There are many things within our culture that grab people and will not let it go. For extra information, consider glancing at: Often sex is one of them. Maybe that is the case for you or your spouse/partner.

Sexual addiction plays a prominent role in the 'I Can't Say No' sort of extra-marital affair I define in my E-book, 'Get Rid From the Affair.'

These questions are designed to help you become more conscious of some actions that probably suggest that gender has a hold on you. If you answer yes to three or more questions it probably is a good idea to have a closer look at the area of sex in your lifetime.

1) Do I have sex at inappropriate times, inappropriate areas and/or with all the wrong people?

2) Do I make promises to myself or rules for myself regarding my sexual conduct that I find I cannot follow?

3) Have I lost count of the number of sexual partners I have had in the past 3 years?

4) Do I've sex whatever the consequences (e.g. Identify more on this related encyclopedia by clicking the threat of being found, the chance of contracting herpes, gonorrhea, AIDS, etc.)?

5) Do I feel uneasy about my masturbation, the fantasies I take part in, the props I use, and/or the areas by which I do-it?

6) Do I feel jaded, exhausted, negative? Am I o-n the road to that?

7) Do I believe that my entire life is difficult because of my sexual behavior?

8) Do I've sex as a way to deal with o-r escape from life's dilemmas? DoI feel entitled to sex? Do I feel as though I've received sex?

9) Do I've a critical relationship threatened or damaged as a result of outside sex on my part?

1-0) Do I feel that my sexual life affects my spiritual life in a poor way?

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