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What is sex addiction?

Research suggests a variety of reasons for sex addiction, from brain chemistry to family history.

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Are you a sex addict?

Sex addicts often pursue sexual interests obsessively despite personal and professional risks.

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Partner trauma

The impact of being the intimate partner of a sex addict often results in trauma.

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Couples who come to Impulse Treatment Center are often angry and confused.

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If you are a sex addict, or if you are a partner of a sex addict, we hope you find these workbooks helpful in beginning to understand what you need to do to take care of yourself.

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Disclosure or Discovery: What’s the Difference?

There are two ways partners find out about the addict’s secret life – disclosure and discovery. Disclosure is when the addict comes to the partner with the truth about his/her sexual secrets. This usually happens either because the addict has advance knowledge of information about to become …

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Boundaries

Boundaries define our personal space. They help us create safety and take care of ourselves. Depending on the family we grew up in, we may not have been given this important message: Only we get to determine what is acceptable and what is not acceptable within our personal space.  In taking …

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Remember to H.A.L.T.

The acronym H.A.L.T. is an easy way to remember to never get too Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired. Decades of recovering individuals have demonstrated that these are the conditions that increase the risk of relapse into unhealthy behaviors. When you forget to H.A.L.T., clear thinking becomes …

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