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They also tried to integrate our families, girlfriends, ex-wives and so on. At the Sex alcoholics anonymous meetings of the second week they all flew out, to meet with us and see how we had progressed. The answer to annonymous question, at least when it came to me, was "not much. Alcoholkcs it was off to Philadelphia for a month of inpatient. This was an entirely different scene: It looked and smelled gritty. This wasn't a pretty place in Arizona where we climbed mountains and Sex alcoholics anonymous meetings anonymoua therapy. It was in a ghetto. We had to go to bed at anontmous certain time, we slept on shitty beds, we couldn't leave the facility, we had roomies.
It was like xnonymous minimum security prison for people who did weird things. The people were different here as well. Their Sex movies without registration were more serious. My roomie was straight out of jail for exhibitionism. There was a former NBA player in there who had the same problem; he had just come from prison. There was also a millionaire who had fucked thousands of people, from anonymous guys in subway bathrooms to beautiful female models.
And a male nurse who went to sex clubs and banged 10 guys a night. Individual counseling didn't really exist there -- in one month I had two sessions. Here "treatment" was all about beating you down, and making you address, in group, just what a shitheel you were. We had to write about everyone we had ever hurt -- this was called a "victim list" -- and read it in front of the group. We had to work on letters to our girlfriends and partners, telling them everything we had ever done. We went to Sex Addicts Anonymous meetings in Philly, too. But instead of mixing with movies stars like in LA, we were pulling up in a van to a church basement in a poor part of town. The people in the meeting seemed sad and hollow.
There were about 15 of us at the Philly rehab, and two cliques developed rapidly. There were the guys in prayer group who were working oh so hard to get better. Then there were the guys outside smoking cigs and cracking one another up. I fell into the latter group. The NBA player and I temporarily became best buds. I can't find him now; he has dropped off the earth. The stress was unbelievable -- not only the stress of doing the work and just being there, but the stress of admitting that I was an actual "sex addict" and so ridiculously messed up. I counted those 30 days off like I was in jail. The things we talked about would be mind-blowing to the average person. Some guys would cry a lot, some would brag.
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I can only speak for myself but believe me Online dating boards wasn't a turn-on. In the morning we went around and introduced ourselves by saying what our problems were: My bottom lines are no sex with people outside of my relationship, no lying to and manipulating women, no booze, drugs and masturbating. My bottom lines are no sex with people outside of my relationship, no voyeurism, and no breaking and entering. On the final day they do a ceremony for each person who completes the program, but I skipped it. I took a cab to the train station and hopped a train home.
I didn't want a celebration of my accomplishments. After a total of six weeks of treatment I didn't feel very different at Sex alcoholics anonymous meetings. I just wanted to go home. But surprisingly I did change after those experiences seven years ago -- at least for a while. I stopped having affairs and acting out in other ways, and I went on with my life. I got back together with a woman I cared about. But even though my behavior seemed under control, my thoughts, fantasies and impulses remained the same ones that have been roiling my brain for the last 30 years. Naively, I had thought that after six weeks of treatment they would be gone.
But the main difference was that now, when I did something, I really felt like shit about it. By I was back doing the same thing, lying and manipulating to get what I wanted in the same old way. I let the same people down -- but this time they were not so forgiving. If we validate same-sex sexualizing as normative for the sexaholic in recovery, and it turns out not to be normative, SA will have been promoting an untruth and doing a devilish disservice, supporting the problem instead of recovery. That's an awesome responsibility we're dealing with here—human lives!
A survey was held, reaching out to various individual meetings through the regional councils and local Intergroups. A solid majority of responders felt that the sobriety definition did not require clarification. Agitation on the issue continued due to a perception that the ambiguous nature of the survey questions rendered the results meaningless. Many probably most were convinced this vote meant that we are already clear on the meaning of traditional SA sobriety and no further clarification is needed. Others were equally convinced this vote meant that "spouse" and "marriage" could be interpreted as understood by each member. Some were convinced that SA is afraid to "say what it means and mean what it says"  On July 9,the General Delegates Assembly, meeting at an international conference in Cleveland, unanimously voted to clarify the definition of "spouse" to be "one's partner in a marriage between a man and a woman.
It was overwhelmingly accepted by the membership at the group, intergroup and regional levels. In same-sex attracted SA members expressed their support for the Cleveland Clarification in a letter to SA Delegates and Trusteees signed by 66 members from 7 countries. This controversy continues to circulate within the fellowship. SA Conferences are about recovery, not for debating policy matters like the sobriety definition. Essay is not a forum for non-SA sobriety.