Why go to meetings.
If you believe you are a sex addict or that you might be one you can attend to any of our meetings.
“Over the years, our groups have developed different formats and customs. Although no detailed description is valid for all meetings, there are some general principles and guidelines followed by most groups. We listen respectfully to what others have to say and share our experience as it seems appropriate. We use the words “I” or “we” instead of “you” when sharing about our recovery. We do not interrupt or give advice unless asked. We address our sharing to the whole group, not to one or more individuals. A meeting is not a place to meet sexual partners, nor is it group therapy. We try not to use offensive language, or descriptions that are too explicit. We avoid mentioning specific names or places associated with our acting-out behavior. Because of the nature of our addiction, we are careful about touching or giving hugs to others in the fellowship without permission. Our focus remains on the solution, rather than the problem.” (Sex Addicts Anonymous)
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