Tiger Woods, who hasn’t been seen since before his early morning car crash in November led to the emergence of countless women claiming to have had affairs with the married golfer, is holed up in a sex-rehab clinic in Hattiesburg, Miss. Radaronline.com posted photos of scruffy-faced Woods, taken by The National Enquirer, which are both owned by American Media, holding a coffee cup with a hooded sweatshirt over his head and shoulders. Woods is staying at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services’ facility called Gentle Path, the site reported. Television stations WJTV and WLBT, citing unnamed sources, confirmed that Woods is seeking treatment at the center, where security is tight and dark tarps have been placed upon wire fences, AFP reported.Poor Tiger… May he soon be cured of his nasty ho habit! SourceBenoit Denizet-Lewis, who penned a book on sex addiction, wrote this week on his blog that Woods was receiving treatment at the sex-rehab facility, where he spent time while working on the book. Clinic officials have refused to confirm to the television stations that Woods is there. ESPN also reported officials would not confirm Woods is a patient. The Enquirer reported that Woods entered the facility in late December in a bid to save his marriage. He thought the out-of-the-way location would make it tougher for the media to find him. His wife Elin demanded that he seek treatment or she would divorce him. Woods agreed, even though he thought he was OK. But he realized that going in for treatment may also help with his golf comeback, which is planned for spring, the Enquirer reported. Woods can expect some tough days at Gentle Path. Elin Woods will spend a week there with him, which includes something called “disclosure day” when the golfer will have to confess all his cheating to her. At the same time, however, Gentle Path apparently has made it as easy as possible for Woods. Patients clean their own rooms and attend group counseling but Woods was excused from both — he has maid service, the Enquirer said. “When Tiger enters one of the public areas, other patients have been told they have to leave the room,” a source told the Enquirer. Woods also allegedly spent about $100,000 renovating the cabin he’s staying in. The Gentle Path process works like this, according to the Enquirer: Patients fill out forms details their sexual history when they arrive. Then they’re grouped by their sexual problem. Days begin with breakfast and meditation, followed by spiritual work, “shame reduction,” lectures and counseling. During group sessions, a stop word is written on a blackboard to be used if anyone gets aroused by someone’s story. They’re given “urge cards” that explain what to do if they get the urge to resume their sex-addiction activities. The cards instruct them to take a breath, call a friend and recite the Serenity Prayer.
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Posted on January 20th, 2010 - By Bossip Staff