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Porn and Children

Here’s why everyone should monitor their children’s internet activity. You need to watch this video…it’s even easier than shown here for kids to stumble across porn. Click the link that says ‘Watch on YouTube’ to see the video. In 2015, the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health (link is external) ranked internet safety as

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Here’s How the Sex Addiction Industry REALLY Treats Partners of Sex Addicts

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 it ‘takes a while for the partner to gain perspective. To figure out that they are also part of the problem and they need to get help for themselves. Often

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Starting over: How to rebuild your finances after escaping a financially abusive relationship

  Written by MADISON BLANCAFLOR When you think of domestic abuse, physical or verbal assault are probably the first things that come to mind. Unfortunately, financial abuse is often overlooked, even though it occurs in 99% of all domestic violence cases. The effects of financial abuse can last for years or even decades after victims

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New Trauma Recovery Video Series For Wives and Partners of Sex Addicts

Click here First Things First Trauma Recovery Series for Wives and Partners of Sex Addicts. Created by JoAnn Russell and Diane Strickland. spring special! 20% off was $149.00 Now $119.00 ORDER HERE! This video series for partners of sex addicts outlines some of the most important, and the very first things that a partner should

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Why? A Partner Speaks On Sex Addiction

Why does a man choose hookers over his family? Why didn’t we see this major flaw in our husbands? Why do we stay and have nervous breakdowns when we find out? Why do therapists push us towards acknowledging our part? Why are we triggered? Why can’t we just walk out the door and never look back? Why do we seek help for them? Why do they blame us? Why do our friends and family want us to just get over it? Why did this man who watched me deliver our daughter/son leave the hospital and seek out a prostitue? And the winner is “why can’t they be helped?”

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