The study of escape behaviors has led to making new discoveries about how it works not only mentally but also physically. For example, there are several chemicals released in a sex addicts body. These chemicals include adrenalin, serotonin, dopamine, catecholamine, and oxytocin. These same chemicals are related to the ones released in a heroine addicts brain. [Read more…]
We had a great workshop in Killen, AL. We had 20 plus people who attended. Four attendees are interested in additional training in order to help others. We look forward to Killen having SFT training in the future.
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A pain event by SFT Awareness standards is anything one does not like. People quickly identify things like a loss of a loved one or losing a job. However, an often overlooked pain event is boredom. An addict is especially susceptible to acting out because of boredom. It is not uncommon to hear about people eating, watching porn, or using because of boredom. The following are some tips to avoid using out of boredom. [Read more…]
The word surrender is typically used in a war context. A side in war surrenders when they are up against a superior force that they cannot beat. Likewise, an escape behavior becomes a superior force that cannot be beaten by self will. Too many battles have been lost, morale is low, and resources are used up. The only option left is to surrender. However, rather than surrender to the power of the escape behavior, we surrender to a superior force who is our ally God. [Read more…]
SFT Awareness hosted a fundraising breakfast early in the year in order to raise funds for our international efforts. We were able to go to New Zealand and hold SFT training classes with those funds. [Read more…]