Image via Wikipedia The wide range of sexual practices between individuals can provide pleasure and allow for creative self-expression. By implementing the protective measures described here, people in recovery can be assured healthy enjoyment of the following sexual practices. Masturbation (manual or other nonpenetrative stimulation of oneself or a partner for sexual pleasure) Self-stimulation involves …∞
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Dismiss the stigma attached to masturbation. People in early recovery from alcoholism, addiction and co-dependency are often advised to avoid new relationships that involve emotional ups and owns. These people may also be fearful of masturbation to relieve the natural urges and processes of being human. This article puts to rest some of the guilt …∞
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous is a 12 Step Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from sexual compulsion. These are the characteristics most of us seem to have in common: As adolescents, we used fantasy and …∞
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In recovery some men find the problem continues, or they may develop penis erection troubles. Some recovering men may find that erection may be soft or deflate early.
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