They Died For Nothing Synopsis It's the end of the year. In a rare moment, Mistress Alisa decides to become a bit more personal about her own journey, in an attempt to help listeners embrace life, as opposed to being stuck in the past. One of the biggest struggles for sex addicts is running from the things that haunt them. Mistress Alisa talks about making choices that present more opportunities to live life to the fullest and that increases one's chances of finding true fulfillment.
You Have To Want To Change Synopsis Mistress Alisa talks to sex addicts about the difference between wanting change in their lives and wanting to actually do the work to affect change in their lives. This is more real talk for those who are on the journey to sex addiction recovery. If you feel stuck on your journey, then this might be just the message that you need to hear.
It Just Happened Synopsis Mistress Alisa challenges a deceptive mindset that prevents many men from embracing a healthy way of life that could ultimately lead to better relationships and significantly better sex lives. Listen up, guys! If you find yourself constantly in trouble, constantly behaving in an inappropriate manner (and trying to cover those things up), constantly doing things that have an immediate payoff, but that do not offer much fulfillment in the long-run, this episode is for you.
Sex Addiction Is Not A Game Synopsis NOTE: This episode is not for the faint of heart. Mistress Alisa digs deep and issues a heart-felt warning to those who make light of sex addiction. After years of having clients and potential clients play games with their lives, Mistress Alisa has decided to shine a light on the issue, in hopes that this important message will help someone who needs to hear it. Again, the overall tone of this episode is considerably heavier than what most listeners may be accustomed to.
Living Your Best Life Possible Synopsis Mistress Alisa revisits a familiar topic and helps listeners to push ahead with clarity and focus. She speaks directly into the life of the listener on sensitive topics and helps them to identify areas in their lives that may be holding them back. If you are tired of being stuck, and you are ready for change, this podcast is for you!
Men Who Play The Victim Card Synopsis Mistress Alisa addresses the ramifications of men embracing "the victim card" in order to avoid accepting responsibility for their own actions. She talks about what playing the victim card looks like and how doing so can negatively impact one's life and relationships.
Troubles In My Second Marriage A Request For Support In one of the sex addiction support groups that I belong to, a man posted, seeking support and accountability for the situation that he found himself. He had been struggling with an addiction of a sexual nature, which had played a role in the demise of his first marriage, and which was playing a role in creating problems in his second marriage. It became a relatively popular post, especially since there were so many that could relate to the details of his story. Having helped my clients to work through similar [...]
Knowing Who You Are Only You Can Identify Your Personal Truth In other articles, we have looked at the importance of knowing what you are fighting for. As necessary as that information is, it is also absolutely essential that you have a strong sense of self - in other words, that you know who you are. You need to know your fears, your triggers, your weaknesses. Doing the work required to get these types of answers requires quite a bit in terms of a personal commitment. And while it can help to have someone knowledgeable and trustworthy to assist you [...]
The Alpha Male and His Sex Addiction Profile of an Alpha Male A profile of an average alpha male who actively struggles with sex addiction might look something like this. He is likely to be: Powerful - able to alter the quality of life for other individuals Influential - able to convince people to do things that he wants them to do Entitled - has a sense of other people owing him something, usually with the mindset that he is more important than others Wealthy - has access to significant amounts of expendable income Selfish - thinks primarily about himself; [...]