Over the years there have been many, many changes in the Sisterhood. The website has changed colors and themes and layouts. Features like chat boxes, Skype group meetings, Zoom group meetings, private coaching and a few others I can’t even remember have come and gone. But one thing has always remained as the foundation of the Sisterhood…and that is the Forums. And, as the website has matured it’s time for the forums to take on an updated role.
Click here and take a peek at what’s changing.
Do you need a safe, private place to share your story? Do you want to know how partners, like yourself have survived the trauma of discovery? Do you just need to feel validated and not alone? Try our Private Forums. Click the button below for more information.
When sex addiction is discovered in our relationship our stress levels are high. Stress has a negative impact on our bodies and is implicated in most serious diseases. One of the best gifts we can give ourselves is the gift of relaxation. Until I complete these resources here is a relaxation audio I created just for you.
Here is a video clip of Patrick Carnes describing the partner’s role in a sex addict’s recovery program. In this clip Patrick Carnes says that
there are more than enough ‘professional opinions’ out there that claim that sex addicts exhibit the same changes in their brains as other addicts. So, this article will assume that this is true simply for argument sake and because indications, such as their personality behaviors, lead me to believe that it is probably so.
‘I am the partner of a sex addict, what STD tests do I need? ‘If he’s only watching porn, why do I need to be
Are you stuck? Are you the partner of a sex addict who just can’t let go even though you know you should? I think every partner has struggled with that question in one way or another. We all have to find the answer within ourselves in our own way and in our own time.
How on Earth Do You Get Over Sex Addiction Betrayal?
Written by MADISON BLANCAFLOR When you think of domestic abuse, physical or verbal assault are probably the first things that come to mind. Unfortunately,
I received this e-mail from a woman who attended the Doug Weiss Heart To Heart Counseling Center. She said the experience was horrible! Here’s what