9 Ways to Know If Your Partner Is a Lovemaking Addict


9 Ways to Know If Your Partner Is a Lovemaking Addict

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A study performed by the Addiction Research Center of the University of Texas indicated that if you find your loved one regularly pays for various forms of lovemaking – whether on the phone, online, or in person – a lovemaking addiction could be right around the corner.

Serial Dating
Serial dating is another seemingly inconsequential behavior that can add up with the other seemingly inconsequential behaviors in this article to equal a possibly hidden problem. Dating equals lovemaking, and because lovemaking addicts often get bored quickly with their partners, if your loved one tends to date around a lot, this could be a another warning sign.

Lack of Lovemaking Causes Irritability
PsychCentral magazine recently featured a study by Michael Herkov, Ph.D, which showcased some of the signs of a lovemaking addiction. Near the top of the list was irritability associated with a lack of horizontal tango. If your loved one gets frustrated and annoyed when unable to engage in lovemaking, this could be a danger sign.

Dishonesty
Lying, or lying by omission, about lovemaking behavior can also be a sign of addiction. Many addicts lead double lives in order to hide their addictions, and if your partner’s stories seem questionable, there may be a problem. Dishonesty about daily activities or whereabouts can also be a sign that there is something wrong.

The Fact That You Are Reading this Article
Just the fact that you are here with us today could be an indication of a problem. Your instincts and feelings can be evidence of your brain subconsciously putting things together things that you haven’t even consciously realized yet. If you are suspicious of your loved one, there is probably a reason.

Recently, I had to confront a friend of mine who I had noticed was constantly sleeping with his coworkers. After talking with him in depth, he admitted that his life was spiraling out of control and we were able to get him the help he needed. Don’t be shy about talking to your partner if you are worried about his or her health.

 
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