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  1. Liz

    I’ve been married to my husband for 19 1/2 years, the majority (if not all) of which involved an abusive sexual relationship. I truly appreciate the honesty and vulnerability required to write this. At one point, my husband recognized/admitted that he was(is) a sex addict but basically used that as an excuse “I’m addicted do I can’t help it. It’s not really my fault I do these things, it’s the addiction.” I do believe he is still a sex addict – one I have learned to stand up to a bit more – but now he has self diagnosed with OCD saying he really only has the obsessive trait of that mostly, with his obsession being sex. I don’t even know what to say to that. I truly appreciate this article, though, in that it helps me to know I am not alone of crazy in the emotions, thoughts and feelings this brings up in me.

  2. Anna

    Thank you to you and Cam for being so honest about this topic. I think the more we are honest about our lives the more we can truly connect to one another!! You guys rock!!

  3. Laurie

    WoW!. There are so many things in this that hit home with me. Thank you for being so honest and so open about things that are hard to talk about in our society.

      • Anthony Goode

        I am a man that has pretty much always had some kind of addiction to deal with. Mostly drugs or alcohol. After reading this article I realizethat Ihave not only been in denial of being a sex addict but also supporting the sexual slavery trade. As a father of a 13 year old girl who is beautiful just like her momma is. I have however always been attracted and intimate with my wife and i have never forced her to have sex when she didn’t want to but looking back I see that I made her feel like she wasn’t good enough. Thank you for opening my eyes.

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