Partners

One word describes the impact of sexual betrayal on a partner – trauma. Over the past few years of leading partners through recovery, I’ve learned a lot about their unique experience and challenges. If you have experienced betrayal trauma, you deserve your own healing, regardless of what the addict in your life chooses to do. If you choose to stay in a relationship with a recovering sex addict who has broken your trust, I truly believe you are giving them an undeserved gift – a gift for which the addict should deeply appreciate as they fight hard to rebuild trust and a new life.

If you are ready to embark on your personal healing journey, I would be honored to be your guide. I currently have openings in an online partner group, serving California. I invite you check out the resources below and if you decide to work with me, please reach out. There is hope of healing and you are worth it.

Additional Partner Resources:
What My Wife is Worth – A Chapter in Life After Lust
How to Know if an Addict is Healing – Betrayal Trauma Recovery Interview
When Secrets Surface: Is Digital Adultery Poisoning Your Marriage? – The Christian Leader Magazine
When Sex Secrets Surface – The Fresno Bee
5 Things You Must Do if Your Spouse is Hooked on Porn – XXXChurch
What No One Tells You About Sex Addiction Recovery – Hope & Healing Blog
A Partner’s Review of Life After Lust

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