Sex addict who slept with 700 men reveals she hit rock bottom

A reformed sex addict who slept with more than 700 men has revealed how she hit rock bottom when a partner turned violent during a gruesome encounter — and she’s on the run now Empowerment ‘Bootcamp’ To help others break their addiction.

Belinda ‘Love’ RaigearOne former Bachelor contestant, too, admitted that her wild lifestyle put pressure on her friendships as she would leave her partners at night so she could have casual sex — and even go as far as to hook up at her local supermarket. Tried that too.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Ms Raigear said her out-of-control addiction came to a head when one of these men became abusive, but later said she could not charge as she defended herself. That person was ‘scratched’.

“When he pushed me down the stairs and locked me in the garage, my eye went black and he thought I had broken a hand,” she recalls of that terrible night.

Reformed sex addict Belinda 'Love' Raigier (pictured), who slept with more than 700 men, reveals how she hit rock bottom when a partner turned violent during a gruesome encounter

Reformed sex addict Belinda ‘Love’ Raigier (pictured), who slept with more than 700 men, reveals how she hit rock bottom when a partner turned violent during a gruesome encounter

‘It was bad enough. I went to work and they sent me home. The police came and they said that because he had a scratch on his hand with my ring, when I tried to take him away from me, we could both go to jail for domestic violence,’ she said.

Ms Raigier said the incident marked a turning point and encouraged her to open up to her beliefs about love and sex as well as her feelings.

This journey inspired him to start his treatment Boot CampWhere she teaches self-esteem and how to establish healthy, respectful relationships.

Ms. Rigier, a former Bachelor contestant, said her wild lifestyle put pressure on their friendship as she would let her partners out at night so she could have casual sex

Ms. Rigier, a former Bachelor contestant, said her wild lifestyle put pressure on their friendship as she would let her partners out at night so she could have casual sex

‘That was my turning point. I thought, “I have to help myself.” That’s where the journey began, and it was a very quick turnaround. once you decide [to change]It happens very quickly.’

The TV star and sex educator embarked on counseling and self-development work to better understand the psychology behind her compulsive behavior.

‘Having a coach who called me out and held me accountable made me dig deep. I didn’t know I was addicted to sex until I healed my trauma.”

As she continued on her road to recovery, Ms. Raigier did some serious self-discovery as she worked through her complicated childhood and avoidant-attachment personality.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Ms Raigier said her out-of-control addiction came to a head when one of her teammates abused her, but later said she could not level the charges as she defended herself. While doing that person was 'scratch'.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Ms Raigier said her out-of-control addiction came to a head when one of her teammates abused her, but later said she could not level the charges as she defended herself. While doing that person was ‘scratch’.

Reflecting on her years of active addiction, she admitted that sex was “constantly top of my mind” even when she was in the supermarket.

‘I’ll go grocery shopping and think to myself, “Oh, I wonder if she’d be interested?” he said.

However, most of her conquests were men – and sometimes women – that she was found at night in bars and nightclubs.

Her tunnel vision sometimes annoyed her friends, because as soon as she decided to hook up, she would ‘ditch’ them while leaving the club.

‘I was never self-conscious. The minute I was out, I was like, “Where’s a hot guy?”

‘Sex is the only addiction I fell for because it was making me feel loved. What love was really lacking in my life.’

Reflecting on her years of active addiction, she admitted that sex was

Reflecting on her years of active addiction, she admitted that sex was “constantly top of my mind” even when she was in the supermarket. However, most of her conquests were men – and sometimes women – that she was found at night in bars and nightclubs. (Ms. Raigear, front row, center, is featured as a contestant on The Bachelor Australia)

Looking back on the way her life used to be, Ms Raigier said her biggest regret was being ‘the other woman in a relationship’.

She was a ‘twice mistress’ and at the time found the idea of ​​a man ‘ready to ruin his marriage to be with me’ quite thrilling.

‘It’s something I’m not proud of,’ she confessed, adding that these men usually leave their wives for ‘other reasons’.

‘When things are driving you so badly, you are willing to hurt other people. That was probably my lowest point,’ she said of these matters.

Looking back on the way her life used to be, Ms Raigier (pictured on The Bachelor Australia) said her biggest regret was being 'the other woman in a relationship'.

Looking back on the way her life used to be, Ms Raigier (pictured on The Bachelor Australia) said her biggest regret was being ‘the other woman in a relationship’.

One habit Ms Raigier has noticed in many people – and sex addicts in particular – is the belief that love is a ‘competition’ or ‘challenge’ that must be won.

This toxic attitude is one reason why she is so determined to continue her work of promoting healing and recovery – despite the trolling and hate mail she receives as a woman who speaks openly about her sexual addiction. Is.

“The judgment and trolling and hate you get to be honest about addiction is endless,” he said.

Her openness about her old life has encouraged men to send lewd pictures of her and ask for sex, and she often receives unwanted messages detailing her ‘truly unusual fantasies’.

For those struggling with sex or porn addiction, Ms. Raigier said it’s important to understand their flaws in character and relationship style.

Of the lessons she taught at her bootcamp, she said, ‘You have to heal the hurt, love yourself, understand your attachment style and the language of love.

She added, “The changes I have brought to the customers have been phenomenal.

‘They go from a place of “no one will ever love me, I’m ugly” to getting married and having kids within a year.

Ms Rygier (left, with a friend) now runs bootcamps to help clients transform 'order from trauma' so they can have healthy, respectful relationships

Ms Rygier (left, with a friend) now runs bootcamps to help clients transform ‘order from trauma’ so they can have healthy, respectful relationships

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