Sexual addiction is a compulsive and progressive condition for many men and women. It cuts across people of all ages, economic conditions, racial ethnicity and religious backgrounds. Sexual addiction is characterized by a relentless search for sexual gratification without regard to consequences or personal safety. The addiction progresses gradually in stages during which time the addict becomes increasingly detached from friends, family and the real world. Ultimately, the addictive cycle ends with serious legal, financial or personal distress.
Do addicts have feelings?
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How can anyone fake that? They mean what they say in the moment because nothing exists beyond their sexual needs. But once those needs are satisfied, you lose your value and will quickly be discarded. Here are five signs to help you recognize the difference: He love-bombs.
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Five Signs You’ve Fallen For a Sex Addict
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What the Partner Experiences For the relationship partner of a sexual addict , it can be a painful process experiencing the powerlessness of the addict's out-of-control behavior. Whether the partner is male or female or the relationship is heterosexual, gay or lesbian, the dynamics are the same. That is, the partner may not know what the addict is involved in, but she does know something is amiss.