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With a dismal (and dubiously determined) recovery rate, it should be criminal to support dating efforts with people who have not been fully informed of what the sex addict brings to the table in terms of risk.

The author never said potential victims don't deserve full disclosure.

Also, in slaa, sex is meant to be delayed deliberately.

If a person has the addiction and is rushing into sex, they are not practicing sober dating.

Compulsive sex is the fast food of relationships, and developing a taste for the slow-cooked meal may take some time.

Here the experienced therapist can be of huge assistance by reminding the sex addict that dating is not a race, nor a competition, but rather an adventure into the complete unknown where everything the addict thought they knew about intimacy turned out to be false, and a whole new universe must open up in order to move forward. Before recovery, the sex addict made decisions independently, choosing who to date, whom to have sex with, who to contact and what acts to participate in.

However, once in therapy, there inevitably comes a day when the sex addict is ready to embark on that daunting journey we call dating.

For a man who has spent years, if not decades, relating to porn actresses on a computer screen, encountering a flesh and blood partner can seem unpredictable and terrifying.

This impossible ‘slowness’ that intimacy requires may frustrate and confuse the addict, who no doubt is in a rush to form a relationship after so many months spent healing in celibacy.

If the "victim" is rushing into sex, they are setting themselves up (whether the sex is with an addict or not, imo.).

This article is about sober dating, and what it should look like.

Sometimes the addict has been off the dating scene for years and is returning as an older person.

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It’s natural to be confused in this case about one’s age and to find only younger people attractive.

After all, addiction tends to arrest people emotionally, and in recovery they often surface at the point from which they left off, feeling, for instance, like a 20-year old trapped in a 35-year old’s body.