We have several free resources available to help you along on your journey. Feel free to explore these resources or share them with loved ones.
Boundaries are a healthy and necessary part of any relationship. However, when a relationship is impacted by sexual betrayal, boundaries become exponentially more important for healing, relapse prevention and safety. For this reason, we created these resources around defining, building, and maintaining healthy boundaries when recovering from sex addiction and betrayal trauma.
Partner Reading 1 – Using Values to Shape Boundaries
Partner Reading 2 – Setting Boundaries for Healing
Partner Reading 3 – My Boundary was Just Violated – Now What
Partner Handout 1 – A Guide to Creating Values
Partner Handout 2 – A Guide to Setting Boundaries
Partner Handout 3 – A Guide to Consequences
Partner Handout 4 – A Guide to Communicating Boundaries
Addict Reading 1 – Respecting Your Partner’s Boundaries
Addict Reading 2 – Now that I know, How Do I Respect My Partner’s Boundaries
Addict Handout 1 – A Guide to Respecting My Partner’s Boundaries
If you or your partner are healing from sexual betrayal and are finding yourself dreading the upcoming holidays, please take some time to look through the resources below. We hope these resources can better prepare you for this holiday season.
Compiled by Dan Drake, MFT, LPCC, CCPS-S, CSAT-S
Support comes in many forms. So during a time filled with anxiety, stress, loneliness, and pain, I wanted to share with you the supportive words of other partners about the holiday season. These brave women come from all different backgrounds, some who are coming into their first holiday season post discover/disclosure, and others who have been on this healing journey for more than 15 years. They anonymously shared words of encouragement to you, so that you’d have support during the holidays. Read more…
Holiday Chear Vs Reality for Partners
The Do’s and Dont’s of Holiday Gift Giving after Betrayal (for Addicts)
Alcohol Consumption During the Holidays
Managing This Year’s Traditions
Navigating the Holiday Season with Children
Travel Guidelines for Recovery and Relational Safety
Managing Triggers While Traveling (for partners)
Travel Guidelines (portable recovery program)