Bottom-line behaviors are self-defined activities which we refrain from in order to experience our physical, mental, emotional, sexual and spiritual wholeness. Recovery begins with admitting that following our addictive path is making our lives unmanageable and we are powerless to
One: We seek to develop a daily relationship with a Higher Power, knowing that we are not alone in our efforts to heal ourselves from our addiction. Two: We are willing to be vulnerable because the capacity to trust has
One: Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon S.L.A.A. unity. Two: For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority — a loving God as this Power may be expressed through our group conscience. Our leaders
One: We admitted we were powerless over sex and love addiction — that our lives had become unmanageable. Two: Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Three: Made a decision to turn our will and our
How do I get started? What is the program like? How do I know when I am in recovery? If you are ready, we can help you get started.
The information listed below is provided for additional support in S.L.A.A. For a complete listing of all available resources and information, visit the S.L.A.A. Resources page on the Fellowship-Wide Services website. Other Telephone, Online, and Local S.L.A.A. Meetings There are
If you have decided sex and love addiction is an issue in your life and you are ready to do something about it, the following suggestions can help you get started and continue to work the program of S.L.A.A. Attend S.L.A.A.
Abstinence from acting out is initially followed by a period of withdrawal. This can be uncomfortable for many of us. Our bodies go through unexpected physical changes; our emotions hit highs and lows we never imagined possible. We feel, perhaps