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Sympathy for the sex addict

Couples travel from around the world to visit Dr Pamela Kohll and start the process of rebuilding

By Anna Blundy  

Sitting in a cosy exposed-brick office with Manhattan roaring outside, I find myself staring at a large pot plant and moved to tears by the plight of… well, of Harvey Weinstein. Earlier the same day I would have bet pretty much anything on this never happening.

Couples come to Dr Pamela Kohll because one of them is a sex addict. Of course, it’s worth making the distinction between a sex addiction that stays within the boundaries of the law, and a sex abuser whose compulsions lead him to break laws. Clearly Weinstein…

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