Jason Ellis stopped by to catch up with Howard and said he'd recently divorced his wife because he knew he'd cheat. "I love her in-laws," Jason told Howard. "And I don't have any family. And they taught me how to be a father. I copy them and I copy my wife because I was raised by wolves so if I cheat and they all hate me, I ruin everything."
Jason said temptation reached a fever pitch through "the radio show and porn stars and people like that."
"I was like, 'It's just a matter of time,'" Jason explained.
He even relapsed and started drinking again. But his recovery just missed its mark. "The day I figured out my problem, I realized it's too late," he said.
Jason now speaks with a life coach four to five times a day and, to cope with his sex addiction, a sex therapist. "I know I can't drink. I know I can't smoke weed. And I know I can't get blowjobs from whores," he told Howard.