Many efforts to address the problem of sexual addiction tend to focus on either more commitment or repression of sexual desires. But these strategies do not work, and they diminish the meaning and beauty of sexuality.
In Grace and Sexuality, the author emphasizes that sexual desire should neither be indulged nor repressed. Rather, healing comes through grateful integration of sexual desire into our lives.
As we learn to accept our sexual desires and channel them with love, gratitude and respect, our passions can be rewired. This attitude of grateful integration can deliver us from needless shame for having a sexual nature and enable us to celebrate our freedom from guilt and enjoy our sexuality and closest relationships.
Grace and Sexuality
Mans Journey from Lust to Grateful Enjoyment