S.L.A.A. Ontario Intergroup
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) - this group is geared for both sex and couples whose committed relationships have been impacted by sex and love. Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, or S.L.A.A., is a program for anyone who and loneliness, we stay in and return to painful, destructive relationships. We recover from sex and/or love addiction or avoidance/anorexia by sharing to aid our mutual recovery patterned after Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, and are a Our developing a relationship with a Power greater than ourselves which.
Our practice of the Twelve Step program of recovery to achieve sexual and emotional sobriety.
40 Questions for Self-Diagnosis
Our giving back to the S. Our developing a relationship with a Power greater than ourselves which can guide and sustain us in recovery. As a fellowship S. We are, however, united in a common focus: We need protect with special care the anonymity of every S. Additionally we try to avoid drawing undue attention to S. Conference-approved July 25, Notices Our group does not speak for all of S. This web site is not affiliated with S. As a group, we are autonomous. We do not maintain local meeting information.
Our group meets using computers in a real-time environment.
If you would like local meeting information for your country, state or province, please contact S. Fellowship Wide Services directly at their website http: We are not affiliated with other groups either.
SLAA is strict about refusing to associate itself with anyone or anything. That refusal is a good thing, and we agree with it. Nothing you see here such as text, book excerpts, banners, icons, avatars, links, etc.
Many sex and love addicts have varying patterns which can result in very different ways of approaching and answering these questions.Codependency Recovery Stages. Full Psych Central Webinar. Relationship salonjardin.infosism Expert
Despite this fact, we have found that short, to-the-point questions have often provided as effective a tool for self-diagnosis as have lengthy explanations of what sex and love addiction is. We appreciate that the diagnosis of sex and love addiction is a matter that needs to be both very serious and very private.
40 Questions for Self Diagnosis – S.L.A.A. Los Angeles
We hope that these questions will prove helpful. If you can answer yes to just a few of these questions, it is very likely that you can benefit from our program.
The best way to find out is to attend a few of the many weekly meetings.
Each meeting has a different focus and feel to it, therefore it is suggested that you attend at least six meetings before deciding whether S. Have you ever tried to control how much sex to have or how often you would see someone?
Do you find yourself unable to stop seeing a specific person even though you know that seeing this person is destructive to you? Do you make promises to yourself concerning your sexual or romantic behavior that you find you cannot follow?
Have you ever felt that you had to have sex? Do you feel desperation or uneasiness when you are away from your lover or sexual partner?
Do you feel desperate about your need for a lover, sexual fix, or future mate?
Have you or do you have sex regardless of the consequences e. Do you find that you have a pattern of repeating bad relationships? Do you feel that your only or major value in a relationship is your ability to perform sexually, or provide an emotional fix?