How To Talk To A Sexually Addicted Partner
- Written by Joe Zychik
If he doesn't want to admit it.
The refusal to admit one's addiction is the first major obstacle every person faces when dealing with addiction.
But, once again, sex addiction is different. Since it's the most personal addiction, it's also the most sensitive addiction to talk about. I suggest that instead of you taking on the burden of getting your partner to admit he's sexually addicted, get him to read just three interviews on this website:
You especially want him to read . It will help him understand the terrible burden you are carrying because of his sex addiction. After he's read the interviews, get him to download all 48 chapters of The Most Personal Addiction for free so that he can get started with the process of getting his sex addiction stopped.
If he doesn't want to even read the interviews:
I suggest that you download and read all 48 chapters of The Most Personal Addiction. Don't be afraid to take lots and lots of notes. Then sit him down and take him through it chapter by chapter. If he refuses to go through the book with you, tell him, "If you're not willing to take my concerns seriously, maybe we should start talking about breaking up."
If he cares about you, he'll have a change of heart. But if he doesn't even make the effort to go through the book with you or do three simple interviews, it is possible that he does not truly care for you. The odds are he does care about you deeply and The Most Personal Addiction can help him show his love for you.
Questions that might be on your mind:
How can I help him deal with his sex addiction?
There are times he might feel discouraged or you might feel there's no hope. There is hope. He can overcome it.
Do I have any responsibility for his sex addiction problems?
I feel like he will never stop lying. Can he really stop lying?
Just about every partner enters counseling with the same feeling. The trust in your relationship can be rebuilt.
What should I do next?
Your most important goal is to get him to work with you to apply the advice in the free download of all 48 chapters of The Most Personal Addiction.
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