that other people do and that your experience of sex might be different as well.) Most people understand that sexuality is a very powerful force.
When one has had a hard time keeping up in life, it is easy to use one's sexuality, or rather misuse it to feel better.
Click here to order Session 2: Relapse and Recovery - This coaching session with Erik will deal with slips and relapses in a compassionate way to help you learn how to get sober. Learn from your last relapse and gain wisdom from it.
Identify what your triggers are and 3 questions to ask yourself that will prevent another slip.
For recovery to be successfully, understanding, developing and putting into practice the plan will give you the greatest chance of sobriety. We may not express this openly or even have thought about this--but this is how we feel.
Not only will it help you get sober, it will help you stay sober from lust. We may have a lot of friends, but on the inside we think that we are fooling others and that given time, they will found out how "bad" we are an we will be rejected.
But what if you can't afford therapy right now or are unable to take time off from work?
The travel alone adds more time away from your day.
One has to see past the addiction, to what one can become.