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'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.Cyber is a prefix or a noun that denotes to anything electronic, computer or Internet related, it has nothing to do with sex unless it is a part of the word "cybersex".Like anything that enhances your mood cycbersex can become addictive.That's where the problem really is, not in cybersex itself, but in the addictive process that sometimes occurs as a result.And yet, I've never experienced "personal neglect" nor "depression" as a result of this.
Online sex of ANY kind -- porn sites, swingers sites, adult chat rooms, personal ads in craigslist.com, phone sex -- is incredibly addictive and life altering.In those cases, there is absolutely no danger of STDs.I don't agree that cybersex leads to "depression" or "personal neglect" (you show no sources or evidence for this).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.
On the other hand, it is a ground for exploration, experimentation in the safe environment and learning for some. Which leads us to the conclusion that while safe in one area (STD's and pregnancy) cybersex can be dangerous in other (addiction and neglecting the sex activities away from computer). If your life is completely out of control, you might check out the Meadows programs at have several fantastic treatment facilities for all kinds of sexual addictions. I think there are many people who have cybersex that have no intention of ever meeting the person they're having cybersex with.Cybersex is pretty much the same thing as masturbation (which is normal, and healthy) except that it's slightly more fulfilling.