I’m obsessed with sex and worried that I’m a weirdo.

I visit my girlfriend for an evening of passion – and then nip into a strip club on my way home. I think nothing of paying for sex with one or two hotties at a time.

I speak to other women online – and then arrange to sleep with them whenever my girlfriend goes out. I’m sneaky and devious and hate myself for it.

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No female is out of bounds in my crazy world. I fancy anyone and everyone. I sit on the bus and imagine myself pleasuring the girls around me.

I go to work and fantasise about bonking everyone from my boss to the cleaning lady over my desk.

My mates call me The Vulture. They say that I can spot female prey a mile off.

They go nuts when I break away from them to chat up someone across a pub or bar.

Even when I’m asleep my dreams are filled with naked, romping couples.

My girlfriend thinks I’m a regular guy but my imagination is off the scale. Whenever we’re in bed together, I put on an act. I’m too ashamed to show my true self which is raw and sleazy. No amount of action is ever too much. And now a casual lover has become clingy and difficult.

She’s dumped her long-term partner and wants me all to herself. She’s demanding I ditch my girlfriend and dedicate myself solely to her. I feel as though I’m drowning.

JANE SAYS: Any kind of obsessive behaviour is worrying. Well done with admitting you have problem; now you need to seek help.

Your first call must be to your GP. You need to explain to him or her how your addiction to sex is affecting your life. This is not something that is making you happy and you’d like treatment, please. Check out Sex Addicts Anonymous (saauk.info).

You’re in a committed relationship and you put your unsuspecting girlfriend’s sexual health in danger every time you have sex with another woman. It is neither right nor fair.

She has to know what she’s dealing with because her health and happiness are at stake.

Sit her down and explain how much you respect her and how much she means to you. Tell her that you very much enjoy the intimacy and fun you enjoy together but she needs to understand you are not the person she thinks you are.

Say you fear you could be addicted to sex. Tell her about the late-night assig-nations, the hook-up apps and the other people.

Tell her you realise you have a serious problem but are now seeking professional help. The risk is that you may freak her out but she deserves some honesty.

As for the lover, you must be honest and set her free.

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