These personal stories illustrate how the disease of sex addiction has impacted the lives of our members and how following the SRA program has helped them to overcome the many challenges of sex addiction. In addition, this book also contains the completed commentaries on the first seven of the Twelve Steps of our program, as well as other previously published SRA literature. You can order the book from Amazon, where you can first preview a number of pages. The Kindle version is also available.
This is SRA’s introductory pamphlet; text from it has been used to fill out portions of this website.
The Promises of SRA (pdf)
The positive changes we can expect after working the 12 Steps of SRA.
The Twelve Steps are the core of the SRA recovery program. These steps are adapted from the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous with their permission.
The Twelve Traditions are the foundation guidelines of the SRA organization. These traditions are adapted from the 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous with their permission.
A series of questions to help you determine if you are a sex addict.
Many of us have found that these “tools” have helped us achieve and maintain sobriety, peace of mind and have offered us a “bridge back to life.”
Getting sober is a profound life change, perhaps as challenging a road as you will ever travel. This pamphlet is written to assure you that you are not crazy or unique—others have gone this way before, have had similar thoughts and feelings, and are recovering.
The Steps in Depth: SRA is in the process of writing a detailed text of each of the 12 steps:
- Step One
- Step Two
- Step Three
- Step Four
- Step Five
- Step Six
- Step Seven
- Step Eight
- Step Nine
- Step Ten
- Step Eleven
- Step Twelve
Perhaps you have decided that SRA is program for you and you would like to start a meeting in your area. All the material to help you get started are listed here and can be ordered by email.
We have created this pamphlet to apprise people in the helping professions of our experience with sexual addiction. We outline the aims of SRA, how it can help those who are addicted and how it works in conjunction with counseling and therapy.
Suggested Meeting Format (pdf)
All SRA literature is copyrighted with all rights reserved by Sexual Recovery Anonymous World Wide Services, Inc.