A sex addicted mother was diagnosed with multiple STDs after having ‘constant and impulsive’ unprotected sex – even while pregnant.
Sex Addict At 15 Years Old
In an article with Daily Mail, 25 year old Monique Price says 10-year obsession nearly killed her – but she still wants intercourse six times a day with her fiancé.
She believes she has had sex over 1,000 times with more than 100 sexual partners and said she first became addicted to intercourse after having underage sex as a 15-year-old.
What Changed Her Life?
Price, from St. Charles, Missouri, has turned her life around when a one night stand with stranger Brandon Lamar Blu, 31, a forklift driver, turned into a proposal when he asked her to marry him.
“Sex addiction is like a drug addiction. You will do anything to get that hit and you don’t care how you get it or who you hurt along the way.”
“It is just this uncontrollable urge that takes over your whole mind and body. I didn’t realize what I was doing was dangerous because I was only thinking about myself. I was definitely a bad mother. I would put my children to sleep and then leave the house to have sex and wouldn’t come back for days.”
At age 15 she engaged in a group sex orgy with multiple different men – by pretending she was 18.
According to her interview, she would then sneak different men into the house when her parents weren’t home and regularly engaged in phone sex and sent naked videos and photos of herself to people online.
“Having the orgy was a new and wild experience to me and after that I became absolutely addicted to sex and needed it all the time.”
A Breaking Point
In October of 2016 when she met fiancé Brandon, also from Missouri, on a dating website. And eight months after the pair had a one night stand, he asked her to marry him in their hometown of St. Charles and promised to stand by her before the couple had a child together in July 2017.
And while Monique still battles the urge to have sex ‘at least six times a day’, she said Brandon has helped her break free from her sex addiction and instead focus on love, happiness and family.
The couple are now satisfied with having ‘romantic and loving’ sex sessions twice a week. ?? Wait what???
“He made me feel so safe and I fell in love with him straight away. He saved my life. I realized that he loved me because he wasn’t like any other man I had been with before. He actually cared about me and wanted to start a family with me.”
“Brandon kept begging me to give up my sex addiction before I got myself killed but at the time I didn’t see myself as a mother or wife material.”
“But he made me realise my mistakes and helped me take back control of my life. He helped me start going to sex addiction therapy groups which I still attend now. He looks after my other three kids like they were his own. We are a real family.”
Real more of Monique’s story at DailyMail.
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