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Phillips the addicted Philanderer and his Miracle Cure

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A new trend has popped up lately, and that trend is called Sex Addiction.

It seems that in today’s society people are no longer held accountable for their actions, even when that action includes having multiple affairs with young girls, humiliating your wife and children and embarassing the large company you represent.

Take a look at Steve Phillips, the former manager of the New York Mets and baseball analyst for ESPN, who was busted for having an affair with a young ESPN production assistant, resulting in immediate termination.  Instead of taking responsibility for his actions, manning up and acknowledging all the shame and public humiliation he has caused, instead he claims-wait for it- SEX ADDICTION!

Really Steve? You are gonna pull that card? So, let me get this straight,  you think that by claiming you are a sex addict we will all forgive your mishaps, understand that you lack complete self control and experience wild beast like urges when in contact with production assistant’s and you would rather choose sex with randoms over your family and friends?

I don’t think so pal.

I think this is the biggest cop-out I have heard in a really long time.  Yes, sex addicts do exist (Peter Cook) but just because you have an affair and ruin your family’s life does not a sex addict make, that is what we call stupidity.  It’s time that society stops making excuses for every single deed gone bad.  Some people are just a-holes and only think about themselves.  What’s next, rehab for people who only think about themselves and do bad things?  It’s time people start taking responsibility for their actions and learn to deal with the consequences.  Our society is morphing into this place where no one is held accountable for anything, blame is thrown around in every which way and excuse after excuse are laid out to get us off the hook.

I think it’s time we all take a step back and a take a look at the bigger picture and see the example we are setting for future generations.  Sex addiction can be a serious thing, when it is completely controlling and ruining your life, for some reason I have a hard time believing this was the case with Steve Phillips.

Man Up Buddy, you look ridiculous. 50006169

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