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At what point does sex become an addiction?
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Dr. Marilyn Vache
Psychiatry
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In brief: Interference with?
Behavioral or "process addictions" are not formally recognized or outlined by diagnostic criteria, but are recognizable when the behavior makes the person uncomfortable or interferes with other aspects of life.
Examples include hurting other people one is close to (stealing time from them, unfaithfulness, forcing sex on another) or putting one's job, finances, or health at risk.

In brief: Interference with?
Behavioral or "process addictions" are not formally recognized or outlined by diagnostic criteria, but are recognizable when the behavior makes the person uncomfortable or interferes with other aspects of life.
Examples include hurting other people one is close to (stealing time from them, unfaithfulness, forcing sex on another) or putting one's job, finances, or health at risk.
Dr. Marilyn Vache
Dr. Marilyn Vache
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