Our Recovery Blog
What is the Difference Between Big T and Little t Trauma?
Dr. Janice Caudill, PhD, CSAT-S, CCPS-S, CPTT-S, PRT, IAT, SEP Learn the differences between big and small traumatic events.
Partners of Sex Addicts & Infidelity Survivors: Are You Stuck in a Victim Stance?
Partners of Sex Addicts & Infidelity Survivors: Are You Stuck in a Victim Stance? The legacy of any trauma is a sense of victimhood. Whether from a car wreck, or… Read more
Sex Addiction Recovery: Understanding Discovery
“Discovery” is a term that has come to mean the event or period of time in which a sex addiction is discovered by a partner or spouse. Partners of sex… Read more
Starved for Love: Intimacy Deprivation in Sex and Porn Addiction
One of the least discussed but most painful experiences for partners of sex or porn addicts is the deep level of intimacy deprivation that many endure both before, during, and… Read more
Betrayal Trauma: Understanding Your Trauma Triggers
Trauma Triggers Trauma triggers are anything that serves as a reminder of painful events in your life. They can be people, places, things, or situations. Thoughts, feelings, and sensations may… Read more
Emotional Starvation: When Your Marriage Snuffs Out Your Spirit
Emotional starvation is a silent epidemic in our country. Thousands of spirits are dying a slow, painful death everyday. They are dying from hunger, from thirst, from unfulfilled needs –… Read more
Intimacy Anorexia & Sex Addiction: When You Are Living Off Crumbs
After counseling recovering sex and porn addicts, partners of sex addicts, and couples trying to rebuild trust in the wake of betrayal for many years, I have come to the… Read more
Sex Addiction Recovery: Navigating Your Partner’s Valentine Boundaries
Navigating the Valentine’s Day triggers your partner is experiencing can be tricky for if you are trying to put your marriage back to together after your spouse’s discovery of… Read more
Infidelity Survivors and Partners of Sex Addicts: Bill of Rights
New Year’s resolutions can be difficult in the wake of discovering betrayal in a relationship. Finding the energy to come up with a goal for picking up the pieces… Read more
How to Work With Us
Devote 3-5 days toward your healing.
Traditional counseling for sexual integrity or betrayal.
Need a coach to walk the path with you?
Ready to start healing?
Fill out this form, and we’ll send you the first chapter from Dr. Caudill’s his and hers preparing for Full Disclosure workbooks, FREE!