Support groups are an excellent option to help you:. Many SAA members use a "three circle" concept to model their behaviors. An aftercare plan is a set of behaviors a recovering addict turns to in order to strengthen their sobriety or abstinence and protect against relapse. There are no fees or dues. Members are encouraged to respect each other's definitions of sobriety. Sex Addicts Anonymous support groups provide support and guidance to people suffering from an addiction to sex.
We learned through the SAA Fellowship that we were not hopelessly defective.
What is Sex Addicts Anonymous?
Usually, newcomers will find a proper sponsor after attending a few meetings taking in consideration the level of comfort between the new member and the old one, but if a good relationship is attained, the new attendee will continue to be guided by this person. It helps to educate, motivate, and inspire us. Meetings are held anonymously, which helps members feel more comfortable sharing their thoughts, experiences, and struggles. If you are unsure whether you may be a sex addict, we suggest that you complete the self-assessment. For the steps below, you can click on the More about