Recovery Starts with Knowledge

Am I a Sex Addict?

I might have a problem

If you think you have a problem please learn more about what the signs are and the process to recovery.

Is my partner a sex addict?

Is my partner a sex addict?

Sometimes people need help, if you think that your partner may need some help we can help with some initial questions you may have.

Does my child or teen have a problem?

Does my child or teen have a problem?

In todays world sex is all around us, see if their behavior is normal or if you should seek some help for them. Also see some of the digital tools there are to help limit access to sexual related content on the internet.

You can take your life back. The path to recovery starts here.

Should you seek help?

Curious if you may have an issue with sex addiction, including pornography?
If you answer “Yes” to 2 or more of these questions, it is recommended you speak with a trained therapist to explore your responses (click here to begin searching).

  • Do you often find yourself preoccupied with sexual thoughts? (Preoccupied)
  • Do you hide some of your sexual behavior from others? (Ashamed)
  • Have you ever sought help for sexual behavior you did not like? (Treatment)

  • Has anyone been hurt emotionally because of your sexual behavior? (Hurt others)
  • Do you feel controlled by your sexual desire? (Out of control)
  • When you have sex, do you feel depressed afterwards? (Sad)

Dr. Patrick Carnes developed this test, called PATHOS, to help quickly identify whether or not a person has problematic sexual behaviors.  For further information about sex addiction or to take a 45-question sex addiction screening test, click here.

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