I'm Adicted To Being A Prostitute Please Help
Posted: November 19, 2017, 7:40 PM


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Just so you will know her child was taken at birth was addicted to opiates, news after seeing pics of the child, there is no way it is the black haired greasy boys but he sure looks an awful lot like me...going to request a DNA test from the courts.
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Paul
Posted: December 9, 2017, 1:15 PM







Sex is not only a physical act but also spiritual. God intended it to bind husband and wife together in marriage. So to break away from prostitution you need to do so both physically and spiritually. Spiritually by prayers,worship and fasting. Otherwise regardless of your physical effort, you may not be able to break off. Physically you must avoid it, be determined, look for alternative things to engage your time. You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you. Philippians 4:13. You will overcome in Jesus name!
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Posted: December 20, 2017, 5:58 PM


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Gosh I remember you posting ..along time ago and thinking of you and your dog boo. Just kidding the name of your dog I don't no..anyhow how are you? thinking of you gal.
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brad
Posted: February 10, 2018, 11:09 AM







Hi well i am trying this from my point of view as a man who thinks he is addicted,I have a loving relationship with my wife but do visit a girl in a escourt club that i have got close to, I basically want to please her to make her happy and this has resulted in meeting outside for dinner dates etc obviously at first for a cost, but now without cost and last time i just met her for 7 hours without going to bed on purpose to see if I could do it. I would hate to think that she felt as bad as you do surely not everyone feels that way? She does want to give up as she has been doing this for 7 years but does not know what she could do for the money she gets, she said once in its difficult to get out. I am getting really close to her but its difficult for me handling her job in my mind knowing the men she is with nearly everyday. Suggestions please.
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odaat
Posted: October 23, 2018, 9:00 PM







Hi Brad,

This is an old thread that i posted to first time 2.5 years ago... and despite wanting to stop seeing escorts - I seem only to be getting deeper into it, so I am afraid I dont have any advice as I cant stop either it seems.

I have been in situations in the past where there have been consequences.. and still I find I turn back to seeing escorts and now on a regular basis with the same ones... getting feelings (emotions) involved isnt the smartest thing - yet I cant see to stop. I have no logical reason to see escorts either as I am in a normal relationship already.

No doubt once this current phase of remorse passes I'll be at it again..
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Posted: November 15, 2018, 7:06 PM


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i understand how you feel im not sure if you still get on this website but i do the same exact thing are you still in the lifestyle i want to quit so bad but im addicted to the money ive been soing this since i was 13 years old and now i am 25 and i am beyond sick of it if you are still around contact me back please ! im interested in your story i really am my name is breezy




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Posted: January 22, 2019, 11:14 AM


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I get help from going to twelve step meetings of Sex Addicts Anonymous. You can do a web search to find out more about it and find out if there are any meetings in your country or area.

I get help from this and I am definitely addicted.

Sex Addicts Anonymous

SAA is fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help others recover from addictive sexual behavior

“At our meetings, we read SAA literature and share our experience, strength, and hope with each other, focusing on how the SAA program of recovery works in our lives.”

Is SAA for You?

Our primary purpose is to stop our addictive sexual behavior and to help others recover from sexual addiction. Recovery was possible for most of us only when we accepted the fact that we were powerless over our addictive sexual behavior and that we were incapable of changing without help from outside ourselves. Many of us came to this realization when we started attending SAA meetings. In that setting we heard stories similar to ours and realized that recovery from our malady was possible. We learned through the SAA Fellowship that we were not hopelessly defective.

Attending Meetings in SAA

We find a new way of living through the SAA program, and carry our message to others seeking recovery. In meetings, we listened as men and women shared their experience, strength, and hope with each other to find freedom from addictive sexual behavior and help each other recover from sex addiction. SAA meetings offer an accepting, non-threatening environment where we can share our common struggles and learn how to apply the principles of the Twelve Steps to our everyday lives.

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop addictive sexual behavior. There are no fees or dues.

We practice strict anonymity and confidentiality, so that our meetings are a safe place for all of us. Whom we meet or what is said in a meeting is considered as confidential. Our fellowship is open to women and men, regardless of age, race, religion, ethnic background, marital status, or occupation. We welcome members of any sexual identity or orientation, whether they are gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, or transgender.  Find a meeting here.

Working the Twelve Steps of Recovery

We discovered that, when we began applying the Twelve Steps conscientiously in our lives, we could abstain both from obsessive mental preoccupation with sex and compulsive sexual behavior. We found faith and courage to change our way of thinking and acting. We began accepting daily problems as stepping stones to spiritual growth. As we continued working the Twelve Step Program, we experienced the return of personal integrity and found a new sense of purpose in our lives. We discovered the joy of freedom from addiction.



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Posted: July 17, 2019, 10:58 PM


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Kay:

Way too many posts to read here!

The only addiction I see in your original posting is the addiction that your prostitution is supporting, if any. If you were a sex addict no money would be involved. Have you become emotionally damaged as a result of the activities you list, very likely.

No compulsion, no addiction. Self-destructive behavior is not limited to addictive behavior.

Maybe you are addicted to low self-esteem? I think you are yanking our chain for the attention!

This post has been edited by SoberInMI on July 18, 2019, 8:52 AM
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