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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.
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.
In this case, it means removing all the bookmarks and favorites leading to these sites, adding filters that prohibit sexual material from getting through the browser, or possibly changing the entire Internet Service Provider (ISP) system to one that is family friendly.
I thought I would address some of the fundamentals regarding how the addiction is sustained by the addict, or what I call the “start-stop relapse cycle.” Eric is a 46-year-old computer programmer who described how hard it was for him to go “cold turkey” from cybersex during work. I feel comfortable there, and I typically find a good partner quickly.
I always think about cybersex when I feel stressed from work and overwhelmed on the job.
There are two basic principles to follow: Principle One: Learn to moderate legitimate use of the Internet.
Principle Two: Abstain from all contact with sexual material online.