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Craig is a banker from Iowa who became addicted to adult chat rooms. I wasted hours looking for cybersex, finding the right cyberlover, and the right fantasy for the moment. Typing used to be great, but recently I started to phone sex making the sex part real and part fantasy. The real scary part for me is that I like cybersex better than having sex with my wife. Please help me understand why I find this virtual world so exciting.
Craig is a cybersex addict. Cybersex can be defined as sexual arousal using computer technology, especially by wearing virtual reality equipment or by exchanging messages with another person via the Internet. Cybersex comes in many forms, from online pornography, to adult chat rooms, webcam sex, wearable stimulators, haptics, and Occulus-style VR goggles.
Cybersex in any form offers a distraction to temporarily cope with negative thoughts or problems in your life, as the activity offers the ability to absorb oneself into the Internet and its various adult sites, giving you a means to relax and temporarily feel good about yourself. Over time, a fun habit develops into a compulsive obsession. At this stage, life becomes unmanageable as relationships or careers are jeopardized because of the compulsive behavior.
Longer periods of time are spent searching for new pornographic images or mingling in adult chat rooms. Cybersex no longer seems to be a voluntary act, but a sexual act that must be completed. Avoiding relapse is a common struggle for anyone in recovery, but the problem often seems compounded with cybersex addiction by the need to use the computer while in recovery from the addiction. The relapse process is especially difficult for the cybersex addict due to what I call the Stop-Start-Relapse Cycle.
The cycle is an internal dialogue that serves to maintain the compulsive behavior. How do you kick the cybersex habit when you need to be on the Internet and screens for work? As in food addiction, certain types of food trigger binge behavior. Recovery from food addiction is about relearning how to eat in order to make more informed and healthier food selections with success being measured through objective goals such as changes in caloric intake and weight loss.
To address cybersex addiction the same basic steps are applied. First, determine the Internet activities, situations, and emotions that are most likely to trigger net binges. Recovery means relearning how to use the Internet in order to make better choices about time is spent online with success being measured through objective, measurable time management goals and abstinence requirements that are achieved and maintained.
Goals should include a reduction in the of hours you spend online in total, the ability to maintain abstinence from adult online content, and an increase in other offline activities using these five steps. Do you have a problem with online sex addiction? Developed by the Center for Internet Addiction at Netaddiction. With this technology so widely available, more people have come to realize their initial curiosity has turned into an addiction. Tweets von "ieeessit".Free cyber sex chat at the library
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