Struggling with the religion of SAA

Getting started with the Steps I recently attempted to commit to doing the 12 steps of Sex Addicts Anonymous. For the last 2 years I have attended SAA meetings and met members, to gain benefit from talking about addiction with like-minded people, but I've never actually done the steps. After a month of unsuccessfully re-trying … Continue reading Struggling with the religion of SAA

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Checking in – tough times

I haven't posted in a while, and I don't really want to actually, as it is a way of facing what's going on, which I don't really want to do. Such is the dilemma of the addict. It's also a new month, so let's look at last month in a month-by-month progress chart: As you … Continue reading Checking in – tough times

The importance of having, and sticking to, a routine

Last night I slipped. Today I am dealing with the usual mental repercussions - depression, anxiety, tiredness and horniness to name a few. As always, each time I act out I ask myself why and how it happened and what I need to do differently to prevent a similar situation happening again. This time it was easy to … Continue reading The importance of having, and sticking to, a routine