Setting & Holding Healthy Boundaries
Setting & Holding Healthy Boundaries
Led by Coach Sarah
REGISTER - The group will start as soon as it fills. Day and time will be determined by participants.
Limited to 6 participants (minimum of 3)
How do I find peace – emotionally, physically, mentally, sexually, and spiritually – while navigating the often messy and confusing journey of being in relationship with someone recovering from a pornography/sexual addiction? The foundation for finding peace is understanding and implementing healthy boundaries. In this group, Coach Sarah will:
- Guide you through key topics relevant to the way betrayal trauma impacts boundaries.
- Help you learn how to identify where you need boundaries put in to place.
- Teach you how to craft a boundary request.
- Guide you through the process of deciphering when a boundary is a “non-negotiable” or “deal-breaker” boundary.
- Work through the often most difficult aspect of boundaries – what to do when there is a “boundary violation”.
In each group coaching session, you’ll experience a safe place to voice your questions and receive feedback, validation, and encouragement – plus have reading and homework to maintain your momentum during the week.
"I worked the boundaries group with with Coach Sarah. This course specifically addresses setting boundaries for partners of sex addicts, but its principles are applicable in all areas of our lives. An intimate group of amazing women represented different stages of discovery and grief cycles. We came from various backgrounds and bonded together to find solutions to the challenges women face after the initial shock of disclosure -- when we are unable to make sense of reality. When I recognized that the feelings attached to the experience of trauma are universal in nature, but there are some unique, heightened and very personal pain-points around this particular addiction, I was able to sort out truth from fiction and find coping tools. Coach Sarah is instinctual and intuitive. She is unafraid to be flexible as the group congeals. This isn’t a cookie cutter group with an unmovable agenda – there isn’t one way to approach the challenge of boundaries. Sex addiction is real. Treat yourself to this healing experience. Transcend the past, move past the “crazy” and stand in your own truth in sisterhood."
"I just happened to find a BTR podcast in the midst of finding out my spouse had been lying and cheating - again - actually #6 that I know of. The deepest, darkest moment of my life. Words can't express how listening to the podcast truly saved my life and made me feel like there are others out there - I wasn't alone! The words of encouragement, education, support & knowing this situation is for real and I wasn't crazy was so comforting! After searching the BTR site, I noticed courses were offered that could help even further. At that moment, a Boundaries course was coming up within a few weeks. I decided NOW was the time and signed up with Coach Sarah. Words truly can't express how this experience helped in my life! I will miss my Tuesday evening meetings with Coach Sarah & the brave women that also enrolled in this course. Each story & experience shared from the others touched my life in so many ways! The encouragement, education, & knowledge received from Coach Sarah & our group will forever be a part of my life! I wish I would have found BTR sooner, but know it simply was in God's timing to bring this organization into my life! I look forward to continuing coaching & enrolling in future courses! Thank you BTR (Anne) & Coach Sarah for everything!"
"I was referred to Coach Sarah (and BTR) by my personal counselor. I didn't know what to expect, but from the first day, I could feel the support of other women and a great experience of Sarah. Women in our group were experiencing similar challenges, so it was easy to share with them and support them. It was a great source of healing for me. I highly recommend any BTR support group that Coach Sarah leads, because it helped me to feel much better during difficult times."