Sexual addiction

Sexual addiction, like any addiction, is about coping with pain destructively and trying to fill a void. People may turn to masturbation, sexual fantasy, pornography, cyber-sex, exhibitionism, infidelity or other forms of sexual behaviour instead of facing their hurts and turning to God for healing.


Understanding sexual addiction

The main purpose of any addiction is to escape emotional pain – the pain of feeling unlovable, the fear...

Article
There is hope for recovery from sexual addiction. Recovery is a process that occurs over time. Recovery and healing are not one-time events. Sexual...
Article
A man who heard me speak on marriage decided to apply my suggestion that men use every instance of sexual temptation as an opportunity to actively...
Article
Joe was distraught. He had come home from work one afternoon and found most of his personal belongings on the front lawn. His wife of 12 years,...
Article
Sex addiction is never really about sex, but about a hungry heart that craves intimacy. Sex is merely the vehicle that a person uses to find...
Article
Unfortunately, it is no longer uncommon for a spouse or a parent to discover that someone in their home has been viewing pornography on a home...