Problem Behavior Causes…Problems! Experts disagree on whether or not sex addiction should be considered a medical condition. Those who see sex addiction as a medical condition liken it to other recognized medical conditions such as gambling addiction or gaming disorder. Those who don’t see it as a medical condition argue that “sex addiction” is just […]
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A definition of what sex addiction is NOT and what are the preliminary treatment goals and objectives. See how sex addiction treatment must address the compulsive behavior as well as the underlying addictive process, here.
To understand whether or not you’re addicted to sex, symptoms require an evaluation of how compulsive sexual acitivty is, whether or not it’s harmful, and how sex affects your life. More from expert Dr. David Jacobs here.
Sex addicts can learn love and intimacy when they treat and heal past trauma. More here on emotions of love and the sex addict, as well as how expressions of love and attachment patterns manifest during sex addiction.
How does the brain operate during sex addiction?
Looking at women in a fixated kind of way can get in the way of your personal growth. In fact, “looking” at other women can be a sign of sexual compulsion. We explore what’s behind any compulsive sexual behavior here and how you can change looking at women here.
If you’re married and just found out your husband has problems with sex addiction, do you stay married or consider divorce? We examine options here.
There are ten (10) different types of sex addiction. Learn about sex addiction types, levels of consent, and the most common forms of sex addiction here.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually treansmitted infections (STIs), are infections that you get from having sex with someone who is already infected. We review the most common signs of STDs here to help you know when to seek medical help.
Moral overtones pervade discussions of nudity and sexuality in the United States. So is sexual behavior in public settings a sign of sexual addiction, or simply not accepted as anti-thematic to ideals of romantic love, monogamous relationships, and long-term commitments? We explore here.