Have you been hurt by
another person’s compulsive sexual behavior?
- Feeling betrayed? Embarrased?
- Doubting yourself or your sanity?
- Worried it may be your fault?
- Does life feel unmanageable?
The S-Anon program helps you connect with others who have felt the painful effects of someone else's sex addiction and have found a way forward.
Our members know
the painful effects of
someone else's sex addiction.
We have all been impacted by the effects of another person’s sexual behavior. We are here to tell you that peace and serenity are possible.
23 YEARS OLD
“It took weeks to conquer my fears and resentment but I finally walked through the door into a meeting. I heard someone say, ‘Yeah, I know how you feel,’ and I discovered that they really do. I’m going to keep going back.”
38 YEARS OLD
“I could not have healed from the shame in my life without looking into other people’s eyes, seeing the nodding of their heads, and hearing that others had been where I was.”
60 YEARS OLD
“Finding others out there like me and going to meetings has changed my outlook on life.
S-Anon has helped me to gradually gain independence, self-confidence, and a serenity I never thought possible.
There is a path to serenity.
Find a Meeting
Meetings are held all around the United States, Canada, and in many other countries. Hear from others going through the same thing or share your story to begin the healing process.
Read the Literature
Reading our literature is an important way to understand the effects upon us of sex addiction and begin the road to recovery and peaceful living.
Find a meeting near you.
Meetings are a great way to hear the experience, strength, and hope of others in a no-pressure, confidential setting. View a list of available meetings to find one that is right for you.
Literature we suggest.
Reflections of Hope
A daily meditation book which speaks to our experiences and reflects the hope that comes from banding together to solve our common problems.
S-Anon Twelve Steps
Describes each step, and how to apply them to our lives. We have found these spiritual principles provide a framework for rediscovering hope and joy.
46 YEARS OLD
“I get a lot out of regularly reading program literature like Reflections of Hope. I read until something strikes me as being ‘right-on’ for where I am today. Then I think about what that means to me.”
54 YEARS OLD
“Literature has been a lifeline for me. The stories reminds me that I am not alone and that there are others like me who have faced and overcome the same struggles, depression, and pain, and who can offer me experience, strength, and hope.”
30 YEARS OLD
“I have read many different pieces of S-Anon Conference Approved Literature and found them to be a tremendous help to me. Many great books on relationships and self-help are commercially available, but they do not get to the essence of my struggle.”