The book explains that "the sexaholic has taken himself or herself out of the whole context of what is right or wrong.
He or she has lost control, no longer has the power of choice, and is not free to stop." Unlike SLAA, which considers the AA Big Book as containing some outdated ideas and old-fashioned concepts, SA fully accepts and unabashedly encourages all AA General Conference-approved literature for use in SA meetings.
Howard was telling her she might be too young to be in the studio to see a woman get naked today.
He sang along to her news theme song about how she's gotten healthy and has triumphed over her weight.
Howard said Arnold made him look good in front of his girlfriend's mother when he showed up to that screening.
Robin said Arnold is going to be in Harlem today for some event.
As predictably expected, it contained the requisite crude humor (involving bodily fluids), disastrous sexual encounters, and obscenities but only a few tame hints of nudity.
Howard said he'd vote for Arnold if he had to choose.
Robin said the polls are showing that Californians are saying the same thing. Howard said he's supported Arnold over the years and he's not sure Arnold will do an interview with him anymore since he's running for governor.
Collectively these groups are referred to as "S" groups since all their acronyms begin with that letter: SA, SAA, SLAA, SCA, SRA.
SA helps recovering "sexaholics." According to the group, a sexaholic is someone for whom "lust has become an addiction." Thus SA distinguishes itself from other S groups by defining sexual sobriety as no sex with self or with partners other than their spouse.