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In defining sobriety, we do not speak for those outside Sexaholics Anonymous. We can only speak for ourselves. Thus, for the married sexaholic, sexual sobriety . SA's basic text. Called the white book or manual. The Problem, The Solution, The Fellowship of Sobriety. Basic recovery and meeting information. Sexaholics Anonymous. This book is also known as the "White Book". WorldCat ID (Also available as an audiobook on CDs.).

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Sexaholics Anonymous White Book

Pages 1 thru 8 of the white book from Sexaholics Anonymous read aloud. To The Newcomer. Sexaholics Anonymous: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Good book but it didn't come in the white cover as described. This is the one. As the host of a web site on "Breaking Pornography Addiction" I have read dozens of books on sex addiction. This book is the one I most often.

Fifteen years ago, none of these programs existed. Free community meetings based on the Alcoholics Anonymous model are also thriving. Melinkovich has not only undergone professional treatment at Promises; he also presides over a regular Los Angeles meeting of Sex Addicts Anonymous SAA , one of the four major sex-addict step groups in the U. Together, these four groups host 5 million to 10 million Americans per year. Founded by a group of men in Minnesota in the late s, SAA now has roughly 1, meetings convening around the globe each week. Ninety percent of the meetings are in the U.

Modern sexologists sometimes encourage pornography and masturbation in order to explore and express one's own sexuality, which are clearly forbidden to SA members abiding by their own literature.

The "founder" of SA himself, Roy K. Some regular SA meetings can devolve into "relapse culture" where members continue to attend for years without ever accumulating any long-term sobriety. The issue is that anyone can attend SA as long as they claim to have a desire to be free from lust and be sexually sober according to the 3rd tradition of SA - yet there is usually no apparatus to quantify this desire and constant relapsers are tolerated.


Some Christian leaders generally criticize the step movement's adherence to God as a "higher power" that can be defined by individual members as a God of their understanding [8]. Enter your keywords.

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Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous. Wilson, Judith A. Wilson Hazelden PES, p. Laaser, Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction. Zondervan, p.

Carnes, David L. Delmonico, Elizabeth Griffin Hazelden PES. Alyson Publishing, p. Faith for Content: Faith Free Content.

Other Tags: Online Graduate Courses: As with members of other S fellowships some SA members add additional behaviors to their "bottom lines" such as voyeurism, exhibitionism, viewing pornography, unsurrendered fantasy and objectification of others in an attempt to achieve "progressive victory over lust. A leading psychologist involved in sexual addiction treatment, Patrick Carnes , clearly encourages self-defined sobriety in his writings, saying that a no-masturbation definition of sobriety is only appropriate for some sex addicts and that bottom lines can in fact be modified over time [5].

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Some homosexual authors criticize SA for its pro-heterosexual marriage stance [6]. In their adherence to the 12 Traditions adapted from AA, other S groups do not offer an opinion on SA, or indeed on "any outside enterprise," but they would not agree with the opinion expressed here about them, that they are less similar to AA than SA. A common argument is that their approaches as potentially more accurate and more thorough, comprehensive treatment.

Also other S Groups see their own programs as squarely based on AA's disease-concept, for example they forego use of the term 'lust' in describing sex addiction just as AA forgoes use of the term intemperance or gluttony to describe alcoholism.

Some use the widely accepted term "compulsive sexual behavior" in use by the medical and psychology establishments.

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Some feel that by SA defining sexual sobriety as only occurring within a heterosexual marital union, it has stepped beyond the role of treating a compulsive disease and by conflating alternative preference with compulsivity, has taken sides in the debate on the roots of alternative sexual preferences. Other S fellowships, meanwhile, take the position that the issue of sexual preference may often be completely separate, what they term "an outside issue," and so in such cases they can have no opinion on it.

Many individuals in recovery from compulsive sexual behavior report that repressing their homosexuality was fuel for their pattern of compulsivity, and that their sexual sobriety has become possible only with accepting their sexual orientation.