We are a fellowship of people who have recovered from sex and love addiction by following the program of action outlinedin the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
If, when you honestly want to, you find you cannot quit entirely, or if when acting out* you have little control over your thinking and behavior, you might be a sex and love addict.
In our experience, acting out behaviors include: seeking attention, romantic obsession/fantasies, compulsive masturbation, staying in or returning to painful and destructive relationships, becoming sexually involved with and/or emotionally attached to people without knowing them, compulsively avoiding intimacy, etc.
We meet twice a week so that newcomers can find us, and so that we can carry the message of recovery after having had a spiritual awakening. We study the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous in our meetings so that we can deepen our understanding of how to apply spiritual principles to our lives.
Meeting information can be found here.
This is an open meeting and as such all who have an interest in sex and love addiction and our program of recovery are welcome.
Tradition 3 of S.L.A.A. states, the only requirement for S.L.A.A. membership is the desire to stop living out a pattern of sex and love addiction. Any two or more persons gathering together for mutual aid in recovering from sex and love addiction may call themselves an S.L.A.A. group, provided that as a group they have no other affiliation.
We oppose no one.
If you think you can recover in some other way, or prefer a different spiritual approach, we encourage you to follow your own conscience. We have no monopoly on God; we merely have an approach that worked with us.