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Sex Addiction Assessment
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Sexual Addiction Assessment
Do you have a sexual addiction?
These are just some general questions to assess the possibility that you might have a
problem with sexual addictions. If you answer YES to any or all of them, we encourage you
to consider contacting the counselors at Freedom2Change.
- Have sexual thoughts affected your ability to function properly at work or school?
- Do you struggle to control or stop your sexual thoughts and or behavior?
- Do you think about sex either more or less than you would like to?
- Do you feel that there is another person or force inside you that drives your sexually?
- Do you feel empty or shameful after having sexual fantasies or sexual activity?
- Do you use sexual thoughts and/or behaviors to deal with, deny, or avoid problems in
- Do you risk legal problems in order to be sexual?
- Do you think that your sexual abilities are the most important qualities you have to
- Do your sexual thoughts and/or behaviors interfere with your spiritual or religious
life? Do your sexual thoughts and/or behaviors cause you to believe that you do not
deserve to have religious or spiritual life?
- Have you lost or risked losing a job because of your sexual behaviors?
- Do you scan printed materials (novels, newspapers, magazines) or change channels on the
TV just to find something sexually stimulating?
- Do you spend time looking through windows, hoping you might see something that will be
- Have you destroyed a collection of pornographic material and then replaced it after
vowing never to purchase pornography again?
- Has an important relationship in your life ended because of you inability to stop being
sexual outside of that relationship?