Is My Partner A Sex Addict? 20 Questions…
1Does your partner spend a lot of “private” time on his computer, his phone, or at work?
2When you notice your partner is on the computer, does he turn it off or flip to another page?
3Does your partner hide his cell phone to avoid your detection of his phone calls or text messages?
4Has your partner’s demeanor changed?
5Is your partner acting differently by being more secretive, private, unreliable, critical, or irritable?
6Is your partner not as social as he used to be?
7Does your partner have unexplained absences?
8Do you feel like you just don’t get straight answers from your partner anymore?
9Are you experiencing a lack of connection and intimacy with your partner?
10Does your partner seem unavailable to you?
11Do you feel your partner is avoiding you?
12Does your partner seem “tuned out” or lost?
13Have the sexual interactions with your partner changed?
14Has your partner become uncharacteristically demanding or rough sexually?
15Does your partner require more stimulation sexually?
16Has your partner become unresponsive sexually and/or ceased initiating sex?
17Has your partner developed a preference for masturbation?
18Has your partner’s relationship to his body changed? Has he become overly concerned with his penis—with caring for, touching, adjusting his pants, or exposing his anatomy?
19Has money become an issue in your relationship? (If your partner is spending money on porn, prostitutes, or other illicit sexual activities there may be a lack of funds.)
20Is your partner sexually unfaithful? (Not every sexual betrayal is a sign of sexual addiction. However, if your partner is engaging sexually with another or others and is not stopping, even if he says he wants to, he probably has an issue with sexual compulsivity.)
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