Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) is an organization made up of support groups with the mutual goal of helping people overcome sex addiction.
It is modeled after the traditions and steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and based on the principle that sex addiction is an illness.
An e-platform that will enable women employees of the central government to file sexual harassment complaints online is likely to be launched this month.
"We have worked vigorously in the last two-three years in this area.
And I thought maybe the second time around, I might feel more turned on.
Since we were both busy that weekend, we agreed to chat Sunday or so to make another plan.
I actually had quite a nice time--despite being in the throes of that nasty head cold, so that, by the end of the night, I had a nice pile of snotty cocktail napkins on the table, next to my glass. He was interesting, sweet, paid me a few really nice compliments in a way that didn't feel uncomfortable or corny, and I genuinely liked him A LOT as a person. At the end of the date, he asked if I'd be up for a second.
I said sure--because the prospective of hanging out again REALLY did seem nice.
An emotional betrayal can be even more damaging to a marriage than a physical one, said marriage counselor M.
It (platform) should be here this month," Gandhi, who was addressing heads of Internal Complaints Committees (ICC) of various ministries and departments, added.
The decision to host an online platform for sexual harassment cases was taken by the WCD ministry last October after the minister received complaints from women employees from various ministries.
We are going to launch an online platform where women can file sexual harassment-related complaints," Women and Child Development (WCD) Minister Maneka Gandhi told reporters on the sidelines of a workshop here.
"We have just been waiting for the NIC (National Information Centre) to establish it.