“I Have Been With 150 Men In 6 Years” - SHOCKING STORY OF A SEX ADDICT

I’ve had 150 men in 6 years. I did it almost every day.. with strangers, even orgies. I lost my friends and family and I’ve NEVER been in love.

STUNNING Nicole Harrop is the kind of girl most men would love on their arm with her pretty face, big b**bs and curvy figure.

But any fella who takes her out needs to have plenty of stamina (that's right) and patience –
because she is a s*x ADDICT.

Nicole is 24 but has slept with more than 150 men – and women – since losing her virginity when she was 17.

This gorgeous woman has… BEDDED someone nearly every day and suffered heroin-style withdrawal symptoms when she went two weeks without s*x.

WORN OUT boyfriends with her rampant behaviour that included group s*x.

HORRIFIED easy-going flatmates with her wanton attitude.

DESTROYED relationships with family and lovers who hoped F̶̲̥̅̊☺R̶̲̥̅̊ something permanent.

NEVER been in love because she’s not with anyone long enough.
Nicole know her behaviour is abnormal and is now seeking help through a group called s*x Addicts Anonymous.

She told The People: “Everyone laughs when I say I’m a s*x addict but it has completely taken over my life.
“I wish I could have normal relationships but I can’t. My boyfriends like the fact that I’m highly-sexed at first but then it just becomes too much for them.

“If I can’t see them when I want s*x then I’ll go out and get it from the first man I can find. It’s like a drug and I can’t control it.”

Amazingly, Nicole had a strict upbringing with her parents. While her friends went to bars and clubs and shagged boys, the teenage schoolgirl was busy with her head in a book, studying for her exams.

Then she met her first boyfriend called Paul when she was 16. She waited for six months before having s*x but after that first time she couldn’t get enough.

Nicole, from Bristol, said: “My mum and dad didn’t want me messing up my studies so they were quite strict. “I was never allowed out to parties or out drinking.

Going to the cinema was a treat and I’d be picked up and dropped off by my dad.

“One night me and Paul went to a film but sneaked out to a nearby field and drank a bottle of wine.

“I remember being nervous, like most girls are, but thinking it was quite nice.

The next night I told my mum I was taking the dog for a walk and went to meet Paul in a park.
“I tied the dog to a tree, dragged Paul into the bushes and pounced on him. He was over the moon but this happened night after night and after a few months we split up.

“He felt that all I wanted from him was s*x. He was right really.” A year later, Nicole moved into a house with three other girls.
“I went wild,” she said. “In the first week I brought home three different guys. My housemates were horrified. They’d known me since school and thought I was a bit of a swot.

“This carried on for a year. I’d go clubbing a couple of times a week and it’d be a different guy every time. Plus I’d have a few ‘specials’ for s*x.

“My friends kept asking me what was wrong and why did I feel the need to sleep with so many men. They were worried about my reputation.

“I didn’t care. I’d just tell them, ‘You’re only young once – stop being boring.’ I practised safe s*x and I wasn’t sleeping with their boyfriends. I just saw it as fun.”

Nicole’s pals asked her to leave when she brought back a handsome stranger who stole one of her flatmate’s purses.

She said: “They all sat me down and said that they couldn’t have me living with them because they didn’t like the person I’d become and were scared of all the random men I was bringing home.

“I was furious. I just thought they were trying to spoil my fun. I packed my bags and found a new flat and that’s when I went completely wild. I’d go and find guys in bars on my own, flirt with them and in no time they’d be in my bed.”

Nicole didn’t care whether they were attractive. She said: “By the time I was about 21, anyone would do.”

Nicole was a care home assistant but decided to get a bar job so she could pull even more men.

“I was terrible,” she said. “I’d offer to give boys a lift home and end up in bed with them.
“One night, I went in the bar drinking. I had a reputation and three of the guys invited me back to theirs for a drink. I had s*x with all of them. We stayed up all night and the next day back at the bar as I served drinks they were Laughing. I had to leave because all the other girls hated me and that’s when I started to feel guilty about my behaviour.”

But that didn’t stop pretty Nicole who soon got another job in promotions. She made friends with another promo girl called Sarah almost as wild as her.
Nicole said: “She was s*x-mad for men but one night we ended up in bed together. It was my first experience with a woman and it was fantastic.

“The thought of going with a girl had never crossed my mind before. I always liked the feeling of power I had over men.

“But being with a woman was just as stimulating. I had climax after climax.” Then Nicole started visiting s*x clubs when back home. She carried on having one-night-stands, orgies and sleeping with guys between boyfriends until April this year when she had s*x in an alley with a “frumpy” cousin’s boyfriend at a family party.

That’s when her horrified parents found out about her lifestyle. Nicole said: “My sister told me unless I sorted my life out she didn’t want anything to do with me.” She decided to seek help and has attended s*x Addicts Anonymous meetings since June.

Nicole said: “I’ve got to take things one step at a time. Up until I met my new boyfriend six weeks ago, I still saw a few guys but I tried to limit it to once a week.

“Before I joined SAA the longest I went without s*x was two weeks. That was the longest two weeks of my life. I was frustrated and in deep despair.”

Nicole admits she’s never been in love. She said: “To be honest I’ve not been with a man long enough.” Now she hopes one day she can have a normal relationship.

She added: “I know it’s male fantasy to have a girlfriend who’s a s*x addict but in my experience they lose interest.

“And when I meet a man I want to settle down with, I’ll have to tell him what I’ve been through and that’s what I dread.”

Now, I do feel there are sex addicts out there, but due to some embedded mentality, and lack available organisations that could help these victims recover some level of sanity and improve psychologically, they (sex addicts) are branded with different names, some of which I can't even mention on this Blog.

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