Some people have insatiable appetites when it comes to sex. This can be fun in the beginning of a relationship, however, with time, it becomes worrisome. Is sex addiction real? Yes! Do these addicts always own up to it? No! Some don’t even realize they have an addiction. They are so used to taking out their frustrations, anger, distress, guilt and even shame through compulsive sex.
No two individuals in a relationship have the same sex drive. Some can do with less (waaay less sex – which doesn’t make them frigid), while others can do with a lot more (which doesn’t make them freaks). Having differing sexual appetites doesn’t make you less compatible. It simply means is that you’ll need to work a little harder, or slower to have a mutually satisfying relationship.
This incessant need for mindless sex with random partners has ruined numerous relationships and driven others still to deterioration. Some people cover up their addiction to sex by cheating, lying and pretending to be otherwise. They prefer to string their partners along, rather than break things up or seek help for their issues. They leave a trail of broken hearts in their wake, with no care to come clean and be honest.