Recovering sex addicts must be willing to change with the times.
With each new form of technology (especially digital technology), the sexual and romantic landscape changes. As recovering sex and porn addicts, we must do the same, sometimes revising our sexual boundary plans to reflect new temptations and potential problems. That said, we should never change our boundary plan without significant discussion and input from our therapist, our twelve-step sponsor, and other members of our recovery support network. If we change our boundary plan without this useful input, we are usually doing so as a way to justify addictive behavior, not as a way to stay sober.
Just for Today
Examine your sexual boundary plan to see if any changes are needed.