Hey everyone, I'm looking for input from non-fiction enthusiasts really. When I was 21 I was diagnosed with a severe sex addiction, which I know is quite funny but it has been a struggle for the past 9 years or so. I won't bore anyone with the details, but I want to put my experiences into a non fiction book to help other people who might find themselves in a similar predicament cope. I've read a lot of books on the subject and none of them approach the subject with the comedic angle it deserves. Because, as bad as it is, I think joking about it could make for an interesting read. The closest I can think of something similar is in Russell Brand's first book when he tells of his experiences in a sex addiction rehabilitation center. One of the problems is that he didn't really have a message. He just talked about how he had to chastise himself and the things he wasn't allowed to do. However, I've had several experiences which have greatly impacted my life for the worse but was powerless to stop myself performing them (yeah, sleeping with twenty people at once is a chore, etc), but overall have taught me to how to cope. I don't want to discuss addiction in a straight up clinical sense but I want to relate how addiction influenced my choices and the lessons I've learnt from it. The problem is I'm struggling to find a coherent structure or narrative to it. Would it be detrimental to the overall message (or even offensive) if I labeled each chapter with a different woman's name? I was thinking of naming them something like Jennifer - My Daughter's Year 1 Teacher or Alison - The Spokeswoman Of My Sex Addiction Rehabilitation Group (both true stories, names changed though). Would this interest anyone? Would anyone read it for enjoyment rather than advice? Does anyone know any similar books? Would it be better to disguise it as a fiction book instead? Any input is appreciated.