Psychotherapist James Dolan says that whenever someone mentions that he "might be a sex addict" or that her "husband/boyfriend/acquaintance is a sex addict," he often thinks, "And who isn't?" Where pleasure is involved, all humans have the potential for addiction. For lawyers, it's tempting to point the finger of blame at the stress of practice, but Dolan says it is his feeling that the sex-addict lawyer arrives at the firm fully formed and already addicted.
Understanding Sexual Addiction and Compulsion
June 4, 2012
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