Many therapy programs are modeled on Alcoholics Anonymous, but instead than pressing cold-turkey abstinence, they advocate something called “sexual sobriety.”

Many therapy programs are modeled on Alcoholics Anonymous, but instead than pressing cold-turkey abstinence, they advocate something called “sexual sobriety.”

This usually takes various types, but typically involves eradicating “unwanted intimate behavior,” whether that is obsessive masturbation or intercourse with hookers. “We approach it very much like sobriety for the eating disorder,” states Robert Weiss, creator for the Sexual healing Institute in Los Angeles. ” They should determine on their own centered on their very own objectives and belief systems: ‘What is healthier eating for me? Continue reading “Many therapy programs are modeled on Alcoholics Anonymous, but instead than pressing cold-turkey abstinence, they advocate something called “sexual sobriety.””