“We are sex addicts. Our addiction nearly destroyed our lives, but we found freedom through the recovery program of Sex Addicts Anonymous. In the fellowship of SAA, we discovered that we are not alone and that meeting regularly together to share experience, strength, and hope gives us the choice to live a new life.
Our addictive sexual behavior was causing pain—to ourselves, our friends, and our loved ones. Our lives were out of control. We may have wanted to quit, making promises and many attempts to stop, yet we repeatedly failed to do so. For each of us, there came a moment of crisis. When we finally reached out for help, we found recovery through the program of SAA.” (Sex Addicts Anonymous)
Above all, we know it is not easy to make that first call asking for help. However we also know that the experience of those who called has been one where they felt welcomed and accepted. Finally, the rooms are a place where we move away from judgement and focus on taking actions to help those looking to stop additive sexual behaviors.
During the many years we created a list of questions frequently asked and we look to answer them to help you be as informed as you are interested in. Most importantly, we are here to help and we keep the conversations, anonymous and confidential.