Mother-Of-Three, Tells How Sex Addiction Ruined Her Life

Written by on May 5, 2018 in Entertainment, Media & Arts with 0 Comments

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By Iain Burns | DailyMail (MailOnline)

A mother-of-three has spoken of how sex took over her life, explaining: ‘Five times a day wasn't enough.'

Rebecca Barker said her relentless need for sex ruined her relationship and left her living the life of an ashamed ‘hermit'.

The 37-year-old, from Tadcaster in North Yorkshire, said her boyfriend initially ‘enjoyed the attention' but soon became suspicious about her constant desire for intimacy.

‘He accused me of having an affair – he thought I must have been feeling guilty about it and that's why I wanted sex with him,' she told the BBC.

Ms Barker said she became so self-conscious about her sex obsession that she struggled to be around other people, adding: ‘I stayed at home because I felt ashamed that it was all I could think about.'

She explained: ‘It was literally the first thing I thought about when I woke up, I just couldn't get it off my mind.'

Having sex would give her an ‘instant hit', she said, but within five minutes she would want more.


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