Sexual addiction is silently coming to light in today’s society. According to the National Council of Sexual Compulsivity 6%-8% Americans are sexual addicts, meaning 18-24 million people. Also, sexual addition affects more men than women. However, one in every six women is sexual addicts. Sexual addition is reported as individuals who cannot manage their lives due to this addiction. It can affect their families, relationships, job, finances, etc. There are several resources out there that sex addicts can benefit from.
Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Broadnax, Vashon and Smith, Brandi, "The Effects of Sexual Addiction [brochure and video]" (2010). Counseling Concepts and Applications for Student Affairs Professionals (CNS 577). Paper 13.