Adam admits he’s had sexual contact with multiple women throughout his marriage to Whitney, including exposing himself repeatedly to members of her family. He claims he’s a sex addict who has no control over his impulses.

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“Now, does that mean that what he’s doing is not self-destructive? No. It is self-destructive,” says Dr. Phil. “Does it mean it’s not change worthy? No. It is change worthy self-destructive behavior and I don’t believe he has a clue about what to do about it, how to attack this, how to get things where they need to be.”

When Dr. Phil refers Adam to The Gentle Path at the Meadows, which specializes men’s intimacy disorders, will he agree to go?

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unPHILtered: The Importance of Candor