Jeff Bezos Caught Sexting: Why Smart Adults Sext

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By all accounts, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is a smart man to say the least.   He started Amazon in the garage of his Seattle home back in 1994 as an online book retailer which since then has become the world’s largest online retailer.  Along the way, it catapulted Bezos into the world’s richest man at an estimated net worth of $142 billion dollars.

Putting financial statements aside, he’s also just a man who puts his pants on one leg at a time, except when he needs to sext.  You may have heard about the recent imbroglio Bezos is caught in with the National Enquirer.  The Enquirer states it lawfully obtained salacious and sexual photos and messages that Bezos had previously sent to his reported girlfriend, former Los Angeles news anchor, Lauren Sanchez. Bezos is married to his wife, Mackenzie, of 25 years but recently announced they will be divorcing (sexting with someone other than your spouse can be harmful to your marriage). Continue Reading

Recovery from Problematic Sexual Behaviors: Taking Ownership & Responsibility

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In my years of treating both individuals and couples dealing with out-of-control sexual behaviors, it’s worth noting that there’s a significant difference in terms of healing and recovery for betrayed spouses when the offender takes ownership of his/her behaviors.

Some clients feel they’ve done so by apologizing profusely and promising never to engage in the sexual behaviors ever again.  While this is definitely needed, it’s often misplaced and comes prior to truly acknowledging how one has impacted the spouse.

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Same-Sex Attraction & Sex Addiction among Christians: The Triple Threat of Shame

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It’s shameful enough acknowledging your sex addiction. Now  combine that with your attraction to people of the same-sex within a Christian context and you have potentially shame so wide and deep that you fear being rejected on multiple fronts.

I’m privileged to work with those in this category who have found the courage to seek help and open up to their deepest fears and concerns with me as a fellow believer.

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