Sex addicts, like everyone else, were put on this earth to live their greatest self.
The way in which sexual sobriety is defined is not set in stone. Rather, it varies depending on the addict and his or her unique life goals and circumstances. This means you get to define your own sobriety and your own healthy sexual boundaries. If your sexual recovery plan holds you accountable to your commitment to recovery and healing, particularly when faced with challenging life circumstances, emotional pain, and other powerful triggers, it’s a good plan.
Just for Today:
Reflect on your goals for sexual recovery—the real reasons you are seeking to change.