Join Thomas and Doug as they discuss the hope and freedom possible in recovery. Listen to his testimony of what worked for him to establish sobriety as well as the patterns he puts into practice now. If you have questions or want to reach out, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and remember that on this path of recovery, you are not walking alone.
Sex Addiction Groups by AI
I asked AI system ChatGPT to “write an article for a sex addiction recovery group” and below was it’s response. – SCIENCE!
Sex addiction can be a debilitating condition that impacts every aspect of a person’s life. It can lead to a loss of self-control and compulsive behaviors that can damage relationships, careers, and overall well-being. However, the good news is that recovery from sex addiction is possible, and there are many resources available to help individuals regain control of their lives.
One of the most effective resources for sex addiction recovery is a support group. Support groups provide a safe and confidential environment where individuals can connect with others who are going through similar experiences. They offer a non-judgmental space to share their struggles, receive support, and learn new coping skills.
The first step in joining a sex addiction recovery group is to find one that meets your specific needs. There are many different types of support groups available, and it’s essential to find one that aligns with your beliefs and goals. Some groups focus on a particular approach to recovery, such as the 12-step program, while others may incorporate therapy or other forms of treatment.
Once you’ve found a group that you’re comfortable with, it’s important to commit to attending regularly. Consistent attendance can help you build relationships with other group members, establish a routine, and hold yourself accountable for your recovery. Most groups meet weekly, but some may have more frequent or less frequent meetings depending on the group’s size and structure.
In addition to attending group meetings, it’s also important to engage in individual therapy to address the underlying causes of your addiction. A therapist can help you identify triggers, develop coping strategies, and work through any trauma or other issues that may be contributing to your addiction. Many sex addiction recovery groups also recommend working with a therapist in conjunction with group attendance.
One of the most significant benefits of joining a sex addiction recovery group is the sense of community and support it provides. The shame and stigma often associated with sex addiction can make it challenging to reach out for help. However, being part of a group of individuals who understand your struggles and are working towards recovery can be incredibly empowering.
Recovery from sex addiction is not a quick or easy process, but with the right support and resources, it is possible. By attending a sex addiction recovery group, individuals can gain the tools and support they need to overcome their addiction and rebuild their lives. If you’re struggling with sex addiction, know that you’re not alone, and there is help available to you.
Castimonia Purity Podcast Episode 97A: Thomas’s testimony part A
Thomas discusses his addiction with Doug. His testimony is one that will resonate with many men. He discusses his upbringing and struggles throughout young life as well as those as an adult. He takes us through the story of brokenness and searching that leads to finding healing and hope. That part of the story is Part B, so listen to that too! If you have questions or want to reach out, please email us at email@example.com, and remember that on this path of recovery, you are not walking alone.
Why You Should Start Nofap
Dr. Andrew Huberman is an award-winning professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University, as well as the founder of the Huberman Lab. His lab focuses on researching brain function and brain regeneration. The lab’s goals are to discover strategies for halting and reversing vision loss in blinding diseases, and understand how visual perceptions and autonomic arousal states are integrated to impact behavioral responses.
Andrew Huberman explains the dangers of pornography consumption. He talks about people who are more likely to no get aroused by human contact but instead wire their brain to get aroused by watching content on a screen. He says that younger people are more likely to be able to rewire their brain as their brains are “hyperplastic”.
NEW STEP GROUP – Starting May 13th!
Our founder, Jorge, will be leading a new step study group starting May 13th. This is his 6th Step group.
The group lasts for about 2 years and you will go through all the steps including the pre-step and post-step work in the Castimonia book.
They will meet every 2 weeks on Saturday mornings from 800am to 955am before the 10am Saturday Castimonia meeting in Katy. There is no cost to join the group but you must purchase a copy of the Castimonia book, 2nd edition. Out of town guests will be able to use Zoom to join the group if they cannot attend in person. Houston-area members will need to attend in person.
This group takes a strong, long term commitment and is great for those ready to work the steps and have the Lord change their lives.
Please have any interested individuals contact Jorge at firstname.lastname@example.org.