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The following questions are designed to be used as guidelines for identifying possible signposts of sex and love addiction. Many sex and love addicts have varying patterns which can result in very different ways of approaching and answering these questions.Read more
The S.L.A.A. Women’s “We Are Not Alone” Phone Meeting Group was started by one S.L.A.A. sponsor. One of her long distance sponsees was living in an isolated rural area. There was no access to S.L.A.A. recovery resources other than a working telephone.Read more
Excerpts from the Basic Text
What came to pass is that as we refrained from seeking to escape from ourselves through acting out on our sex and love addiction, we began to become intimate to ourselves ... essentially we were inaugurating a new, inner relationship ... This very energy, now back within us, was helping us to become whole people.
The truth is, we feel we are "on to" something big. ... If all we are capable of doing here is to convey to you our sense of hope, and our conviction that a new life of fulfillment, richness and mystery surely awaits you as you move into sobriety, then we are meeting our task.
Service keeps us coming back and helps us to remain sober. How? You can be of service at a recovery or businesss meeting - at Intergroup - reaching out to newcomers - worldwide with F.W.S. - even being a sponsor or a sponsee.