Woman with porn addiction delp - Oghosa Ovienrioba, the woman who has watched over 400.
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As a achild I was sexually abused. Due to this early introduction to sex and it's pleasures, I became a promiscuous girl. I lost my virginity at the tender age of 12. From when I lost my virginity until I met the man I married (I was 22), I had slept with over 100 men (and 1 woman). After we married, I craved sex daily and even had to masterbate to calm my sexual urges. I never cheated on him but sex was an issue. After 13 years of being with him, I found out that he's a perverted sicko and divorced him. We've only been divorced since April, but we seperated last April. Since the split, I have had sex with three other men and am always looking for the next flirt and possible sexual rendezvous. I don't want to go down this road again. Masterbation doesn't do much to help.........

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The current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders ( DSM-5 ) includes a new section for behavioral addictions, but includes only one disorder: pathological gambling . [15] One other behavioral addiction, Internet gaming disorder, appears in the conditions proposed for further study in DSM-5. [15] Psychiatrists cited a lack of research support for refusing to include other behavioral disorders at this time, [15] however, a 2015 review of the neuroscience/neuropsych studies on pornography users now calls for internet addiction to be included in the DSM with internet pornography addiction as a subtype. [16] [ unreliable medical source? ]

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The current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders ( DSM-5 ) includes a new section for behavioral addictions, but includes only one disorder: pathological gambling . [15] One other behavioral addiction, Internet gaming disorder, appears in the conditions proposed for further study in DSM-5. [15] Psychiatrists cited a lack of research support for refusing to include other behavioral disorders at this time, [15] however, a 2015 review of the neuroscience/neuropsych studies on pornography users now calls for internet addiction to be included in the DSM with internet pornography addiction as a subtype. [16] [ unreliable medical source? ]