Fifteen years ago, people did not even know that it was such a sex addiction, never thinking about how to get help for it. With the revolutionary book Patrick Carnes "Out of the Shadows: Understanding Sex Addiction," people who suffered from suicide sexual acts had no hope of knowing what led them. Since then, the disorder has received a lot of attention from the media and a new group of therapies trained to treat sex addiction.
However, the area is still developing. People who seek help for this humiliating addiction often do not know how or where to get help from a competent doctor. In addition, the way to healthy sexuality – the goals and objectives to be sought – are sometimes smooth and confusing.
Treatment for sexual dependence should be individualized for each individual. Although you know what you want to get into sexual recovery, here are some of the main goals of a comprehensive sexual recovery plan.
* Reduce / eliminate scandalous, forced behavior.
* Introduce suggestions and behaviors to deal with them.
* Develop caring support systems and identify individuals to deal with them.
* Reduce denial, justification, optimization, minimization and other false thoughts and opinions.
* Change the negative essence of oneself with healthy behaviors.
* Clear the shame as both before and follow the operation.
* Reframe escapes / relapses from the feeling that there was no opportunity to learn new treatment.
* Improving self-management (with mood, feelings, behavior) with gradual internal behavior, containment and structure of various treatment methods,
* Enhance the ability to human personality relationships
* Increased ability to reflect thoughts and feelings that lead to increased internal control and reduced need to work out unwanted spiritual states
* Integration of the Disintegration Factor of the Self
* Study of What Does Sexual Functionality Serve (Relief of Anxiety, Momentlessness, Masturbation of Powerlessness and helplessness from the past, etc.) so that more constructive approaches can be developed to meet needs.
* Explore how sexual constraints are
* Develop clear definitions of healthy sexual patterns vs. shaming and self-harmful activities.
* Reduction of marriage and communication conflicts.
* Enhance understanding of the need to control intimacy as a symptom of prolonged neglect and failure.