Q&A Should I Ask My Husband to Take the Sex Addiction Survey Test Again with Me Assisting?

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He took the test and scored below what is considered a sex addict. After taking the test myself, I believe he wasn’t truthful about some of the answers. He had a 4 year emotional and sexual affair that ended 9 months ago on DDay and a short, emotional affair 25 years ago that was disclosed 6 months later, this January. We’ve been married 38 years. I completed Harboring Hope, we are in EMS Online, and he has agreed to do Hope for Healing after that. He needs to see a therapist and even though the test doesn’t show he’s a sex addict, should he go ahead and look for one that treats it?



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