Do you find intimacy in that area as you access it. I do, in that — a person I can be intimate with is a person who I don’t have sex with, which is to say, Carrie Brownstein [his Portlandia partner].
So, today, I don’t have to worry about the phone or some stranger I hooked up with …
When you’re a man who likes to have sex with people and you get to a place in your life where you can do that more frequently, how the fuck are you not going to do that? When you want to be that type of adult that restrains himself or not, that’s a life choice Yes.
To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads. And through program stuff, I know that I can, there are ways every day that I can see the difference. So, you’re learning how not to act out and use people in that way? This struggle that I have [sex addiction], I don’t have a choice. And as long as I understand there is a struggle, that’s the part … Fred Armisen was on WTF with Marc Maron this week, and to be honest, this episode is not one I’d have normally listened to. the fantasy of this person from Mad Men, you know, great actress. I’m not a huge fan of Armisen, and I’m not particularly interested in his life (though, it was fascinating to learn that he was a drummer for Blue Man Group for two years). And the problem, and we’re talking about this relationship, but this is something that’s happened to me a million times. I have a problem with intimacy, where all of a sudden, there’s a real person there … It is like being starstruck, and I was getting to know the other people from the show and her and it was very, very exciting, and I only got caught up in that part of it. It’s a fascinating conversation, and it’s not going to translate well into print, because in print it’s going to make Armisen sound far more callous than he actually sounded on the podcast. At how little true work I would put into something. So, if you’re truly interested in why that short-lived marriage fell apart in under a year, I suggest you listen (the conversation picks up during the last 15 minutes of the podcast and runs for most of the rest of it). You can imagine why that might be “extremely traumatic and awful and horrible” for Moss, who had only been married to Armisen for about eight months before he was sleeping with other people. But, as Armisen suggests, it’s a compulsion, one for which he is seeking help.