- Do you often have sex, masturbate, or view pornography when you are bored, scared, depressed, anxious, or worried?
- Do you have one relationship after another or have you had numerous affairs?
- Is it difficult to stay in a relationship after the initial falling in love phase?
- Do you have trouble connecting to your partner without being sexual?
- Do sexual behaviors or fantasies, even with your spouse, have a negative impact on finances, relationships, jobs, or self care?
- Do you often use external stimuli to elevate your mood, such as; attention from others, texting, chat rooms, flirting, dating?
- Do you stay in relationships that are abusive or destructive so you don’t have to be alone?
- Do your sexual behaviors or thoughts conflict with you’re values or morales?
- Have you experienced abandonment by a parent, caregiver, or significant other?
- Have you been abused or neglected?
If you can answer "yes" to a number of these questions, it is worth considering if you struggle with sex or love addiction as a woman. If so, you do not have to feel hopeless. There is hope and help
for women who struggle.