At S.A. Lifeline, we understand what it feels like to have your world shattered by a loved one’s lies and deceit.

Good news is you don’t have to face this pain alone. Through S.A. Lifeline’s Recovery Program, you can find relief from the pain and answers to your questions and concerns. SA Lifeline’s proven program is simple: join a 12 step meeting for betrayal trauma recovery, work the steps with a sponsor, incorporate the recovery puzzle into your life, and experience healing and long-term recovery. 

What is Betrayal Trauma?

Many scholars have noted that those who have been betrayed by their loved one’s pornography use or illicit sexual behaviors experience symptoms associated with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a condition that includes feelings of powerlessness, intrusive thoughts and memories, and efforts to avoid the triggers associated with the traumatic stressor. Like war-torn solides, such people live in near constant fear that something may remind them of the painful memories associated with betrayal. So they often become hyper-vigilant, checking computer histories and cell phones, or obsessing over ways they can stop the acting out behavior. Other issues related to betrayal trauma include sleeplessness, food issues, traumatic flashbacks, crying spells, and feelings of hopelessness.

What elements are necessary to achieve long term recovery from betrayal trauma?

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