Break Through Denial

Could I be Addicted? Could My Spouse be Addicted?

When to Seek Help?

Below is a list of some compulsive sexual behaviors:

  • Repeatedly using sexual or romantic obsession to avoid or medicate stress or other unpleasant feelings.
  • Engaging in random sex affairs or ongoing relationships that become destructive to the health and well being of one’s self and others.
  • Attempting to stop self-destructive obsessions and behaviors, ( i.e., phone sex, strip clubs, massage parlors, pornography, prostitutes, anonymous sex), but failing to do so, despite the risks or consequences.
  • Internet cruising for sexual material or anonymous conversation that causes a negative disruption of everyday life.
  • Increasing sexual and romantic activities because current level is no longer satisfying.
  • Experiencing mood swings created by the obsessive/compulsive pattern.
  • Spending a great deal of time obtaining, involved in, or recovering from sexual or romantic behavior.
  • Neglecting important social, occupational or recreational activities because of sexual or romantic behavior.

If you, your spouse, or someone you know identify with one or more of these behaviors they may need professional and peer support for recovery. Please contact Carol Conklin at 716.883.7713 to set up an appointment.


2 Responses so far.

  1. Penpal says:

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  2. Rahul says:

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