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A HOUSE INTERRUPTED: A Wife's Story of Recovering from Her Husband's Sex Addiction is a 2011 memoir and self-help book written by Maurita Corcoran and released by Gentle Path Press.
Fourteen years into her marriage, Corcoran’s husband, Brian, a physician, admitted he was a sex addict. As a result of couple's therapy, individual counseling and treatment, the couple, who are the parents of four, remain married. Throughout the process, Corcoran kept a journal and, in 2011, turned her diary entries into A House Interrupted.
The book is divided into three sections :
- Hell on Earth
- The Desert of Recovery
The book's publisher noted that Corcoran’s story “proves that women can emerge from the betrayal, anger, and heartache to become authentically peaceful and resilient sources of support to other women.”
Myrtle Beach Online wrote about the topic of sexual addiction, saying: "This is a problem that has probably existed as long as humankind but that is only recently gaining attention. Myrtle Beach’s own Maurita Corcoran is gaining national fame for her boldness in revealing her own experience as a survivor of an experience with a sex-addicted spouse in her book."
- ↑ Wellesley Townsman, “Wellesley native writes about husband’s sex addiction and her personal recovery,” January 6, 2012
- ↑ South Carolina Book Festival authors
- ↑ CNN Transcripts, "Dr. Drew," May 27, 2011
- ↑ Alternatives News Magazine "HGTC’s Annual Addiction Lecture Series Features TV Celebrity," January 17-12, 2011 edition
- ↑ 2012 Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Addiction and Recovery Lecture Series, February 23, 2012
- ↑ ‘’Psychology Today’’, “Should Parents Who Are Sex Addicts Tell Their Children?” June 1, 2011
- ↑ "CCU graduate gaining nationwide acclaim as author," Myrtle Beach Online (scroll down)
- Amazon.com book page
- Pubiisher’s book page
- Author’s website
- Arizona Republic, Book Signings, Maurita Corcoran: A House Interrupted, February 16, 2012
- Charleston City Paper, "The week's best free events, August 15–21, 2011"
- Boston Globe, "Off the Shelf," Greater Boston author readings Nov. 20-27, 2011
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