The organization notes that in addiction, the neurotransmitters and structure of the brain play an integral role and are affected by the addiction.Impairments in impulse control, judgment, and memory factor into addiction too.
The term is frequently used to describe the problem some people have when they act out sexually in ways they feel they cannot control, and which are detrimental to their health and relationships.A person who engages in what he or she may consider a normal, active sex life—such as having multiple partners, or engaging in a threesome—may be viewed as suffering from sexual addiction by someone else who views the situation through the lens of different values.Additionally, even behavioral health professionals do not agree if sexual addiction is truly an addiction or, rather, if the condition is better defined as a compulsive behavior.Their fear arousal was transferred to sexual arousal generated by the presence of an attractive woman.Another example of such transfer can occur when we watch certain movies: Our the anger toward the villain can easily turn into the arousal underlying happiness upon seeing the villain punished."The only thing that I know about make-up sex is that it works pretty well." A married woman "I am an expert in make-up sex and have done it so many times." A married woman "I feel more love during make-up sex because I know that no matter what happened, our love has survived it." A married woman "I've never had make-up sex in my whole life, despite a lot of fighting." A divorcee "Breakup sex is AMAZING!