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SELF ASSESSMENT:
RATIONALIZATIONS KEPT MANY
AWAY FROM RECOVERY


SELF ASSESSMENT:
Taking a self assessment is a straight forward process where for the first time we open to the possibility that we might have a problem. This generates fear but our experience says you don’t need to worry.



RESULTS:
If you are uncomfortable with your answer to any of these questions or you answered more than three in the affirmative we encourage you to consider the following options:

1. Contact our 24 Hours Helpline or ask to be called. 

2. Find a Meeting that you can attend.

3. Read More about SAA and learn about our Program. 

STORY FROM SEX A SEX ADDICT: 
"Am I a sex addict? When I first came into the rooms of SAA I didn't know I was a sex addict. All I knew was something was wrong and I was loosing control of my life. I used pornography, fantasy, and had the obsession of finding someone who would finally give me the experience that I felt "entitled" to. This had become the focus of my life. When I came into Sex Addicts Anonymous I was afraid and ashamed. Isolated by my own shame I was sure no one could understand my perspective. I even had suicidal thoughts. Hearing others share some of their darkest and most shameful secrets helped me realize that I was not alone. Accepting myself as a sex addict did not come over night, but in doing so and in working a program of recovery, I have begun to replace shame with freedom." - J.C., New York, NY