The Number of people in the united states who suffer from sexual addiction, according to the american association for marriage and family therapy.

The Number of people in the united states who suffer from sexual addiction, according to the american association for marriage and family therapy.

Look, no one wants to be called an addict … especially a sex addict. It's too shaming. So, when you come into Molly's office, you won't be called that. It's not about the labels … it's about getting an understanding of why you engage in this compulsive behavior and how to stop it. 

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?

There are many symptoms of this intimacy disorder. If you feel like you or someone you know may have a problem, take this Quiz.

    WHAT ARE THE CAUSES?

    Research has found that those with compulsive behavior issues often come from dysfunctional families and are more likely than others to have suffered some form of abuse. One study found that 82 percent of those affected reported being sexually abused as children. They often describe their parents as rigid, distant and uncaring. These families are also more likely to be substance abusers. Research has also indicated that 80 percent of those managing this behavior report some type of addiction in their families of origin.

    THERE IS HOPE

    You may feel like there is no way to stop this behavior, but help is available and recovery is possible. Contact Molly today to learn more.