Anyone who has struggled with sex addiction knows that living with constant sexual compulsions can be extremely difficult. But summoning the courage to find help for this condition can be even more of a challenge. If addictions to pornography, strip clubs, massage parlors, prostitutes, phone sex, or chat rooms have made you feel trapped, this book can help you find a way to break free. Written by a former sex addict who specializes in counseling people who suffer from sexually compulsive behavior, Breaking the Cycle presents a step-by-step plan to enjoying a life of productivity and purpose.
You can free yourself from the powerful, compulsive urges that may have damaged your career, finances, or relationships with friends and family. The exercises in this book will show you how to regain control of your life and build meaningful intimate connections with others.
©2010 George N. Collins (P)2015 Tantor
"In your darkest time, Breaking the Cycle brings the light you are looking for!" (Don Elium, author of Raising a Son)
I have truly been helped by this "audio" version of this book. Now I recognize I have a problem and that my behavior is not "normal adult" behavior.
it helped me to start making better decisions and runined my fanatasies so i could live in reality thank u very much
Good book for those suffering from repetitive failure to overcome the addiction for sexual behavior.
Just give it a chance. If you want to break free this book has some great tools. There is hope out there. Be real with yourself and your emotions. Start thinking a new way
... Do I really care? If you know me, you already know the answer...
Useless, just tell yourself to stop. Stop objectifyung women. Stop taking actions in your triggers. Stop, stop, stop... But never tells you how. Umm addiction isn't cured by just telling yourself "no" or "stop" if it was that easy, you'd not be addicted. Don't waste your time or money, unless you want someone to tell you that obvious.
The narration is good, the content... No.
Absolutely wonderful time tested techniques for dealing with addictive triggers including first thought wrong, what else and red light guy. Very practical yet insightful.
read it 6 times and has really helped me, a great book for anyone who wants to know why they do these things
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