Unlike many young mothers, Stephanie was in the position to leave an unhappy marriage and be able to provide a good standard of living for herself and her child. The following is a suggested treatment plan for couples dealing with sexual acting-out within a marriage. If an addict doesn't genuinely take ownership of his behaviors, recovery is not possible. Therapy and 12-step groups can also help the addict identify slippery-slope behaviors such as flirting, cruising, and using the computer without net nannies (that prevent the addict from clicking on porn sites). Typically, the addict reads aloud his sexual history, including behaviors that occurred within the marriage.
The therapist will assist the couple in processing this information and setting boundaries for acceptable behavior. Partners tend to be caretakers who structure their lives around the addict.
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The past decade has seen rapid development and exponential growth in the use of electronic, computer-based communication and information sharing via the Internet, particularly across the Western world.
Clearly there are many benefits that result from Internet usage, but until recently there has been little recognition of the dangers that may also result from the use of such technology.
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Stephanie had consulted with a divorce attorney and was told that she was entitled to a generous settlement package and monthly support. If both partners are committed to recovery, the marriage could actually be transformed into a real union marked by genuine intimacy and integrity. Unless physical abuse is present, or children's safety is threatened, sex addiction therapists recommend that partners spend a year in treatment before deciding whether to stay or go. This usually involves individual therapy, 12-step programs such as SAA, and, depending on the severity of the acting-out behaviors, an inpatient or intensive outpatient treatment program. The first step in an addict's recovery is to take responsibility for hurting his partner and threatening his family's stability. These may include affairs, prostitutes, massage parlors, chat rooms, masturbating to porn. Disclosures are facilitated by therapists in couples sessions.Current efforts to prevent Internet-related child abuse are described.