Blog Posts2017-07-26T21:48:42+00:00

Thank you for visiting the Transformed Hearts blog that provides numerous articles to help support and encourage sex addicts, intimacy anorexics and their partners.  To learn more about sex addiction or intimacy anorexia, please peruse our website and blog at your leisure.

 

From Empathy to Enabling to Entitlement

In a previous blog, we looked at apathy, sympathy, codependency and empathy. However, the story continues. Continuing with the illustration of a well, let’s pick up where we the story left off. The next morning [...]

When Recovery Becomes…A Weapon

Over the years while helping others in their recovery, I have seen how recovery can be manipulated, turned, twisted, and weaponized. Knowledge, words, concepts, catchy phrases, lines, labels and even a clinical diagnosis can [...]

When Recovery Corrupts…the Recovered

Recently in one of my support groups, we discussed the topic of finding a sponsor as well as the importance of a group leader being genuine and humble, there to serve others and not [...]

By |September 18th, 2018|Categories: All Blogs, All Cory's Blogs, Codependency, Narcisissm, Support Groups|0 Comments

When you Marry as a Prostitute Don’t Expect a Faithful Prince

In the spirit of bashing and shaming men and keeping women as victims, I thought it necessary to address this topic, which I did some time ago in another blog entitled Victimized Women and [...]

By |September 11th, 2018|Categories: All Blogs, All Cory's Blogs, Intimacy Anorexia, Marriage, Sex Addiction|0 Comments

Cognitive Dissonance in Recovery Part II

“It is easier to fool people, than convince them that they have been fooled.” - Mark Twain In this blog, which is part II of Cognitive Dissonance in Recovery, we are going to look at [...]

Cognitive Dissonance in Recovery Part I

In this two-part blog, we are going to look at and begin to understand Cognitive Dissonance.  We are going to look at this through the lens of recovery and discover how it can help [...]

Narcissus, Echo, and Codependency

While treating sex addicts and their partners over the past decade, I have noticed an increase in partners attending their first session after much research stating they can diagnose their partner as a sex [...]

By |March 29th, 2018|Categories: All Blogs, All Cory's Blogs, Codependency, Narcisissm|0 Comments