Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) is open to anyone who believes they have a problem with sex addiction, porn addiction, love addiction, romantic obsession, co-dependent relationships, fantasy addiction as well as sexual, social and emotional anorexia.
Anonymity is critical to the foundation of recovery. Accordingly, meetings are normally closed to outsiders and those who are merely curious. However, anyone who fears they may have this problem will be welcome, as long as the anonymity of the persons attending the meeting is respected. We maintain confidentiality and refrain from disclosing names or identifying group members outside the meeting.
If you are a health care professional we welcome referrals of your clients.
- 40 Questions for Self-Diagnosis (1985)
- 40 Additional Questions for Self-Diagnosis (2015)
- Am I Anorexic? 50 Questions for Self-Diagnosis
- 12 Characteristics of Sex and Love Addiction
- Find an online meeting
- Beginning Recovery
- Language of SLAA recovery
- 12 Steps of SLAA
- 12 Traditions of SLAA
- 12 Signs of SLAA Recovery
- SLAA Virtual Intergroup
SLAA Virtual Intergroup, Inc. does not speak for all of S.L.A.A.
This website is not the official website of The Augustine Fellowship, S.L.A.A., Fellowship-Wide Services, Inc. www.slaafws.org.
We are autonomous except in matters affecting other Groups or S.L.A.A. as a whole.