"The internet clearly has a role in solicitation of risky sex partners". Clues that one may have a problem with cybersex addiction include, routinely spending significant amounts of time in chat rooms with the sole purpose of finding cybersex, hiding on-line chatting from their significant other, feeling guilt or shame about online use , and masturbating while online.It appears that men and women are using the Internet equally for "cybering".People assume that because they are with a person they know pretty well, they also know how their mate feels about these topics. Sit down with your husband to have this discussion.If he has sexual desires that he talks about with women online, then ask him to tell you what those are. Are there risks that you might be willing to take in terms of new behavior?People engaging in cybersex have a tendency to underestimate the importance and effect on their lives.Marriage counselors are now recognizing the importance of including issues of cybersex during marriage counseling.
Speaking of cybersex, there are lot of people that gets addicted to it. I don't know anything about your situation of course, but one place to start is to take the Great Sex Assessment and see if it gives you some insight into what might be going on with you.Potential areas of harm include: personal neglect, compulsive preoccupation with checking and clicking, depression, and marital discord.People who seek sex on the net often have real encounters.One of the relevant issues being considered is, ‘does cybersex represent infidelity? You are deepening the misunderstanding by using cyber or cybering instead of cybersex.' If the cyber world is your reality, I strongly urge you to seek out professional guidance. While "cyber" is often being used as an abbreviation for cybersex those two are not the sinonymes.