I am a thirty year old, single female who is recovering from sex addiction.
In the summer of 2014, I betrayed the man I loved. To put it in counseling terms, I was “acting out.” In Christian circles, we call it sin. My sin was repeated. And confessed. And it took a lot of work to heal from that sin. Continue reading Safe People – Jane DoE
Everyone in the small group just sat there. The awkward silence hung heavy in the room, like a heavy stage curtain that had just lowered onto everyone sitting in the circle. The bombshell had been dropped just a few seconds ago, but with each ticking second of silence it seemed like years. Continue reading I Don’t Know What To Do…
January 6th, 2009 began like most Tuesdays. I got up and went into work, at the church where I served as Worship Pastor. Unlike most Tuesdays, our regular pastoral staff meeting had been cancelled. Continue reading Seven Years Ago…
God, I can’t do this. I can’t stand living another day enslaved to this addiction. Continue reading I Can’t Do This
Recovery takes too long. Most everyone who has experienced any type of addiction has felt this way. We’ve felt what it’s like to either confess or be caught; Continue reading Give It Time
On August 24th
, John Gibson killed himself. John was a communications professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Continue reading The Tragedy of John Gibson (and What We Can Learn)
This week, many people found out about Ashley Madison. Not a person, but a website, an online hookup spot where every member shares one goal. Continue reading Should We Feel Sorry For Cheaters?