MISUSE OF SEXUAL ADDICTION LABEL

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I’VE NOT WORKED W/ ANYONE’S FETISH, SO THIS WAS ENLIGHTENING–TX! (MY CAPS’RE FOR MY OLD EYES,NOT SHOUTING) I SURE AGREE RE “ADDICTION” BEING ATTACHED TO NON-CHEMICAL ISSUES–I GUESS THE PHYSICAL ADDICTION MODEL HELPS PEOPLE BY PROVIDING AN OVER-SIMPIFIED / INAPPROPRIATE LABEL THAT SEEMS TO MAKE THE PROBLEM UNDERSTANDABLE & MANAGEABLE. MAKING-UP A RECOGNIZABLE NAME FOR THE ISSUE CAN ALSO BE A CLINICAL &/OR MARKETING TOOL FOR THERAPY , & SELLING BOOKS , LECTURES, CD’S, ETC. DR BOB
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Exactly, Bob — it is definitely a useful label for marketing purposes … but over-simplified, as you say.
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