Documentation and Literature


  • An Introduction to Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous


    This pamphlet gives information about S.L.A.A. itself, the illness of sex and love addiction, and the recovery program, aimed at those who think that S.L.A.A. may be a fellowship worth considering for their own problems. Included are:

    • What is S.L.A.A.?
    • Why we Believe it is an Addiction
    • The Experience of Addiction
    • To Make a Beginning
    • The Road to Recovery

    The pamphlet may be of interest to everyone else who wants to know about our Fellowship.

    16 Pages, € 1.00 excl. postage, order # PAM-001. Order here.


The program of Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous makes use of various books. Here follows the basic text of Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (S.L.A.A.), approved by the Conference of our Fellowship. The two books of Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) are recommended literature.

  • Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, First Edition


    Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous is the basic text of the Fellowship. It comprises of eight chapters describing the program and its origin, and seventeen personal stories of addiction and recovery. The chapters are:

    1. Discovery of the Illness of Sex and Love Addiction: A Personal History
    2. The Beginning of Recovery and of Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
    3. Living with a Sex and Love Addict
    4. The Twelve Step Program: A Path to Sexual and Emotional Sobriety
    5. The Withdrawal Experience
    6. Finding, and Starting to Work with, Other Sex and Love Addicts
    7. Starting an S.L.A.A. Group
    8. Building Partnerships

    This text has the same content as the traditional book, now however with an impressed cover (the words are embossed, un-inked letters rather than printed).

    ISBN 0-9615701-1-3, 280 pages, € 18.00 excl. postage, order # BO-004. Order here.

  • Alcoholics Anonymous, Fourth Edition (“Big Book”)


    The Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous took its name from this book. Alcoholics Anonymous contains the experience of the more than one hundred men and women who had recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. The main objective of Alcoholics Anonymous is to show other alcoholics precisely how these pioneers had recovered. The core of the A.A. recovery program is found in the chapters 5-7. Here, concrete suggestions are done how to work the Twelve Steps. The Big Book, as the book is nicknamed, lies at the basis of all Twelve Step programs in existence.

    ISBN 1-893007-16-2, 568 pages. Available through A.A. groups in your area and also online (in English, Spanish and French).

  • Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (“12 & 12”)


    A few decades after the publication of the Big Book, Bill W., a co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, wrote Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. The first part of this book contains reflections on the Twelve Steps. The second part was entirely new; the Twelve Traditions apply to the life of the Fellowship itself. They outline the means by which it maintains its unity and relates itself to the world about it, the way it lives and grows. The principles of the Twelve Traditions are put into practice for the functioning of all anonymous Twelve Step fellowships, including Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous.

    ISBN 0-916856-01-1, 192 pages. Available through A.A. groups in your area.