Our expert says:
Absolutely, you can try looking for a local branch of sex addicts anonymous (contact any local drug rehab centre and they should have details for SAA or SLAA (sex & love addicts anonymous). ALso it would be important to get some professional help - this can be from a psychologist, psychiatrist, social worker, counsellor who is experienced in working with these sorts of issues. You could get a name through SAA/SLAA or from a substance addictions centre, as many have experience in working with sexual addiction too.
Whether or not sexual addiction 'exists' is a matter of contention, however, there are other people like you who have difficulties with sex and feel that their lives are becoming out of control. Given you seem to feel this way now, I strongly urge you to seek help before your behaviour does end up with life-altering consequences.
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