poly life vs. sexual addiction.
This is a page for people who might be struggling with their feelings about sex and love. Some people think that sex is the same as love, but we know that's not true. Love is a deep and complex emotion that can be shared with many people. Sex is one way to express love, but it's not the only way. We are poly, which means we have multiple loving relationships at the same time. We are not addicted to sex; we are just open to different forms of love. This page is here to help you understand yourself better, and to offer you support and guidance if you need it. You are not alone, and you are not broken. You are just different, and that's okay.
Believing that group therapy can help the rehabilitation process in our community is what motivates us to offer this service to our members. We understand that recovery is not a linear or individual journey, but a dynamic and collective one. By sharing experiences, insights, challenges and successes with others who are facing similar issues, our members can benefit from the support, feedback and encouragement of their peers. Group therapy also provides an opportunity to learn new skills, practice healthy coping strategies, and develop a sense of belonging and hope. We want to create a safe and respectful environment for everyone to participate and grow.
We have established a sexual addiction group for people who struggle with compulsive sexual behaviors and need a supportive environment. Sexual addiction is different from polyamory, and we want you to understand that difference, so we offer this group to help you. If you often think "I don't have an addiction, I just can't maintain relationships." You might benefit from our services.
We are a group of people who have struggled with sex addiction and have found a way to overcome it. We use the principles and steps of Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) to help us heal our minds, bodies and spirits. We also participate in an outreach program that aims to share our experience, strength and hope with others who are still suffering from this compulsive behavior. Our goal is to help them make an informed decision about how they want to live their lives after they have recovered/ survived from their addiction and learned to respect themselves and others.
RULES TO EVEN GET IN TOUCH WITH US.
RULES EVEN TO START
1) Anything said in group stays in group. we are here for you and pass judgement.
2) 0 tolerance for any who openly defy the rules of the house,
for the people talk to the Gods for help. Our saying for the will be ... " This prayer is from the AA organization with some tweaking and There are other group like ours that are trying to help others with their addictions. People like us as you know we can and do become addicted to the touch of others when we do not know who we are. After I found myself and where I belong, I knew we had to help others like us not judging or condemning others for what has happened just helping them find their place in the world. A lot of times this Montra can be used to help bring our minds into focus and finding a higher mean into ourselves in order to improve selves to improve our community. Please remember this is only the beginning of your new life and we will try to help you through the rough stuff starting with this mantra. We here believe that just because you sleep with more than one does not mean that you are an addict, it is when people involuntarily become hurt by your action with things like std's/ sti's or unwanted damages to others through your actions. If you love more than one it is not illegal but if you merry more than one. It is in the eyes of the court of United States. There are many communities like ours but as you can see, we are not all out in the open about who we are. We are here to help you in your hour of need... here is our version of the serenity prayer.
May my Deities/higher power grant me the serenity,
to accept the things I cannot change,
the courage to change the things I can,
and the wisdom to know the difference.
so, mote it be.
The mantra can be seen as a way of coping with stress, uncertainty and frustration. It can also be a source of inspiration, hope and gratitude. By acknowledging the limits of human control and the need for divine guidance, the prayer can help one to surrender to a higher power and find peace in any situation. The mantra can also encourage one to take action where possible, and to seek knowledge and understanding where it is needed.
MORE TO COME,