In this webinar, U.K. qualified psychotherapist and Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, Gavin Sharpe joined Tami VerHelst from Sex and Relationship Healing to discuss healthy boundaries for sex addicts and their partners. Gavin took questions live from both addicts and their betrayed spouses including how one defines and sets healthy boundaries and what appropriate consequences look like.
How does a betrayed spouse protect themselves from being hurt again? How does an addict stay sober? How can both individuals in a relationship create and communicate these healthy boundaries? Healthy boundaries allow us to live healthy lives and this is especially so in recovery from sex addiction where boundaries have been blurred. This webinar addresses these issues and many more.
In recovery, both the addict and the betrayed spouse deserve to feel safe and get their needs met but navigating the boundaries can be complex and triggering for both parties. The goal of an intimate relationship is to feel safe. Boundaries facilitate this. They are not something we do to another person. They are something we do for ourselves. They are about how we keep ourselves safe.
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