Is your spouse’s behavior a sign of their sex addiction? The suspicion may have been mounting for some time now. You now find yourself questing their comments, their late nights at the office or business trips, or perhaps, even the long hours they spend in front of a computer. Infidelity, or the suspicion of it, can break a marriage. Physically or online, infidelity could be a symptom of an even larger issue, sex addiction.

Dr. Michael Howard, founding Director of Healing Solutions Counseling Center in Charlotte, NC. Michael is a licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Addictions Specialist. Among his long list of qualifications Michael is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist & Supervisor with the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction. Michael has published two books: Pathways to Intimacy: Oneversations for Closeness- Creating a Marriage You Have Always Dreamed Of and Intimate Betrayal: Hope & Healing for Couples Recovering From Infidelity and Sexual Addition. To find out more about Dr. Michael Howard and Healing Solutions Counseling Center you can visit their website or call (704) 733-9700 for an appointment.

What used to require a secret trip to a shady newsstand and the risk of being spotted by a friend or neighbor is now just keyclicks away. With pornography becoming easier to obtain and less of a social stigma, has its presence become a stumbling-block in your relationship? Dr. Nicole Imbraguglio joins us to discuss the patterns and effects of pornography use in a marriage and the impact it has on both spouses, as well as how a couple can reconcile their feelings and behavior with one another.

Dr. Imbraguglio practices with Lepage Associates in Durham, NC and helps both adults and children with a wide range of emotional issues. She has provided counseling for individuals, groups, couples, and families. You can learn more about Nicole at