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With one partner she made love for up to seven hours a day, but her desire was never satisfied. I lost my virginity at 15 and I met the father of my first two children, now aged 18 and 14, when I was 16. We’d make love every day, but as the years went by and I gave birth to our two kids, life took over.The 37-year-old, originally from Tadcaster, Yorkshire, lives with her partner Jean-Marc, 54, who is a farmer in the Vienne in western France. I was 24 when I decided I wanted to leave the marriage and I moved to France to live with mum.For the first six months we were having sex three times a day. I'm finally in a stable relationship, my moods are tempered, and I don't constantly crave sex.If I ever have anxiety issues, I talk them through with Jean-Marc – we’re getting married this summer.When I look back at that period of my life, I felt so lost.Sex addiction is a massively misunderstood medical condition and people can get help for it.By now my mental health had descended to such a state I was suffering from a severe bout of depression. I had a toddler under two with my new partner, as well as the older kids. Even though it was exhausting, he was thrilled – at first. We were having sex five times a day to satisfy my needs, yet it wasn’t enough. In the end I couldn’t risk going out and became a recluse.However, we didn’t have a place of our own and we were living with his parents. A year later I started seeing a psychiatrist for my depression.
Eventually I saw my doctor and was prescribed medication for anxiety.It was around then, in 2014, when my sex drive tipped over into addiction.But every minute I was awake I had obsessive thoughts about sex.According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists, four per cent of the population are sex addicts – and a quarter of them are women.In July this year, sex addiction was formally recognised as a mental health condition by the World Health Organisation, who defined the disorder as an inability to control intense sexual urges.