Defensiveless

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Jason Martinkus

About Jason Martinkus

After sexual addiction almost took his life and his marriage, he began the recovery process and by the grace of God is now a free man. He was called out of the corporate world and into the ministry where today his personal mission is to help other men understand, prevent, and break free from sexual sin. As an EMB program director he speaks at events monthly, leads Sustained Victory groups, and trains leaders to help other men. Jason received his Masters Degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary and currently has a private practice in Denver, Colorado.

2 thoughts on “Defensiveless

  1. I agree defensiveness could be a sign of acting out but it also can be a sign of a person who has not accepted the mutual submissiveness needed in the marriage relationship. It also show the immaturity or hurt of the defensive person who doesn’t want to give up control most likely because of the wounds experienced at the hands of those who had control in their lives at a young age.

  2. Hi,
    I would like to inquire about more information on your work shops for men suffering with sexual addition and one on the wives u suffer from the pain and betral that comes along with it. Can u please email me any guidance u can on how to help us both work through this devastating addition.
    Thank u very much!
    God bless!
    Mrs. Bryan

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