- Do I keep secrets about my sexual behaviours?
- Have my desires driven me to have sex in places or with people I would not normally choose?
- Do I need greater variety, increased frequency, or more extreme sexual activities to achieve the same level of excitement or relief?
- Does my use of pornography occupy large amounts of time and/or jeopardize my significant relationships or employment?
- Do I feel remorse, shame, or guilt after a sexual encounter?
- Have my sexual practices caused me legal problems? Could they cause me legal problems in the future?
- Does my pursuit of sex or sexual fantasy conflict with my moral standards?
- Do my sexual activities involve coercion, violence, or the threat of disease?
- Has my sexual behaviour ever left me feeling hopeless, alienated from others, or suicidal?
- Do I compulsively avoid sexual activity due to fear of sex or intimacy?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, you might benefit from the SAA program.
If you can’t quit when you want to, or if you have no control of your sexual behaviours, you may have a sex addiction. If you want to stop the behaviours (and if you’re like us, you can’t do it alone) reaching out to SAA may make the difference for you, as it has made the difference for us. We invite you to attend one of our meetings.