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I am getting asked more about cybersex and online pornography addiction from therapists.It seems to be a growing problem in their practices.
• Relapse – The addict in recovery feels tempted to return to the computer during stressful or emotionally charged moments. They tell themselves that cybersex is the best way to relax and feel good about themselves. They remember how good cybersex felt both sexually and emotionally, and they forget how bad they felt afterwards.
I go a few weeks, then the pressure seems to build up inside. I wear myself down, and the whole process starts all over again and I feel defeated that I will never get rid of these feelings.
I play mind games with myself, telling myself just a little won’t hurt. The temptation is constantly there and relapse is just a click away.” Relapse is a common struggle for anyone in recovery, but the problem often seems compounded by the need to use the computer while in recovery from cybersexual addiction.
• Rationalization – Users will rationalize that cybersex serves as a “treat” from a long, hard day of work often making self-statements such as, “Just a few minutes won’t hurt,” “I can control my net use,” or “I am right here at the computer, what the heck?
” The user will try to justify the need to look at a few pictures or chat for a few minutes, but they soon discover that time slips by and the behavior is not so easily contained.
First, it is important to determine the Internet activities, situations, and emotions that are most likely to trigger net binges.