Being in a relationship with a partner who is sexually addicted may seem like you are in a battle where your closest ally has betrayed you. Feeling angry, lost, alone, and hurt are only a few of the varied emotions often experienced. There is often a significant level of shame that the addict, and their partner find makes it difficult to reach out for help. A sex addiction intervention may be the answer needed in a situation where confusion reigns and direction is lacking.

The person who has an affair is not, by definition, a sex addict. A partner who has multiple affairs may be. The Sexual Recovery Institute lists the following behavioral signs of sexual addiction:

  • Compulsive masturbation
  • Impulsive, repetitive use of pornography, usually online but also in more traditional forms
  • A pattern of casual or anonymous sex, usually facilitated by hookup websites or apps
  • Multiple affairs or a pattern of brief “serial” relationships, usually facilitated by dating websites or apps
  • Repeated involvement with strip clubs, adult bookstores and other sex-focused environments, including online environments (virtual reality sex games, sexualized chat sites, etc.)
  • Engaging in prostitution and/or sensual massage (hiring or providing)
  • A pattern of having unprotected sex
  • Seeking out sexual experiences without considering the possible consequences
  • Misdemeanor sexual offenses such as voyeurism and exhibitionism
  • Compulsive use of smartphone cameras and webcams for sexual purposes (webcam sex, sexualized chat, sexting, etc.)

The Intervention Group stands ready to help you navigate this difficult and sensitive problem, assisting you to find the help that is required to find health and happiness again.

Being in a relationship with a partner who is sexually addicted may seem like you are in a battle where your closest ally has betrayed you. Feeling angry, lost, alone, and hurt are only a few of the varied emotions often experienced. There is often a significant level of shame that the addict, and their partner find makes it difficult to reach out for help. A sex addiction intervention may be the answer needed in a situation where confusion reigns and direction is lacking.

The person who has an affair is not, by definition, a sex addict. A partner who has multiple affairs may be. The Sexual Recovery Institute lists the following behavioral signs of sexual addiction:

  • Compulsive masturbation
  • Impulsive, repetitive use of pornography, usually online but also in more traditional forms
  • A pattern of casual or anonymous sex, usually facilitated by hookup websites or apps
  • Multiple affairs or a pattern of brief “serial” relationships, usually facilitated by dating websites or apps
  • Repeated involvement with strip clubs, adult bookstores and other sex-focused environments, including online environments (virtual reality sex games, sexualized chat sites, etc.)
  • Engaging in prostitution and/or sensual massage (hiring or providing)
  • A pattern of having unprotected sex
  • Seeking out sexual experiences without considering the possible consequences
  • Misdemeanor sexual offenses such as voyeurism and exhibitionism
  • Compulsive use of smartphone cameras and webcams for sexual purposes (webcam sex, sexualized chat, sexting, etc.)

The Intervention Group stands ready to help you navigate this difficult and sensitive problem, assisting you to find the help that is required to find health and happiness again.

Being in a relationship with a partner who is sexually addicted may seem like you are in a battle where your closest ally has betrayed you. Feeling angry, lost, alone, and hurt are only a few of the varied emotions often experienced. There is often a significant level of shame that the addict, and their partner find makes it difficult to reach out for help. A sex addiction intervention may be the answer needed in a situation where confusion reigns and direction is lacking.

The person who has an affair is not, by definition, a sex addict. A partner who has multiple affairs may be. The Sexual Recovery Institute lists the following behavioral signs of sexual addiction:

  • Compulsive masturbation
  • Impulsive, repetitive use of pornography, usually online but also in more traditional forms
  • A pattern of casual or anonymous sex, usually facilitated by hookup websites or apps
  • Multiple affairs or a pattern of brief “serial” relationships, usually facilitated by dating websites or apps
  • Repeated involvement with strip clubs, adult bookstores and other sex-focused environments, including online environments (virtual reality sex games, sexualized chat sites, etc.)
  • Engaging in prostitution and/or sensual massage (hiring or providing)
  • A pattern of having unprotected sex
  • Seeking out sexual experiences without considering the possible consequences
  • Misdemeanor sexual offenses such as voyeurism and exhibitionism
  • Compulsive use of smartphone cameras and webcams for sexual purposes (webcam sex, sexualized chat, sexting, etc.)

The Intervention Group stands ready to help you navigate this difficult and sensitive problem, assisting you to find the help that is required to find health and happiness again.