Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn becoming a couple raises doubts whether former sex addicts can remain faithful to their partners. Addiction experts at Lavario confirm that it's possible and invite Tiger Woods to a new sex addiction therapy.
— Lavario, one of the world's largest supplier of self-help programs against sex addiction, announced yesterday of their invitation to Tiger Woods to undergo a new sex addiction therapy.
Frank Lavario, founder and spokesman of Lavario, said: "If Tiger Woods is really a sex addict and if he has undergone counseling in 2009, it would be highly recommendable to follow that up with additional counseling every other year. Mr. Woods would obviously be our guest and receive all documents and individual coaching for free. The content of the counseling would be treated with utmost confidentiality. Sex addicts have excellent chances to recover and remain faithful to their new partners. Lindsey Vonn looks like a wonderful person who deserves a faithful partner."
The couple has announced their relationship on Tiger Wood's Facebook page earlier this week. Lindsey Vonn has been injured and recovering from a knee surgery during the past few months. Tiger Woods and his former wife, Elin Nordegren, divorced in 2010 after the golfer confessed his sex addiction and extramarital affairs and despite the fact that he had undergone a sex addiction therapy in a specialized clinic.
If Tiger Woods accepted Lavario's proposal, he would receive ebooks, audio books and videos in addition to personal coaching via emails. He could undergo the treatment in the evening hours in parallel to his training and his tournaments.
Lavario's programs against sex addiction, gambling addiction and alcohol problems are distributed worldwide. Customers download all documents from the internet and remain completely anonymous.
Frank Lavario added: "Obviously, we cannot guarantee that Tiger will be a faithful partner. However, the chances to successfully overcome a sex addiction are excellent."
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