SHAME Part 3: The Signs of Sex Addiction

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22 Comments on "SHAME Part 3: The Signs of Sex Addiction"

  1. Norberto Litvinoff
    23/10/2014 at 6:19 am Permalink
  2. Norberto Litvinoff
    23/10/2014 at 6:51 am Permalink
  3. Savannah C
    23/10/2014 at 7:01 am Permalink

    Is love addiction same as sex addiction? I know is not the same, because
    with love addiction you don’t need sex but to be in love, but you only fall
    in love after you have intimacy, and cannot love without giving yourself.
    It’s weird. This movie impressed me, I probably know men like this, but not
    as bad as Fassbinder was which is rock bottom, but close, they quit for a
    month or two and then they are ready to have intimacy with strangers. But
    they do not think they have a problem.

  4. June oxford
    23/10/2014 at 7:58 am Permalink

    Ppl need to stop blaming things on addiction and just own up to the fact
    that they make decisions, also fassbender is a sexy beast

  5. terraLiquidus
    23/10/2014 at 8:13 am Permalink

    “Are we having fun yet”
    Perfectly put. I’m in recovery and dating a woman I picture spending my
    life with. We haven’t had sex yet and honestly I’m scared to. 

  6. KINGx_DROC _
    23/10/2014 at 8:39 am Permalink

    00:56 really?

  7. Georgi Bachvarov
    23/10/2014 at 9:29 am Permalink

    That Miles guy look just like Michael Fassbender

  8. laxale
    23/10/2014 at 10:13 am Permalink

    I’m sorry but then everybody i know specially my male friends are sexual
    addicts! Because almost every week they meet someone and have sex, they
    brag about it. It also depends on the culture and country. Most of the
    people i know watch porn. So i don’t get the diference between sexual
    addiction and having sex every weekend or sometimes in the week with
    diferent people. What is the diference? For example are pornstars sexual
    addicts?

  9. yanivs23
    23/10/2014 at 10:37 am Permalink

    just look at the video: women that have WAY LESS testosterone then man( THE
    BASIC HORMON that responsibilty of a lust for sex) talking about sex
    addiction.. women cant understand what it feels like to be inside a man
    body and have a penis.. they can live all their lives without orgasm, most
    of them.. we man have to deal with this challange that made man fall apart
    during history-that challenge that we face every day when we see a good
    looking women and we need to stop ourself from not immedeatly jumping on
    her and kiss her and touch her(our natural animalisitic needs which women
    just cant understand because they dont know what is feels like to be VISUAL
    as much as man). for man its easy—see a beautiful women—-END OF
    STORY—WANT SEX NOW. for women—–too compex—–need to talk, be
    emotional and running from our natural state of sexuallity which mean
    simplisity about sex. look at porn and prostitution industry—-MORE THEN
    90% OF THE COSTUMERS ARE MAN. man live in a challenging world.. not all BUT
    A LOT.

  10. Evan Kennedy
    23/10/2014 at 10:47 am Permalink
  11. Melvina Grace
    23/10/2014 at 11:46 am Permalink

    i think I need to be in a S.L.A.A . Because I am forever having bad
    relationships because I love to have sex with different men while i’m in a
    great relationship with someone. 

  12. daytripperarrabal
    23/10/2014 at 12:14 pm Permalink

    When I was 13, I loved to masturbate in public.

  13. hamdan bin muhammad
    23/10/2014 at 1:13 pm Permalink

    i don’t think sex is best thing to do it :(

  14. SUNBLESSED ATHENS
    23/10/2014 at 2:02 pm Permalink

    BEST FILM 2011

  15. iSkittles
    23/10/2014 at 2:27 pm Permalink

    god fassy is so fuckin’ hot 

  16. Paul Smith
    23/10/2014 at 2:58 pm Permalink

    i hope you all get made complete in Love at the end

  17. guillenbdn
    23/10/2014 at 3:27 pm Permalink

    Touching scientific masturbation.. (please don’t use this great movie as a
    simple representation of your clinical categories…)

  18. Ann Brown
    23/10/2014 at 4:26 pm Permalink

    “Porn and Your Husband: A FREE Recovery Guide for Wives”
    https://covenanteyes.com/affiliates/idevaffiliate.php?id=367&url=102

  19. MsTommyknocker
    23/10/2014 at 5:25 pm Permalink

    Filthy people

  20. Xbox Players United
    23/10/2014 at 5:39 pm Permalink

    O.o

  21. TheOnePav
    23/10/2014 at 6:28 pm Permalink

    Sexual addiction is, like any other addiction, a search for satisfaction.
    The need for this satisfaction being fulfilled is what leads us to find
    what we crave. The interesting thing is, all the sex in the world would not
    be enough for a sex addict; all the drugs and money would not be enough for
    those addicts either. We would be drinking from a broken well; always
    thirsty. The object of the addiction is just a temporary fix. Before anyone
    crucifies me (as freedom of expression is being eroded in this country for
    us Christians), this is what I have found that has brought me complete
    fulfillment and satisfaction. This is what has worked for me: only Christ
    satisfies. We were created as dependent of Him, and for as long as we run
    away from Him, we will always have an addiction to something that we
    believe can provide some sort of satisfaction. Jesus, a love for Him, for
    what is right, love of others (and thus respect, which removed my vision of
    women as simple sex objects) has filled my void. God knows what is best for
    me. God wants what is best for me. Everything and anyone else promising
    satisfaction is just a lie.
    I believe that is what is missing when humans try to fix humans on their
    own terms and understanding. It takes God’s love, and only His love, to
    fully satisfy.

  22. Ann Brown
    23/10/2014 at 7:13 pm Permalink

    Women and Porn Addiction & Cybersex? You are not alone…Get Free Resources…
    https://covenanteyes.com/affiliates/idevaffiliate.php?id=367&url=101
    It is not uncommon for women today to struggle with pornography and
    cybersex.

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