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Do you suspect that you need sex more than the average person?
Do you find yourself masturbating more than you feel is right, spending too much of your time on porn or too much of your money on phone sex or strip clubs, obsessing over certain types of sex, fetishes or fantasies? Are you searching for or engaging in high risk sex so often that it gets in the way of your everyday life? Do you have trouble taking responsibility for your sexual choices and behaviors? Do you feel “out of control,” sexually speaking?
Have you tried time and time again to stop your unmanageable, self-destructive sexual behavior and failed?
Has anyone ever called you a sex addict? Oversexed? Hypersexual? A love junkie? A porn addict? A nymphomaniac? A phone sex addict? Do you think they might be right? Do you need help understanding, coping, surrendering, coping, managing, gaining control or getting perspective?
Need to talk to someone about something you can’t talk about with anyone else?
You Can Talk To Us.
Unlike those hysterical anti-sex nuts out there who rush to call everyone whose sexuality they find objectionable a “sex addict,” the world-renowned telephone sex therapists of the Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences know the difference between a serious sex problem and a big, healthy erotic appetite.
We’re not too keen on labeling people as “sex addicts”–in part, because “sex addiction” is not a clearly defined psychological disorder, and much of what passes for “sex addiction treatment” is moralizing, judgmental, unscientific and harmful to the individual, the couple and society.
But if you or someone close to you has a real problem with sex, we can help you work your way through it towards a happy, sane sex life. Even if you don’t have a problem, you might have a question you need answered or an issue you’d like to explore. We are the experts in all matters of sex, love and libido. Anytime you need to talk, 24 hours a day, we are just a phone call away, and you can call us at 213.291.9497.
Recommended Reading: Sex Addiction by Susan Block, PhD