Sexual Addiction Resources

36 Thinking Errors
Categorized Thinking Errors by Samenow and Yochelson that we as addicts have used to justify our continued acting out.


19 Tactics to Avoid Change
Common tactics that addicts will use in order to avoid change in their lives. We have managed to continue to be this way only because of our refusal to change.


Iceberg Principle
Our visible acting out cycles are only the tip of the iceberg. As illustrated in this image, we possess powerful issues that drive our acting out cycles.


Pros and Cons
An outline for evaluating situations in such a way that others may give us feedback on my thinking.


Relapse Cycle
We have setup patterns that are a continuous cycle. When taking the time, we can identify these steps consistently taken in order to act out.


Safety Plan
A man without a plan, plans to fail. We encourage men to plan their outings and activities in order to be safe. This is the blank outline for that plan.


Scorched Earth Sheet
We encourage high levels of accountability within the group. This is a basic set of daily activities that each man is encouraged to complete and remain accountable for.


Thinking It Through
When we have exited a situation where out thinking was not healthy, we must take the time to examine it. I cannot change what I am not aware of. This assignment is used to examine my thinking thoroughly by presenting it to others in written form.


Thoughts Feelings Behavior Chart
Like a Thinking It Through, we have found at times the examination of our behaviors needs to go deeper. This is a more exhaustive review of our thinking before, during, and after a situation. It is presented to other for feedback.

Sexual Addiction Resources

36 Thinking Errors
Categorized Thinking Errors by Samenow and Yochelson that we as addicts have used to justify our continued acting out.


19 Tactics to Avoid Change
Common tactics that addicts will use in order to avoid change in their lives. We have managed to continue to be this way only because of our refusal to change.


Iceberg Principle
Our visible acting out cycles are only the tip of the iceberg. As illustrated in this image, we possess powerful issues that drive our acting out cycles.


Pros and Cons
An outline for evaluating situations in such a way that others may give us feedback on my thinking.


Relapse Cycle
We have setup patterns that are a continuous cycle. When taking the time, we can identify these steps consistently taken in order to act out.


Safety Plan
A man without a plan, plans to fail. We encourage men to plan their outings and activities in order to be safe. This is the blank outline for that plan.


Scorched Earth Sheet
We encourage high levels of accountability within the group. This is a basic set of daily activities that each man is encouraged to complete and remain accountable for.


Thinking It Through
When we have exited a situation where out thinking was not healthy, we must take the time to examine it. I cannot change what I am not aware of. This assignment is used to examine my thinking thoroughly by presenting it to others in written form.


Thoughts Feelings Behavior Chart
Like a Thinking It Through, we have found at times the examination of our behaviors needs to go deeper. This is a more exhaustive review of our thinking before, during, and after a situation. It is presented to other for feedback.

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