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Sex Addiction Has Become a "National Epidemic"

"Sex addiction" remains a controversial designation—often dismissed as a myth or providing talk-show punchlines thanks to high-profile [cases] such as … Tiger Woods. But compulsive sexual behavior … can systematically destroy a person's life much as addictions to alcohol or drugs ...

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