Is Your Partner Addicted to Masturbation?

by admin on April 13, 2011

Addiction to masturbation is becoming a very serious issue. Hundreds of thousands of people have their lives upset by being addicted to masturbation. The worst part is that they often don’t even realize that they have a real problem. Not only does the addiction affect their lives, but it also affects the lives of their partners and spouses. If you’re in a relationship with someone who you suspect is addicted to masturbation, it’s time to take action.

There’s no need to jump to conclusions. Catching your partner masturbating one time isn’t necessarily a sign of an addiction to masturbation (although it may be). It’s important to approach this issue delicately. Even if your partner is suffering from an addiction to masturbation, they may not realize it. Approaching them aggressively will only cause them to pull away.

Before you take any action, you should take the time to consider all of the signs of pornography addiction and assess whether your partner really has a problem.

One sign of a potential problem is that your partner maintains a huge collection of pornography. While you should be careful about delving into your partner’s private computer or searching his or her closet, such action may be justified if your partner does have a masturbation problem.

It’s not only the amount, but also the type of pornography that is an issue. Masturbation addicts often rely on porn to get off, and they often end up resorting to increasingly extreme types of porn to get aroused. This can include things like violet pornography and extreme fetish porn. These things, as well as the sheer volume of porn, may be signs of a serious issue.

Another clear sign of a problem is that your partner has become less interested in sex. Masturbation addicts become so used to the immediate gratification of masturbation that regular sex starts to pale in comparison. If your partner’s sex drive has seemingly taken a dive, a masturbation addiction may be the culprit.  Don’t be afraid to voice this concern with your partner and see if the truth about their masturbation habits reveals itself.

Other signs of a masturbation habit include spending an excessive amount of time alone. If your partner is regularly closing him or herself away in the computer room or in the bedroom, they may be using that time to masturbate. Try to observe the frequency and duration of how long they spend doing this. You might even “accidently” walk in just to verify what’s going on for certain.

If you’ve put all the clues together and reached the conclusion that your partner is addicted to masturbation, you’d better make your move. This is going to be a difficult issue, but it can be overcome. The best thing to do is to have a system in place and ready to go before you even approach your partner. One example of such a program is the Healthy Sexuality System. This system will put you and your partner on the path to freedom with its highly effective sponsor program, known as the Mbuddy system.

 

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