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Posted: Dec 7, 2016

An Open Letter to A Female Sexual Addict

Dear Precious One,

I have been where you are. I am no stranger to the shame that you feel. Although they are now in my rear view mirror, the horrible self-hate, the embarrassment, the sexual desires that I feared I could not control, the depression, the regret, and so many other emotions were all too real to me not long ago.
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Posted: Oct 26, 2016

Lonely? Welcome to the Opportunity to change your life!

Loneliness: The disease of the soul that is common to all mankind.  Loneliness:  That burdensome feeling that we run for our life from through busyness, addictions, NetFlix binges, talking on the phone, zoning out, video games, sexual activity, internet use, and probably a hundred other things. Loneliness: That thing that God uses almost like nothing else to grow us, to help us face ourselves, shape us, and teach us to be relational with ourselves, others and Him.

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Posted: Sep 15, 2016

Second Opinion

I wish I could say that I don't still struggle with this disease of self-diagnosis.   As someone who has been free for 11 years, and now helps others I sometimes forget that I am still broken and susceptible to falling. 

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Posted: Sep 13, 2016

Gratitude

Finding Deeper Joy in Recovery

I have yet to meet a sex addict (who is active in their addiction) who isn't angry, or at least easily irritated. I used to be like this myself; grumpy, selfish, ready at the drop of a hat to chew people up and spit them out. Addiction, by it's very nature, is imprisonment to something that never satisfies. Such a cycle of futility isn't how one grows in contentment and joy. No, addiction is a pathway to agitated bitterness.

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Posted: Sep 6, 2016

Blinded by Grace

Ever feel discouraged in progression, or lack thereof, in the journey to purity? I certainly can relate to that, but I have discovered God's view can be quite different from ours.

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