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The More Responsibility A Man Has, The More Likely He Will Turn To Prostitutes

The recent U.S. Secret Service scandal is just the latest example of men freely destroying their careers by getting involved in prostitution scandals. Why is that? According to Michael Bader — a psychologist who's treated dozens of clients for prostitution addictions — the more responsibilities a person has in their daily work life, the more likely they'll turn to prostitutes to relieve the stress.
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