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Are we all sex addicts?

I wonder to myself, I have a good job, a good life, a very hot gf and a great sex life (If she was a wg i guarantee most would pay at least £150 an hour) without a word of a lie and want more.

Why do I insist on paying for escorts who can be a hit or a miss, even when they are a hit 9.9 times out of 10 there is that lack of something.

So why do I do it? Are a lot of you in same boat?

Why do we take the chance on an EE paying £70, £80 per half hour,  who sucks us off for 9 secs with a rubber then uninterestingly bounce on our cock till they force us to empty our sacs. Do we need help?

Should we get a special on Jeremy Kyle to sort our heads out?

Offline Shagger69

It's strange how the sex drive can't be satisfied by having sex
Banning reason: Bombarding Admin with reports, complaining about Admin sleeping and not responding

Haha I know, I don't know how many punts I walk away from having shot my load and thinking that was not too bad but still craving going and fucking someone else. Having 2 punts in the one day, when you had sex night before from mrs and will get it next day or that night from mrs says there are problems.

Do we have a psychiatrist on here who will tell me why and question whether i was bottle fed or not?

Offline JazzMan

Banning reason: Slagging off membership

Sorry Jazzman

I'm definitely over-sexed

Definitely not under-loved... I am a bit of a legend

Offline galcom666

I don't see a problem with it, evolution made us this way.

What gets my goat is where people go for therapy for it. Wait wait wait, so you're paying £50-100 an hour to see a therapist for something which is completely normal and got humanity where it is not for better or worse for the last 1.5 million years?

Get outta here!

Offline Quesadilla

Do we have a psychiatrist on here who will tell me why and question whether i was bottle fed or not?
Not a psychiatrist but a bit mental!  :wacko:

At least, I've been to a sex therapist recently and this was a subject that came up. Not sure why.  :D

Firstly there's still debate about whether sex addiction is a real thing or not. The definition seems to be - if it's out of control or causing you a problem in your day-to-day affairs then you may have an addiction. E.g. causing you to lie, cheat, steal, or otherwise misbehave, risking your relationships / job, causing you financial problems etc.

Hmmmmm.....

So whether it be drink, drugs, food, gambling or sex all addictions have the same root.  Firstly it's all related to dopamine production which is part of your brains reward system. It's an evolutionary trait designed to ensure we do things that improve our chances of survival.  So food stimulates our brain's reward centre making us want to eat as it keeps us alive.  Sex is essential for reproduction and likewise stimulates dopamine production. 

Alcohol and many drugs unfortunately also stimulate the same areas, as does that rush when you win while gambling.

None of that in and of itself causes addiction though - many people of course eat food without becoming addicted, or have a few drinks, or put a few quid on the greyhounds.  Addictive behaviours tend to affect people who have difficulties with stress or uncomfortable emotions.  So when stressed some people instead of dealing with the stress go and hide behind some pleasurable behaviour as a kind of "self-soothing" mechanism. It's the ultimate "bury your head in the sand" response to life and it works very well for a while, but of course once you "come down" from whatever it was you are usually left with the same uncomfortable feelings and so the cycle starts again.

Only the problem is that dopamine production is not unlimited so after a while you find the same stimulation / behaviour does not bring the same pleasure so you have to do it more, or do something more intense.

If that sounds like you - it might be worth investing in some therapy.  It might be cheaper than the punting habit!

Frankly I can't say it helped me very much.  :lol:

« Last Edit: October 23, 2014, 11:09:36 PM by Quesadilla »
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Offline Tjkooker

Not a psychiatrist but a bit mental!  :wacko:

At least, I've been to a sex therapist recently and this was a subject that came up. Not sure why.  :D

Firstly there's still debate about whether sex addiction is a real thing or not. The definition seems to be - if it's out of control or causing you a problem in your day-to-day affairs then you may have an addiction. E.g. causing you to lie, cheat, steal, or otherwise misbehave, risking your relationships / job, causing you financial problems etc.

Hmmmmm.....

So whether it be drink, drugs, food, gambling or sex all addictions have the same root.  Firstly it's all related to dopamine production which is part of your brains reward system. It's an evolutionary trait designed to ensure we do things that improve our chances of survival.  So food stimulates our brain's reward centre making us want to eat as it keeps us alive.  Sex is essential for reproduction and likewise stimulates dopamine production. 

Alcohol and many drugs unfortunately also stimulate the same areas, as does that rush when you win while gambling.

None of that in and of itself causes addiction though - many people of course eat food without becoming addicted, or have a few drinks, or put a few quid on the greyhounds.  Addictive behaviours tend to affect people who have difficulties with stress or uncomfortable emotions.  So when stressed some people instead of dealing with the stress go and hide behind some pleasurable behaviour as a kind of "self-soothing" mechanism. It's the ultimate "bury your head in the sand" response to life and it works very well for a while, but of course once you "come down" from whatever it was you are usually left with the same uncomfortable feelings and so the cycle starts again.

Only the problem is that dopamine production is not unlimited so after a while you find the same stimulation / behaviour does not bring the same pleasure so you have to do it more, or do something more intense.

If that sounds like you - it might be worth investing in some therapy.  It might be cheaper than the punting habit!

Frankly I can't say it helped me very much.  :lol:

Too many words. My head hurts.
Banning reason: Outing and trolling a punter because he posted a negative about his favourite prossie. White-knight fluffy that pretends otherwise.

TJ

Do what I do with most books and erm porn vids... read the end

Says it all hahahha




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