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Facing her second divorce as well as the end of an affair, she grew despondent and attempted to take her life by overdosing on prescription medication.
Awakening in the ICU, she at last understood what she had become: a sex addict.
At 30, and employed as a human-resources administrator in Phoenix, she had serially cheated on both her husbands—often with their subordinates and co-workers—logging anonymous hookups in fast-food-restaurant bathrooms, affairs with married men, and one-night stands too numerous to count. Not even after one man’s wife aimed a shotgun at her head while catching them in flagrante delicto.
Valerie called phone-sex chat lines and pored over online pornography, masturbating so compulsively that it wasn’t uncommon for her to choose her vibrator over going to work.
“Grandfathers getting caught with porn on their computers by grandkids, and grandkids sexting at 12.”In fact, some of the growth has been fueled by the digital revolution, which has revved up America’s carnal metabolism. log on to some 4.2 million pornographic websites, according to the Internet Filter Software Review.
Where previous generations had to risk public embarrassment at dirty bookstores and X-rated movie theaters, the Web has made pornography accessible, free, and anonymous. And though watching porn isn’t the same as seeking out real live sex, experts say the former can be a kind of gateway drug to the latter.“Not everyone who looks at a nude image is going to become a sex addict.
Reliable figures for the number of diagnosed sex addicts are difficult to come by, but the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, an education and sex-addiction treatment organization, estimates that between 3 and 5 percent of the U. population—or more than 9 million people—could meet the criteria for addiction.
Some 1,500 sex therapists treating compulsive behavior are practicing today, up from fewer than 100 a decade ago, say several researchers and clinicians, while dozens of rehabilitation centers now advertise treatment programs, up from just five or six in the same period. “Where it used to be 40- to 50-year-old men seeking treatment, now there are more females, adolescents, and senior citizens,” says Tami Ver Helst, vice president of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals.
“In order to soothe the loneliness and the fear of being unwanted, I was looking for love in all the wrong places,” she recalls.