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PHOTOS: As Tiger Woods Seeks Sex Addiction Treatment His Wife Carries On Life As Usual

On the same day RadarOnline.com exclusively reported Tiger Woods is seeking treatment for sex addiction at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Hattiesburg, Miss., his wife, Elin Nordegren, was spotted taking their son, Charlie Axel, to the ‘My Gym’ children’s activity center in
Windermere, Florida.

PHOTOS: Elin Carries Charlie To The Gym

Enjoying the sunny Friday Florida weather, Elin looked happy and relaxed as she carried adorable little Charlie in her arms.

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As Tiger struggles to come to terms with his demons at one of the top treatment centers for sexual addiction in the nation, it seems Elin is carrying on life as normal – being a hands on loving mom.

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Dressed casually in rolled up “boyfriend” jeans, with a cap pulled down low on her head and large dark sunglasses, Elin still managed to display the natural beauty that must of captivated Tiger when he first met the Swedish model.

PHOTOS: Elin Looks Beautiful In Bikini

But that was a long time ago, and a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then. As RadarOnline.com previously reported Tiger has been linked to
affairs with at least a dozen women in recent months.

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The golf ace has not been spotted in public since his now infamous Thanksgiving altercation and car crash. Whereas Elin has been very visible, out and about with the children, hanging with her family and skiing the slopes of France over the holidays.

One other thing that is very visible is that Elin is still not wearing her engagement or wedding rings.

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As RadarOnline.com was first to report, Tiger is expected to spend around six weeks in treatment. According to the facility’s web site sex addicts receive a variety of treatments, including group therapy, cognitive behavior therapy and something called “shame reduction.”

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