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Help! My Husband is a Sex Addict!

If  you have discovered that your boyfriend or husband is a sex addict you probably feel confused and alone, with no one to turn to who truly understands what you are going through. The Sisterhood is here to help you.

The Sisterhood online support group is a completely private and safe place to share your stories, thoughts questions and comments. With dozens of forums, tens of thousands of topics and over 100,000 comments, you will find help and support, from women just like you, who have discovered that their boyfriend or husband is a sex addict.

The Sisterhood is a ‘women only’ group and we have members from all over the world.

The Sisterhood of Support group is for partners, about partners and with partners. We all understand what you are going through because we have all been there.

You will find the answers, honesty and resources that you need to regain your stability and start on your path toward healing.

So, why not give it a try? Click the ‘Subscribe’ menu tab and I’ll see you on the inside.

NEW! Live Online Video Support Group for Partners

The Sisterhood Of Support Forums will now include Weekly Live Zoom Support Meetings. These are free for all Forum subscription members.

Probably one of the most frequent request that I get from partners is, ‘Where can I find a local or online live support group?’

Unfortunately the technology to support a secure, private connection that was linked to the private pages of The Sisterhood just didn’t exist. But now that has all changed. 

Zoom has offered a secure integration with my software and now Weekly Live Support Group Meetings will be included in all the Sisterhood Of Support Forum Subscriptions. 

For more information about the Forums please CLICK HERE. 

 

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What to Ask Your Therapist Partners often endure further trauma by therapists who want to call us names such as co-dependent, co-addict or co-sex addict.

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NEW! Trauma Recovery Series for Partners of Sex Addicts

This video series for partners of sex addicts outlines some of the most important, and very first things that a partner should consider after discovering that the person they are in an intimate relationship with may be a sex addict.

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To Provide A Safe And Nurturing Environment For The Expression Of Opinions And Ideas In Order To Enhance The Knowledge, Growth And Healing Of Partners Of Sex Addicts.