I've attended two different 12 step addiction recovery meeting focused on sexual addictions, both for over a year and half. I'm curios on your thoughts on them. I felt the benefit of community there, no doubt, but the pandemic prevented meetings from happening and now I've been questioning the benefit the had for me personally. So many times I felt like an outsider because the closest person in age to me was still 15-20 years older (I'm 25) and most of them had some heavy problems/experiences that it was almost unrelatable. Some were already on their third marriage, some kicked out of the house, some were arrested for trying to hire an undercover cop for sex and then bailed out by their wives, and some had even given STD's to their spouses. Meanwhile, I've only had one sexual partner, am younger than all of them, and really am just a guy who wants to stop looking at P and masturbating. Of course, most of them didn't care or think any less of me for having "fewer" issues than them and I'm definitely getting in my head about it. I loved the people there and felt genuine care for/from them. Just wondering if anyone has advice.