Thus, internet sex has been referred to as the "crack cocaine" of sex addiction.
Sexual addition is extremely destructive, both to the individual and to the marriage partner.
It’s Cybersex, and it has become the easiest way to cheat on your spouse. In fact, the Internet hookup has become so commonplace, it’s now considered as viable as any other venue to meet someone.
Chat rooms, interactive websites, blogging and public networking forums like Facebook have inadvertently invited strangers into many bedrooms.
Phone sex, sexting, instant messaging, chat rooms, live web cams, online dating sites, online virtual worlds, exchanging photos and live videos, not to mention Skype, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter—the list goes on.
Simply put, there's no end to the options for a partner who is motivated to engage in a non-physical sexual relationship without someone else outside of marriage.
“The only difference is at a bar you actually see and talk to a person in the flesh.
When you go on the Internet, you are getting a connection with a person in the machine.
Another problem with non-physical online relationships, phone sex and sexting is that there is no guarantee that the encounters will remain at a distance and that the two will never meet face to face. He was looking at porno, again,” reports a counseling client. The blue green glow of the computer made him look diseased.And it’s really a fantasy to have an affair on a machine.It is not real.” “That aspect fantasy might be why so many married people get lured into affairs online when that was not their original intent.Cyber cheating has rapidly grown to be a leading cause for divorce over the last decade Often, these activities start out innocently enough, but before long, the friendship becomes more flirtatious and eventually morphs into a full blown online relationship that takes an spouse's already waning attention away from his or her marriage.