Becoming whole means knowing where we come from, how we can make a mistake, and how we overcome things to make ourselves stronger.
Every sex addict is different. Each addict has a unique life history, specific problematic sexual behaviors, and singular goals for recovery. Therefore, every sexual sobriety plan is different. Behaviors that are deeply troubling for one sex addict may be perfectly acceptable for another, and vice versa. As such, there is no set formula for defining and living in sexual sobriety. The key is for each addict to be totally, completely, and brutally honest when formulating his or her boundary plan.
Just for Today
Stop comparing your sexual sobriety plan to the plans of others. Nobody benefits from that type of judgment.