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Sex Addicts Anonymous Groups

Here is one of many "tests" to help you assess

if you a sex addict or not.  If you answer "yes"

to any of these questions, you should seek help:

Sex Addiction Screening:  Test #1

  1. Have you experienced difficulty resisting impulses to engage in sexual behaviors?
  2. Have you tried to stop, control, or reduce these behaviors?
  3. Have you thought of killing yourself because of your sexual behaviors?
  4. Have you experienced legal consequences due to your sexual behaviors?
  5. Do you spend large amounts of time trying to get sex or recover from being sexual?
  6. Do you ever feel anxious or irritable if you are unable to engage in sexual behaviors?
  7. Do you worry that others will find out about your sexual activities?
  8. Do you often find yourself preoccupied with sexual thoughts?
  9. Do you feel that your sexual behavior is not normal?
  10. Are you experiencing family problems as a result of your behaviors?  Type your paragraph here.


Sex Addiction Screening:  Test #3

Here is another of the many "tests" to help you assess  if you a sex addict or not.  If you answer "yes"

to any of these questions, you should seek help:

​The Sexual Addiction Screening Test (SAST) is an anonymous self-assessment that assists in the screening of sexually compulsive or addictive behavior.

© 2008, P. J. Carnes, Sexual Addiction Screening Test - Revised

Instructions:  Answer each question Yes or No for each question. Please respond to each item and answer honestly. Keep track of how many "yes" answers you have.

  1. Were you sexually abused as a child or adolescent?
  2. Did your parents have trouble with sexual behavior?
  3. Do you often find yourself preoccupied with sexual thoughts?
  4. Do you feel that your sexual behavior is not normal?
  5. Do you ever feel bad about your sexual behavior?
  6. Has your sexual behavior ever created problems for you and your family?
  7. Have you ever sought help for sexual behavior you did not like?
  8. Has anyone been hurt emotionally because of your sexual behavior?
  9. Are any of your sexual activities against the law?
  10. Have you made efforts to quit a type of sexual activity and failed?
  11. Do you hide some of your sexual behaviors from others?
  12. Have you attempted to stop some parts of your sexual activity?
  13. Have you felt degraded by your sexual behaviors?
  14. When you have sex, do you feel depressed afterwards?
  15. Do you feel controlled by your sexual desire?
  16. Have important parts of your life (such as job, family, friends, leisure activities) been neglected because you were                                   spending too much time on sex?
  17. Do you ever think your sexual desire is stronger than you are?
  18. Is sex almost all you think about?
  19. Has sex (or romantic fantasies) been a way for you to escape your problems?
  20. Has sex become the most important thing in your life?
  21. Are you in crisis over sexual matters?
  22. The internet has created sexual problems for me.
  23. I spend too much time online for sexual purposes.
  24. I have purchased services online for erotic purposes (sites for dating, pornography, fantasy and friend finder).
  25. I have used the internet to make romantic or erotic connections with people online.
  26. People in my life have been upset about my sexual activities online.
  27. I have attempted to stop my online sexual behaviors.
  28. I have subscribed to or regularly purchased or rented sexually explicit materials (magazines, videos, books or online pornography).
  29. I have been sexual with minors.
  30. I have spent considerable time and money on strip clubs, adult bookstores and movie houses.
  31. I have engaged prostitutes and escorts to satisfy my sexual needs.
  32. I have spent considerable time surfing pornography online.
  33. I have used magazines, videos or online pornography even when there was considerable risk of being caught by family members who would be upset by my behavior.
  34. I have regularly purchased romantic novels or sexually explicit magazines.
  35. I have stayed in romantic relationships after they became emotionally abusive.
  36. I have traded sex for money or gifts.
  37. I have maintained multiple romantic or sexual relationships at the same time.
  38. After sexually acting out, I sometimes refrain from all sex for a significant period.
  39. I have regularly engaged in sadomasochistic behavior.
  40. I visit sexual bath-houses, sex clubs or video/bookstores as part of my regular sexual activity.
  41. I have engaged in unsafe or “risky” sex even though I knew it could cause me harm.
  42. I have cruised public restrooms, rest areas or parks looking for sex with strangers.
  43. I believe casual or anonymous sex has kept me from having more long-term intimate relationships.
  44. My sexual behavior has put me at risk for arrest for lewd conduct or public indecency.
  45. I have been paid for sex.

Too many hotel rooms?  Secret liaisons?  Affairs?  Hours viewing porn?

Sex Addiction Screening:  Test #2

Here is another of the many "tests" to help you assess  if you a sex addict or not.  If you answer "yes"  to any of these questions, you should seek help:

  1. Do you keep secrets; about sexual or romantic activities from those important to you?  Do you lead a double life?
  2. Have your needs driven you to have sex in places or situations or with people you would not normally choose?
  3. Do you find yourself looking for sexually arousing articles or scenes in newspapers, magazines or other media?
  4. Do you find that romantic or sexual fantasies interfere with your relationships or prevent you from facing problems?
  5. Do you frequently want to get away from a sex partner after having sex?  Do you frequently feel remorse, shame or guilt after a sexual encounter?
  6. Do you feel shame about your body or your sexuality, such that you avoid touching your body or engaging in sexual relationships?  Do you fear that you have no sexual feelings, that you are asexual?
  7. Does each new relationship continue to have the same destructive patterns which prompted you to leave the last relationship?
  8. Is it taking more variety and frequency of sexual and romantic activities than previously to bring the same levels of excitement and relief?
  9. Have you been arrested or are you in danger of being arrested because of your practices of voyeurism, exhibitionism, prostitution, sex with minors, phone calls, etc.?
  10. Does your pursuit of sex or romantic relationships interfere with your spiritual beliefs or development?
  11. Do your sexual activities include the risk, threat, or reality of disease, pregnancy, coercion or violence?
  12. Has your sexual or romantic behavior ever left you feeling hopeless, alienated from others, or suicidal?