Read a book that is written to support you.
Here are three books we highly recommend to meet you where you are at in the recent aftermath of discovery:
Here are two outstanding resources that are workbooks and better suited for working through with the aid of a therapist once you are little further along in your healing.
Meet people who know what you are dealing with who can support you: 12-step fellowships, therapist-led treatment groups for spouses and partners and church support groups are available to you – more exist now than ever before.
Even if you live in a remote area, fellowships like S-Anon and COSA have phone meetings. We encourage you to download our free resource that will point you in the right direction.
Talk to a professional with the proper training and background:
We are Certified Sex Addiction Therapists (CSATs) and would welcome your call/email. We literally wrote the book on couple’s recovery and have helped many, many individuals and couples through their greatest time of need. Because of the shortage of properly trained therapists in this specialized area of treatment, we offer coaching via Skype and phone. If you would like to work with someone in your area, the www.ittap.com and www.sexhelp.com websites have national CSAT Directories. It is critically important that you trust your care ONLY to a therapist who has the specialized training required to understand what you are dealing with and what the treatment protocols are for recovering.