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To those who struggle with unwanted sexual behavior we want to tell you congratulations on taking this step. This takes a great deal of courage, humility and vulnerability. You’re doing the right thing. These are the steps that we have found in which many men and women have learned to walk in freedom from sexual behavior. I have used them myself as well as many men and women who have walked before me.

Step one is realizing how serious the problem is. Getting help. We can provide specific individualized advice.

If you struggle with unwanted sexual behavior we want to tell you congratulations on taking this step! This takes a great deal of courage, humility and vulnerability. You’re doing the right thing. Below are the steps that we have found in which many men and women have learned to walk in freedom from compulsive sexual behavior.

STEP 1:

Determine how serious the problem is. To do this, take the following test...

FOR MEN OR WOMEN: CLICK HERE
STEP 2:

Contact us here at Living Truth for a FREE initial consultation. During this confidential conversation, a Professional at Living Truth will help launch you in the direction of freedom!

We can help you with issues such as:
  • Additional help assessing how serious/urgent the problem is.
  • Inviting "specialists" to guide you toward freedom is critical. We can help you to find a specialist, including a Professional Recovery Coach on staff at Living Truth, a Licensed Therapist/Counselor, or both if possible.
  • Understanding how much detail you should disclose to your spouse (if married) about your sexual behavior.
  • Develop a personalized program to finding freedom.
  • Who should I confide in regarding my situation?
STEP 3:

Connect with a Recovery Group in your area or online.

STEP 4:

Personal Study and growth is mission critical to obtain freedom. In addition to prayer and Bible devotions, it is critical to spend at least 15 minutes per day in a book and/or workbook geared toward recovery. Please CLICK HERE to see a sampling of suggested books for men.

You've discovered that your spouse or significant other is struggling with unwanted, compulsive sexual behavior. How incredibly devastating. You may feel a huge range of emotions from shock to anger, from deep sadness to excruciating pain, and from confusion to terror. Whatever the details of your situation, you do not have to walk this path alone. Many others have gone before you in the journey toward recovery from the trauma of sexual betrayal. Below are some recommended steps to help point you toward healing.

STEP 1:

Healing from sexual brokenness and the trauma it causes can be as serious as healing from cancer. Inviting "specialists" to guide you on this rocky path can be life saving. Please contact us, we can help you to find a specialist, including a Professional Recovery Coach on staff at Living Truth, a Licensed Therapist/Counselor, or both if possible.

We can help you with issues such as:
  • Assessing how serious your partner’s problem is and what you need to do to take care of yourself.
  • Deciding how much detail should your spouse disclose to you about their sexual behavior.
  • How do I help my children through this upheaval in our family?
  • How do I cope with this trauma?
  • Who should I confide in regarding my situation?
STEP 2 :

Begin reading the book Spouses of Sex Addicts by Richard Blankenship. This book can help you begin to understand some of the roots of sexual struggle and identify ways that you can heal from the betrayal. Please CLICK HERE to see a sampling of suggested books for women.

STEP 3:

Begin attending a group for spouses of sex addicts. Here you will find others who have felt this pain and walk alongside each other toward healing.

TESTIMONIALS

Kristin listened, asked questions, & helped me deal with feelings of betrayal. It’s been over a year & my husband & I are still working with Kristin & Michael. They have become a vital part of our marriage & I can’t imagine where we’d be without them.

Donna

Being around Julee is a bit like hanging out with a kind Sherlock Holmes. I’ve greatly appreciated her perceptive wisdom, offering of being both gentle and direct, eye openers to live in both reality and hope, encouragement to grow and practice self-care, and her heart for God and people. Julee has been a reflection and conduit of God’s character and presence in the piece of my journey that holds deep pain due to my husband’s issues and overarching refusal to connect. I am grateful.

AD

I can’t thank (Kristin) enough for your help especially in the earlier days of this hell. You are truly living your gift which (to me) is love and compassion for the wounded in this pit called sexual addiction.

Anonymous

Julee is an absolute gem. She has a caring and compassionate demeanor and she doesn’t pass judgement on any situation. She has empowered me to take care of myself and has made a huge positive impact on my journey to healing.

A.B.

They did a fantastic job and were easy to work with. Our staff were encouraged, students flocked to meet with them one-to-one. I recommend you consider inviting them to your campus.

Corey SchumacherCru Campus DirectorBall State University

Julee is a caring, wise mentor. I am so grateful for her kind yet challenging words to me each week. I always sense that even though we meet in a small group, she is personally invested in each one of us individually!

Marg

I expected to find help in the area of purity, but had no idea how it would effect the rest of my life. Michael has helped me dig out the root of the problem. The benefits have stretched to my marriage, my walk with Christ, & my relationship with others

Anonymous

I have been in Christian counseling for years. It was not until I started working with Kristin that I began to heal from my husband’s betrayal. God is using her story of pain and healing to bring hope and restoration to me and others.

Anonymous

I believe that God has equipped and called Julee to minister to women wounded by the SA of our husbands. From the moment I first inquired about the support group she facilitates, she has consistently displayed her compassionate, honest wisdom in helping us face the trauma we have experienced and begin to heal. She is able to avoid becoming enmeshed in our troubles but tenderly, knowledgeably, loving walk beside us on our journeys to healing and joy.

Belinda

They spoke (to our students) powerfully from their own lives of the devastating effects of sexual brokenness & testified of the power of Christ & the gospel to redeem & restore. I give my endorsement.

Scott BerkeyCru Campus DirectorUniversity of Illinois

STATISTICS

60-percent60% of pastors admit to viewing pornography in the last 30 days.

pastors.com

1-in-41 in 4 teens has an STD.

Center for Disease Control
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