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"The meth user who is also a sex addict is either incredibly, highly motivated to make a change or there's nothing we can do in therapy," Earle says. "There has to be a reason the patient has enough motivation to come to us. They have to hit the bottom."
Randy did just that on that summer night long ago.
Now, Randy wants what Theresa has. She's in a committed, monogamous relationship, and is learning what is and isn't "appropriate sexual behavior" on a daily basis.
"What I want sex to be is a communion," Randy says. "I worry that I'll never feel an emotional attachment again.
"I worry that sex will be just," he pauses, "nothing."