What does real recovery from pornography addiction & betrayal trauma look like?
supported by working the 12 Steps
to Establish Safety
about Sexual Addiction & Betrayal Trauma
where 12-Step work is critical
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It has been a long journey. How amazing it is that eight years later I am still married. Not only am I married, but I love my husband, and we continue to work at an honest, healthy marriage. That said, I cannot imagine this horrific journey, nor its hope filled progress, without the support of SAL 12 step meetings.- Roxy S
I pray that SAL will continue to grow and that more moms and mother-in-laws of lust addicts will also find SAL and see how these spiritual principles can help us meet and rise above all difficulties in our lives.- Jenni S
I cannot begin to describe the level of empathy I have experienced during those traumatic times in my recovery. I am now proud to report over 18 months of real recovery. I no longer feel uncertain of my future. I feel confident now that I can gratefully live a life of recovery and love it. SAL has truly taught me that it works when you work it, and that I am worth it.- Jon J
I have been attempting to find my own recovery for three and a half years now since I found out about my husband’s addiction. I tried various programs but still would often find myself back in the same place acting like someone I am not. Finally I found SA Lifeline through Rhyll’s book. I’ve been attending meetings regularly now for 10 weeks and the changes in my life are amazing. I feel like I now have the strategies I need to daily get myself out of that trauma mode. I love this program and I think if I continually work it I can have a much better life and stay in recovery indefinitely.- Bonny K
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