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What is the true philosophy/psychology of sex addiction?
I personally think that people with that addiction do not and have not found someone "worthy" enough to satisfy them mentally, psychologically and intellectually enough to keep them from being driven to want more than "just sex." I don't think they see anyone fit enough to teach them or entice them to want to realize that there are intelligent people in the world if you just look. Also it probably is a low self-esteem. Nothing to actually share which leads to only finding instant stimulation which is fornication, to some, "the next best thing." I don't really know, you tell me.
Sexual energy is creative energy. It can be used for actual sex, or transmuted into creativity. Sexual addiction merely derives from not being properly trained in this process and/ or simple immaturity. Sexual energy is so widely misused and abused it's nearly impossible to draw distinct lines of appropriateness anymore. The best source for beginning to understand this can be found in a book called 'think and grow rich' by Napoleon Hill.
by R.Cochran6 years ago
Is sex addiction a real disorder? Or just an excuse created by psychologist for new patients?If you caught your spouse cheating and he/she tried to blame on sex addiction would you believe them or would you leave them?
by loveofnight4 years ago
Do you believe that sex addictions are real or an excuse ?
by Poppa Blues7 years ago
http://tvnz.co.nz/entertainment-news/he … on-3469797Apparently Hugh Heffner doesn't think so. He calls it an obsession! No sh it! Aren't we all obsessed with sex? It's just that all of us don't act on our...
by realtalk2472 years ago
Do you believe there is a such thing as sex addiction? Do you think this actually exists?When someone is caught cheating, violating the trust of their relationship, we come up with psychological terms such as sex...
by Chibuzo Melvin Mobis8 years ago
Addiction is a health problem, we all know that being addicted to a wrong life patten is destructive to one's health.People keep talking of addiction to alcohol,drugs etc yet there is the most delicate and dangerous...
by lovelylovergirl6 years ago
I read a biography of a particular Saint, Saint Mary of Egypt. She freely prostituted herself and often refused the money given to her. She preferred the sex rather than the money. My question, do sex addicts feel...
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