What is Betrayal Trauma—Part Three—Setting Sexual Boundaries
In order for a porn addict to move into "real" recovery, AND a spouse to begin healing her betrayal trauma, as a couple you MUST begin setting BOUNDARIES! Why? Because the MOST connected relationships are those with boundaries.
- First, there must be boundaries that create "safety" in the relationship. Without safety, intimacy (into-me-you-see) is impossible.
- Some of the most important boundaries creating safety are SEXUAL BOUNDARIES.
- Mark and Steve talk raw and real about HOW to set sexual boundaries--the do's and dont's; dealing with awkwardness, resistance and old sexual attitudes that no longer belong in your relationship.
- A SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT that will help you talk openly about your sexual relationship and what you want it look and be like in your marriage.
Visit the PBSE website at: pbsepodcast.com
Find out more about Steve Moore at: Ascension Counseling
Learn more about Mark Kastleman at: Reclaim Counseling Services
Part of setting sexual boundaries is knowing the differences between "True Intimacy" and "Sex" in the marriage relationship—https://www.reclaimcounselingservices.com/true-intimacy-vs-sex-in-marriage
A CRITICAL boundary in the marriage relationship is NO secrets and full disclosure porn addiction behaviors—https://www.reclaimcounselingservices.com/no-more-secrets-in-your-marriage